We are making sure to fulfill our promise to the community that we would measure and share our achievements each year.
Our 2015 Annual Report is now out. A few highlights from this year's report:
• Since 2008, Streetohome has contributed nearly $29 million to supportive housing and homelessness prevention projects.
• In 2015, five new supportive housing buildings providing 441 homes officially opened: Kettle on Burrard (adults and youth with mental health issues); Taylor manor (adults with mental health and adductions); Kwayasut (Aboriginal adults and youth); 111 Princess (adults with more severe mental health and addictions challenges; and The Budzey (women-led families and their children).
• We have also committed funding for an additional 167 homes: Cause We Care House (single mothers and their children at risk of homelessness); 41 East Hastings (homeless couples); Fire Hall #5 (women escaping violence); Co:Here (homeless living in Grandview Woodlands neighbourhood).
• In 2015, Streetohome added two new Board members: Kevin Falcon, Executive Vice-President, Anthem Properties (former BC Minister of Finance/Deputy Premier, Minister of Health Services and Minister of Transportation); and Joanne Gassman, former Senior Vice-President, BMO.
• Streetohome is now focusing on Goal 2 in our 10-Year Strategic Plan, which involves developing a comprehensive approach to homelessness prevention that includes breaking the cycle of homelessness and helping individuals thrive.
Read Streetohome's 2015 Annual Report & Progress Report to learn more.
ANNUAL REPORTS ARCHIVE