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If anyone knows the importance of a hand-up, it’s David (Divyesh) Gadhia, whose family fled from Uganda’s brutal regime in 1972 when he was 10.

When Heather and Lloyd Craig's lives intersected with homelessness more than 40 years ago, they had no idea it would become a lifelong preoccupation.

Penny Nardelli is accustomed to walking gently in the world, quietly leaving a big imprint in people’s lives through thoughtful and deliberate deeds.

The National Conference on Ending Homelessness comes to Vancouver this November 3 to November 5, 2014 at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre Hotel.

Every year Streetohome releases an annual report and report card to fulfill our promise to the community that we will measure and share our achievements each year.

Streetohome's latest newsletter is now out! Read it here.

On Saturday May 17th, The Kettle is hosting an inspirational Vancouver welcome for Olympian Clara Hughes as she bikes 12,000 km across Canada to build awareness, educate and raise funds for mental

Streetohome is proud to announce that our Board Chair John McLernon has been honored with a BC Community Achievement Award for his work in the community, in particular founding and stewarding Stree

The Mental Health Commission of Canada released the At Home/Chez Soi final report today on homelessness and mental illness.

On Thursday April 10th, McLaren Housing Society is hosting a Harmonies for Housing fundraiser, featuring three local music groups - Fraser Union, Solidarity Notes, and Quatro. Tickets are only