SFFCS Charity Review
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The Men and Women of the Surrey Fire Fighters Association are dedicated to saving lives and protecting property for the residents of the City of Surrey.
Surrey Fire Fighters' Charitable Society
Surrey Fire Fighters Charitable Society are thankful for the Mayor's Charity Ball proceeds

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Help the Surrey Fire Fighters Charitable Society provide programs that benefit the citizens of our community and to assist other organizations within our community that have similar goals and objectives by donating today!

Upcoming Events & Recent Media

SFFCS Media Series: Charity Overview

Video Summary of Surrey Fire Fighters Charitable Society Launched October 14, 2016 Learn what we do and how you can get involved in helping us strengthen Surrey BC. We aim to help those in need and provide financial assistance to other organizations who have similar goals as ours. For
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Mental Health Hockey Oct 21 2016

  On October 21, 2016 Surrey Local 1271 is hosting its 2nd Annual ‘Break the Ice’ Hockey Tournament aimed at increasing Mental Health awareness and removing the stigma surrounding mental illness. Please pass this on to your hockey team contacts. For more information, visit www.su
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SFFCS Video Series #4: Supporting Youth with Surrey Fire Fighters Programs

SUPPORTING YOUTH PROGRAMS BY SURREY FIRE FIGHTERS Launch Aug 30 2016  One of our main goals has been to help the youth within our community, to help them make the decisions that will lead them down the right path. The Surrey Fire Fighters’ Charitable Society puts so much focus o
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SFFCS Video Series 3: Mental Health & Addiction

July 29 2016 SUPPORTING MENTAL HEALTH & ADDICTION PROGRAMS IN SURREY. For many years, mental health has been avoided by many because of the stigma attached to it. It has become more and more apparent to us as first responders the severity of these issues. In our response to calls
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