NOT ALL HEROES HAVE HOMES

The Homes For Heroes Foundation was developed in response to the growing number of military veterans who are facing crisis as they return to civilian life and find themselves on the path to homelessness.  As many as 5,000 veterans are homeless and living on the streets in Canada.  These veterans put their lives on the line to protect our freedoms and now they need, and deserve, our support.  With your help Homes For Heroes will provide them with housing along with the resources, services and training that will enable them to successfully transition back into civilian life.

HOW YOU CAN HELP

Your gift to Homes For Heroes will enable us to continue to build, equip and operate more tiny home villages for veterans across Canada. Each village will provide 5,000 to 9,000 bed-nights per year for veterans experiencing homelessness. With your support, veterans who are in crisis will have the breathing space they need to embark on the path to stability and self-sufficiency.

Homes For Heroes Foundation is a registered charity (#727544892RR0001). Tax receipts are issued for all donations over $20.

Online donations are accepted below through our PayPal portal, or through Canada Helps. Canada Helps will issue a tax receipt automatically and PayPal donations will receive a tax receipt within three weeks of receiving the donation.

Donations made by cheque can be sent to:

Homes for Heroes Foundation

Suite 900, 2424 – 4 Street SW
Calgary, AB T2S 2T4

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“It's a bigger problem than a lot of people realize. It's not just Joe Blow standing in front of Tim Hortons asking if you got any change. It's way bigger.”
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“Its a bigger problem than a lot of people realize. Its not just Joe Blow standing in front of Tim Hortons asking if you got any change. Its way bigger.”
https://www.cp24.com/news/covid-made-my-life-better-toronto-s-homeless-say-of-temporary-apartments-1.5050104

Under the leadership of Crystal Hartney, Facilitating Teacher for the Social Justice Club at Father Lacombe High School, students at the school recently undertook a fundraising campaign in support of Homes For Heroes Foundation.

The Social Justice Club began several years ago with a vision to engage our local youth, and to open their eyes to the injustices many people face around the world and at the local level. The Club first began when some students came forward with a vision to fundraise and build a school in South Sudan.

Our Director of Development, Cameron Diggon, met with Crystal at 908 ATCO Village to thank her and the members of the Father Lacombe Social Justice Club for all their hard work and generosity.
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Under the leadership of Crystal Hartney, Facilitating Teacher for the Social Justice Club at Father Lacombe High School, students at the school recently undertook a fundraising campaign in support of Homes For Heroes Foundation.

The Social Justice Club began several years ago with a vision to engage our local youth, and to open their eyes to the injustices many people face around the world and at the local level. The Club first began when some students came forward with a vision to fundraise and build a school in South Sudan.

Our Director of Development, Cameron Diggon, met with Crystal at 908 ATCO Village to thank her and the members of the Father Lacombe Social Justice Club for all their hard work and generosity.

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Wonderful to see our youth engaging in such worthy causes with the Social Justice Club. Well done and you are an inspiration to other students!

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