Project Tiny Hope Calls for Alternatives


It is with disappointment we share the announcement that CMHC did not select Project Tiny Hope for a Rapid Housing Initiative grant.

“Although this is not the news we wanted, we are optimistic as we re-align our funding strategy to meet our goal of building affordable housing for youth at risk of homelessness, supports for women with young families, and connections for seniors living on their own.” – Lindsay Rice, YWCA Executive Director

Doug Tarry adds, “while we are disappointed with CMHC’s decision, we recognize it is a reflection of how great the need is for safe, efficient, affordable housing across the country. We look forward to engaging with our builder peers, suppliers and trades as we work towards realizing our vision of Tiny HOPE as a community-based project addressing these affordability challenges.” 

We will continue to fundraise and meet with donors, foundations, businesses, and all levels of government for contributions to our campaign.  Hope continues to drive our vision to make affordable housing a reality. 

Now more than ever we are calling to our community, local businesses and foundations for support!

Every dollar counts whether that be through a gift in-kind, third-party event, providing shares or stocks or through a corporate contribution. We are so grateful to the community for their ongoing support and proud to have so many generous donors.

Those interested in making a donation to help us reach our goal can visit Project Tiny Hope.

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