We are so happy you’re here. Since you also believe that everyone deserves a safe, affordable place to call home, we invite you to explore our Grants and Resource Centre for the community housing sector.
We are constantly striving to make our resources and services more accessible and value any feedback you may have.
A study highlights the stark disparities in eviction filings across Toronto. Eviction filing rates were twice as high in low-income neighbourhoods. Toronto has a racialized eviction problem—and this even when controlling for things like poverty.
On Friday, May 15, the Centre’s executive director Stephan Corriveau joined Leilani Farha, former United Nations special rapporteur on adequate housing, and other experts to talk about housing, poverty and pandemic policies.
We are looking for an experienced strategist and communicator ready to take on the Development and Communication Executive Director role.
The Center was founded by a pan-Canadian network of organizations representing and responding to the needs of the community housing sector across the country. Our mission is to mobilize, network and increase the resources that will support the viability and growth of the community housing sector. Read the job description and apply here.
Too often over the past 25 years, official policies have prevented our sector from adequately responding to the challenges that society’s evolution brought to housing. The very real consequences of this inability have been the emergence of mass homelessness, a dramatic rise in rents and the spread of unbridled real estate speculation with disastrous social and financial consequences for the vast majority.
Tim is a nationally recognized non-profit, community, and co-operative housing policy advocate, with years of leadership experience in housing and homelessness. He is the founding President of the Centre and Executive Director of the Co-operative Housing Federation of Canada. CHF Canada is a national membership association of housing co-ops, representing over one thousand members, and home to over a quarter of a million people.
Sector Transformation Fund
Enhance the capacity of your local organisation to provide affordable housing in a better way.
Sectoral Impact Projects
Sector Transformation Fund
Develop new services, models or tools to help the sector build and manage affordable housing.
Community-Based Tenant Initiative Fund
Tenant engagement projects that aim to involve tenants in housing decisions that impact them and in defining services.
A space providing you with a range of resources and tools such as the Tool Kit, the portfolio of Projects Highlights funded by the Centre, the Self-assessment Tool and the Resource Inventory.
Everyone deserves a safe, affordable place to call home, but in reality, a decent home is out of reach for too many of us. Through transformation, the community housing sector can help meet housing needs now and in the future. Read more about our Strategic Plan.