Welcome to the PH2H Task Force

The Peninsula Homeless to Housing Task Force began its work in 2007 as residents began to witness a rise of street homelessness in our community. Since that time we have been leaders to promote efforts to ensure all residents have safe and secure housing.  Our mission is:


To assist people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness on the South Surrey White Rock Peninsula to live in safe and appropriate housing


As an umbrella group  of service providers, congregations and interested individuals we hope to make effective connections and enhance collaboration of efforts to end homelessness in our community.


20/20/20 for 2020 Campaign

In our Peninsula community, 20% live in poverty, 20% of all households rent, 20% of renters need subsidized housing. What can we do for 2020?


How to help

PH2H is a volunteer driven organization which relies on the work and donations of time, services and/or money of residents and groups in the Semiahmoo Peninsula of South Surrey White Rock. Please get in touch with us at to find out how we can work together to end homelessness. 

Our upcoming meeting schedule:

Friday, Feb 4, 10am

Friday, Mar 4, 10am

Friday, April 1, 10am

Friday, May 6, 10am

Friday, June 3, 10am

Join the meeting via Zoom link here:


Past Events:

Federal Election All-Candidates Meeting

October, 9, 2019

Grace Point Community Church

3487 King George Blvd, Surrey


Civic All Candidates Meeting October 9, 2018

Holy Trinity Anglican Church


Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Luncheon and Presentation

Homeless Action Week

Keynote Speaker:

Tim Duckau CO: Here Housing 

A unique housing community created within the faith community.

Grace Point Community Church


Coldest Night of the Year

PH2H members participated in White Rock's  Coldest Night of the Year walk, February 24, 2018.  BCSOURCES raised over $75,000 in support of homeless prevention services.  Thank you to all who participated.  


All-Candidate Meeting

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Grace Point Community Church

Hon. Stephanie Cadieux and Tracy Redies  represented the BC Liberal Party.  Niovi Patsicakis and Jonathan Silviera represented the NDP.  Bill Marshall and Pascal Tremblay of the BC Green Party did not attend.   


12 Ideas for Affordable Housing

May 19, 2016

Grace Point Community Church

Michael Geller presented Canadian and international affordable housing ideas for Metro Vancouver. 


Land Development with a Social Lens: Homeless Action Week Public Forum 

Church congregations, non-profit societies and service groups struggle with the competing demands of pursuing social mission and meeting financial needs. Contact us for information from the forum.