Tera Terra Helping Hands Society raises funds in order to be prepared for any crisis in our province of British Columbia. Tera Terra was able to contribute upwards of 3 tons worth of essentials to organizations such as Ik Sansar Foundation, Kirpa Collective, the City of Princeton, and 2 tons of sandbags towards BC Flood devastations. Cut off areas in British Columbia were reached via Helicopter and HWY transportation. Special thanks to our friends who volunteered their time and choppers to deliver to cut-off communities.
Tera Terra believes in honest earning and sharing with the less fortunate. We are proud to contribute to the amazing organizations below:
Spring 2022 we begin our reforestation project in the Okanagan.
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Tera Terra Society is a proud member of the Surrey Board of Trade. We thank Anita Huberman and the Sboft team for their support and mentorship.
Currently, we are working with Mayor Spencer Coyne and Maureen Parsley from ESS – Emergency Support Services in Princeton for the remediation stage. We were able to procure and deliver shovels, totes, N95 masks, shop vacs, and much more. This is going to be a continuous effort as many families are still displaced and suffering. Let’s come together as one community to help rebuild their lives with compassion and support. For more information, please contact us
We are excited to partner with Guru Nanak Food Bank and support food banks throughout Surrey BC. GNFB has been at the forefront of providing aid through-out British Columbia during the initial stages of the BC Flood Crisis ensuring essentials are delivered to cut-off areas by any means possible. After having opened their first location in Surrey BC, GNFB has recently opened their second location in Abbotsford, with plans of opening throughout Canada. For more information visit www.gnfb.ca
Tera Terra Helping Hands will continue to raise funds to aid emergency and homeless shelters for both men and women.
Every individual is unique, every community has a story. To best understand our cultures and history we must sit and discuss as friends. Reconciliation means building trust, having a deep understanding of history the willingness to understand a friends' needs. Today, we sat down with the Director of Research for the BC Metis Federation, Joe Desjarlais, and had an impactful and heartfelt discussion regarding implementing existing proven platforms for economic and social changes. We shared our history and culture realizing how common our communities truly are. Without proper education and trust, it would be difficult to build any kind of relationship. Today we are proud to extend our hands as one community to initiate a beautiful, lasting, and solid relationship between the Sikh Community and the Metis Federation.