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.

Donations made by cheque can be sent to:

Homes for Heroes Foundation
Suite 900, 2424 – 4 Street SW
Calgary, AB T2S 2T4

Homes For Heroes Foundation

Homes For Heroes Foundation

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Registered charity building tiny home communities with wrap around social supports services across Canada to end homelessness amongst Canadian military Veterans.

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"Estimates of the number of unhoused veterans vary greatly from government and civil society stakeholders, ranging from 2,400 to over 10,000. The nature of veteran homelessness makes it particularly challenging to quantify, as many veterans experience ‘hidden homelessness’, such as couch-surfing or living in vehicles. Many veterans seldom interact with services, such as shelters and food banks, which serve as the most common data collection sites." McGill University Max Bell School Master of Public Policy students Taylor Chase, Alison Clement, Sandrine Desforges and Anmol Gupta as part of the 2023 Policy Lab. www.h4hf.ca ... See MoreSee Less

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Estimates of the number of unhoused veterans vary greatly from government and civil society stakeholders, ranging from 2,400 to over 10,000. The nature of veteran homelessness makes it particularly challenging to quantify, as many veterans experience ‘hidden homelessness’, such as couch-surfing or living in vehicles. Many veterans seldom interact with services, such as shelters and food banks, which serve as the most common data collection sites. McGill University Max Bell School Master of Public Policy students Taylor Chase, Alison Clement, Sandrine Desforges and Anmol Gupta as part of the 2023 Policy Lab. www.h4hf.ca
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