Our 2014 Annual Report is now available on-line.
We hope you enjoy reading the report and we welcome your feedback. Read further for a few highlights from this year's Annual Report:
Congratulations to all our partners on the opening of 1249 Howe Street, a new housing building for those living with HIV/AIDS.
A new nine-storey supportive housing building officially opened on Vancouver’s bustling Broadway corridor on June 26.
Streetohome's Summer 2015 newsletter is now available on-line.
Streetohome board member Joanne Gassman received a lifetime achievement award from The Association of Women in Finance (AWF) in May.
Congratulations to Board Chair John McLernon who received a BC Community Achievement Award for his work in the community, in particular founding and stewarding Streetohome Foundation.
Once opposed to the Housing First model to help the homeless in his city, Medicine Hat Mayor Ted Clugston is now its biggest supporter. What turned him around?
Kettle on Burrard, a new 16-storey supportive housing building, officially opened its doors to the community on March 31.
Lloyd Craig, Streetohome Foundation Board Vice-Chair, helped celebrate the official opening of Taylor Manor with the City, BC Housing, and the Kettle Society on March 19.
This March 8th is International Women’s Day. It’s a day to celebrate the achievements of women, while bringing awareness for greater equality.
Vancouver would save $18,000 per year for each person given housing with support services
– CARMHA study