We're on the ground - but we can't do it without you. Here are a few examples of how ACS was able to respond when people in our community were in crisis.Read More
On April 26, 2018, a devastating fire ripped through Lakeland Flowers in Abbotsford. 78 Mexican farmworkers lost everything - their home, their possessions and all of their documents. For many of them, it was the worst day of their lives. Thankfully, the community responded in an amazing way. Learn how Abbotsford Community Services was able to make a difference for one man in particular.Read More
Claudia and Jen made a match for life through our Community Connections program.Read More
By the age of 14, Harley had already faced criminal charges, experimented with hard drugs and dropped out of middle school.
Find out how he was able to turn his life around by finding his passion for music with the help of the In It Together anti-gang program.
In an amazing display of community, Abbotsford residents, organizations, churches, gurdwaras and businesses banded together to help the 75 farmworkers who lost their housing and most of their belongings on Thursday April 26th.Read More
On Thursday, May 24th, the graduates of the New Beginnings Young Parent program gathered to thank the community partners who helped them graduate in the midst of parenting at the annual Thank You Tea.Read More
Nicholas found success and happiness at home and school through his involvement with the YES program.Read More
Sharon, a now-retired RN, always new that she was interested in helping English language learners. Learn more about her experiences as a volunteer with the ACS Access2English program.Read More