Publication, Inclusive Soccer, Womens Innovative Network, Life Skills For French Speakers, Referrals, Youth Evalasting Seeds, Computer Classes, Summer Camp.
Inclusive Soccer


Inclusive Soccer is a new children’s soccer program based in Surrey designed to cater specifically for lower-income families and children with disabilities who cannot afford to pay for soccer training. The children will receive high standard coaching from certified coaches at free of charge but a membership fee per season is mandatory; all we ask for is commitment and hard work.

Age groups between 4 and 19 years old are welcome. We meet two days a week going through the fun activities for kids and quality soccer drills that will improve the level and knowledge of your child at an impressive rate. Teamwork activities are also included, and most of all, they will have fun.

Continuous program intake. Please contact us if you have any questions or feedback. Register Today! Call: 604-374-5830




Under the auspices of SHARP Employment Training, the program aims to improve the employability skills of enrolled participants by providing comprehensive training and wrap around work search strategies such as but not limited to: counselling, vocational and/or learning assessments, work experience, job search skills, mentorship, referral to community resources and post-project follow up.

Our specialized Employment Program for persons with disabilities will help you to find the job you love and also develop the skills you need to get work. Our employment specialist will support you to achieve integrated community-based employment, competitive wages, and benefits like other members of the community. Our pool of employers, qualified staff in-house will help you to develop a goal, plan, objective, and support needed to thrive as a person with disabilities.

If you would like to talk to someone at Baobab Inclusive Empowerment Society about Employment Services, please contact one of our Employment Specialist today



This is a female only discussion group led by a variety of speakers and guests in comfortable and informal settings. The group will engage in discussion of issues and also serve as a means of providing education in various important life skills by other women.

The goals and aims of this program are to provide opportunities to participants to learn new skills that will increase their confidence, abilities, and sense of connection to their community. Through this focus group, women would be empowered with the computer and technical skills, which shall lead to a self-sustaining initiative of their choice to support their families. The Women’s Innovative Network ( W.I.N) meets every Monday at 1:00pm-2: 30 pm at #1-10318 Whalley Blvd, V3T 4H4, Surrey.Use the online forms to register its simple!

The Women Innovative Network will help women to become knowledgeable and empowered specifically in the following areas:

  • Teenage Parenting
  • Education
  • Agriculture
  • Volunteering
  • Financial Literacy
  • Employment and transferable skills
  • Health
  • Small business start ups
  • Crisis resources for women
  • Arts and story telling
  • Community resources
  • Housing, settlement and government resources
  • Frienship and networking

Please contact us if you have any questions or feedback. Register Today!

Life Skills For French Speakers


This program will address the needs of new francophone vulnerable immigrants and refugees in our community. The focus will be on addressing literacy and life skills as a community concern. Clients in this program will learn about issues involving Canadian norms:

  • How to seek employment in BC
  • Accessing community resources
  • Housing opportunities
  • Health Information
  • Information about Education and Technology
  • Information on how to start a small business
  • Arts and cultural information
  • How to access government services and where to find help in our community

Another benefit of this program is the opportunity for meeting others in a similar situation and building a support network. The program rotates every last Friday of the month. Continuous program intake. Please contact us if you have any questions or feedback. Register Today! or Call : 604 585 6775



As part of our services to the community, clients would be referred or provided information of other service providers, government resources and other bigger mainstream services depending on their needs. You are welcome to visit our office Monday-Friday, 9:00 am-3: 00 pm if you have any questions, concerns or needs, related to our area of specialty.

Please contact us if you have any questions or feedback. Contact us at 604-374-5830 orĀ



FREE FOR ALL YOUTHS!!! The Youth Everlasting Seeds, program would support hard to reach youths who are new, with multiple-barriers or disabilities. Our intervention would focus on the most vulnerable youths who need support, access, training, employment and are willing to engage in activities which can foster their job readiness,reduce discrimination,improve their leadership skills, self-esteem, innovation, volunteering, artistic development, arts, computer knowledge, training and how to become active citizens. The youth program is driven by our youth committee made up of young dynamic individuals who are smart! These individuals serve as Career Adviser, Youth Coordinator, Information Officer, Education Consultant, Health Specialist and Project Coordinator. This committee also helps new and younger youths who join the group with support in any of the related areas of expertise listed above. Baobabs, Youth strategy is to use peer to peer support, information, collaboration, arts, media, education, and communication to deliver quality services!

Youths attending this program will learn and gain skills on the following:

  • Health- Disease Prevention
  • Arts and Digital Story Telling
  • Discrimination strategies
  • Education
  • Arts,culture and Media production
  • Employment
  • Crime Prevention
  • Volunteering and community involvement
  • Resources for youths
  • Housing, Cooking and Nutrition
  • Career Services, Free Food Safe, First Aid, Conflict Resolution Certifications delivered by the best professionals.
  • Leadership, sports and community engagement
  • Project Development
  • Research
  • Settlement and integration
  • Social Justice
  • Technology and computer skills
  • Build their public speaking skills and Self-esteem

The youth group meets three time a week Saturdays, 11-12:30, 12:45pm- 2:30 at Surrey City Centre Library 2 floor and 4 floor.. Interested youths can register at our office in person or call:604-374-5830

Please contact us if you have any questions or feedback. Register Today!

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Computer Classes


Tuesday at Surrey City Centre Library at 10350 University Surrey-BC is 12:30 – 1:30 pm for Computer Classes.

The computer Class is open to anyone in the community and starts with a small check by facilitators then participants can go ahead to work on the computer.Stations are available for the first 15 participants who come early. Participants can ask questions anytime during the classes.

As a participant you would learn the following:

  • What is a computer?
  • What is a hardware and Software?
  • What is a Cloud and Internet?
  • What is an email and how to get one?
  • What is a search engine and how to use them?
  • How to find resources online and how to create a proper Canadian resume?
  • What is social media and how can technology help you to find a job, network and literacy resources online?
  • What is a computer operating system and how important is technology today in our world?
  • And more….

Intake is continuous, use our online form or visit our location in person to register. Call 604-374-5830 for more information! Continuous program intake. Please contact us if you have any questions or feedback. Register Today!

Summer Camp


Our summer camp is meant to develop the capacity of youths and children in the community. The summer camp at Baobab, host more than 30 children and provide valuable work experience to youths! Call 604-374-5830. Camp Starts July and ends late August. Check our facebook or posters attached for more details. Registration is now in progress.