Funders

SARA appreciates the support of a number of grants from the Abbotsford Community Foundation including federal Emergency Community Support Funds during the pandemic.

SARA receives funding from the BC Housing to support our transition houses, second stage housing, and Extreme Weather Response and COVID shelters.

SARA received Emergency Community Support Funding from the federal government through the United Way of the Lower Mainland so that we could provide meals and hampers for women and children in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Fraser Health Authority supports SARA’s harm reduction and HIV programs.

SARA appreciates the support of a number of grants from the Mission Community Foundation including federal Emergency Community Support Funds during the pandemic.

SARA’s counselling and outreach programs are supported by the Ministry for Public Safety and the Solicitor General.

Our Pregnancy Outreach Program is supported by the Public Health Agency of Canada.

The United Way of the Lower Mainland provides SARA clients with bus tickets and menstrual supplies.

Partners

SARA is a proud partner of the City of Abbotsford.

the staff at SARA are represented by the BC Government and Services Employees Union in collective bargaining

SARA for Women is proud to be a member of the BC Nonprofit Housing Association

SARA has been a member of the BC Society of Transition Houses from way back when we were known as the Women’s Resource Society of the Fraser Valley

as an employer SARA is represented by the Community Social Services Employers Association in collective bargaining

SARA is a proud partner of the District of Mission

SARA for Women is a member of the Ending Violence Association of BC