Help us make your community stronger
CLBC Community Councils have a dynamic mission to encourage, inspire, lead and support inclusion and the participation of people with developmental disabilities in all aspects of the community where you live and work.
The Surrey Delta White Rock (SDWR) Community Council has partnered in events that bring awareness to inclusive employment practices, providing input into CLBC’s three-year employment strategy, conducting consultations to inform CLBC’s aging strategy, and contributing to improvements to CLBC’s system of supports, as well as the way it works with Councils.
Members include individuals with developmental disabilities, family members, professionals from service provider agencies and business and community leaders.
Interested in joining the Surrey Delta White Rock Community Council?
The SDWR Council is looking for new members to join as we strive to break down barriers associated with disability and help make a difference in the lives of the people CLBC serves in the Surrey, Delta and White Rock area.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact: SurreyDeltaWhiteRock@CLBCCommunityCouncils.ca
Upcoming Event! Inclusive Employer Awards Dinner – October 25, 2018 at the Surrey Arts Centre. More info and registration
Check back here for more news about recent and upcoming Surrey Delta White Rock Community Council activities.
- Community Council Fact Sheet – This one-pager provides information about the work of the SDWR Council, as well as information about how to join.
- Recruitment Ad – This one-page document invites new volunteers to become Community Council Members. It provides information about the role, and highlights key skills for potential members to possess.
- Community Council Banner – The 6′ by 2′ Council banner was developed for community events and can be carried, or attached to a table front.
- Ageing Parents and Caregiver Pamphlet – The SDWR Community Council, along with the Provincial Advisory Committee, provided input and assistance with developing this CLBC publication. The pamphlet has been developed as a safeguards resource to help inform aging parents/caregivers of the need to, and benefits of making a plan with their family member as they both age.
The Surrey Delta White Rock Community Council Meets on the fourth Wednesday of every month (except for July, August and December)
Location: #2017 – 7495 – 132nd Street, Surrey, B.C., V3W 1J8