For more information about the Foundation's Housing Grants, please visit the Pilot Projects page.
St. Mark’s Place Supportive Housing
A conversion of the former St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Kitchener, St. Mark’s Place will include 43 supportive affordable apartments; a mixture of studio and one-bedroom units. A full kitchen and community space will also be included to allow for tenant programming and support.
K-W Urban Native Wigwam Project’s 27-31 Cambridge Street Housing Project
This housing development, located at 27-31 Cambridge Street in Cambridge and managed by K-W Urban Native Wigwam Project, will provide 30 new homes for Indigenous people, including 16 units dedicated to Indigenous women and their children.
Supportive Housing Community Hub
In addition to providing ‘home’ to an additional 72 individuals with 24/7 supportive housing staff on-site, the Supportive Housing Community Hub will create places & spaces to build community, belonging, well-being and connection among the 150 residents living on House of Friendship’s housing campus on Charles, between Eby Village, Charles Village and the new Supportive Housing facility being built.
Safe Haven Youth Services Life Launch Expansion
This expansion project will increase the number of beds in the Life Launch program from 2 to 6. The project includes renovations and three years of additional operating revenue.
The redevelopment project at 97 Victoria St. will create 44 units of supportive, affordable housing, a new St. John’s Kitchen building and campus community hub, expanded medical and harm reduction services and a central community courtyard.