Pulse Cares About Our Community

Pulse FM is an independently owned and operated station in the South Fraser. We don’t answer to a parent company and we don’t have quotas to fill; when we find a cause in the community, we support it because we believe in it.

Whether it’s raising thousands for the local football team, helping fundraise for the local Terry Fox run, or just making sure our local kids have food at home

Pulse FM Cares!

Pulse FM helps support the  Starfish Pack Backpack Program. This program was created in response to teachers hearing the heartbroken stories of students coming to class Monday morning hungry, reporting that they had not eaten over the weekend.  the Abbotsford School District , has identified that 400 elementary school children are in need of food over the weekend. Now over 263 backpacks are packed with food and are going home with the students over the weekend from 22 different schools. You to can help support by donating, click here.

Pulse FM helped spread the word that Sullivan Heights Secondary School needed funds to start a football team. And, together we achieved the goal to have two football teams. Their first season was September 2018.
Pulse FM supports the Surrey Crime Prevention Society to help keep our community safe.  The Surrey Crime Prevention Society provides a variety of programs that support the goals and objectives of their community partners while enhancing community safety in the City of Surrey. They provide a range of services for both residents and businesses. They also attend community events and provide volunteer support throughout the year.
Pulse FM supports the Surrey Food Bank. The Surrey Food Bank provides food to families living in Surrey and North Delta.  They also connect their clients to other community services as a means of helping them become self-sufficient.  while enhancing community safety in the City of Surrey. They provide a range of services for both residents and businesses. They also attend community events and provide volunteer support throughout the year.