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Sources turns 40

Sources Community Resources Society (SOURCES) is celebrating a milestone birthday this week. January 26, 2018 will mark 40 years of providing help, hope and encouragement to our community.

To celebrate, SOURCES is launching an energetic new logo, designed by Surrey’s Thornley Creative Communications.

“The font is bolder and the birds are soaring ever higher,” said SOURCES CEO David Young. “To me, this symbolizes the growth in our capacity to provide important social wellness programs and services for individuals and families in need.”

SOURCES is also planning various celebrations in the multiple communities it serves, later this year.

Did you know…

  • In 1978, The White Rock-South Surrey Association for Services to Children and Their Families was incorporated
  • In 1981, The White Rock Coordinating Centre Society and the White Rock-South Surrey Association for Services to Children and their Families amalgamated into the White Rock Coordinating Centre Society
  • In 1987, the White Rock Coordinating Centre Society changed its name to Peace Arch Community Services Society
  • In 2010, Peace Arch Community Services Society changed its name to Sources Community Resources Society
  • In August 2011, the Gateway Society – Services for Persons with Autism, became part of Sources Community Resources Society, expanding our services to Delta, Prince George and the North.
  • In July 2013, the Newton Advocacy Group Society and the South Fraser Women’s Services Society both joined Sources Community Resources Society and strengthened our presence in Newton.
  • In January 2017, Cornerstone Care Society officially became a part of Sources Community Resources Society and helped expand our presence into Langley—and we are turning 40 years old in 2018.
We have much to celebrate and even more to be proud of—and we want EVERYONE to know that we’re not shy about turning 40.