CHF BC was a founding partner in the creation of The Community Housing Transformation Centre. Among other things, the Centre administers funding for co-ops and others to improve member (and tenant) engagement. This year’s funding period will soon end on March 31. Consider making an application under the Community-Based Tenant Initiative Fund.
The following comes from the Centre itself:
Would you like to:
The Community Housing Transformation Centre could help you achieve those goals by supporting your project through its Community-Based Tenant Initiative Fund (CBTIF).
The CBTIF hopes to contribute to the process of turning co-op members from residents to active participants in the democratic management of their co-op, and help them become agents of housing transformation in the community. We strive to create opportunities where co-op members, when trained in the basics of inclusion, governance, finance and other housing-related matters, can be actively involved in decisions that affect them. We believe that strong participation not only serves the co-op, but can help develop more and better community housing, improve housing programs and revitalize urban planning policies so that they take co-op members’ needs, hopes, and rights into consideration.
Have a look and get inspired by these approved CBTIF projects, led by community housing organization like yours right across the country : See other awarded projects.
Or contact Luc Labelle, Program manager at the Centre
Phone: 1-833-360-3967 #105