Please join us join us to celebrate and congratulating the 2016 ROOPH Awards finalists. These awards celebrate the achievements of individuals and organizations who address affordable housing and homeless initiatives in Edmonton.
2016 ROOPH Finalists
Lynn Hannley,The Communitas Group
Ottewell Terrace Project, Rockliff Pierzchajlo Architects & Planners, GEF Seniors Housing, & Primrose Place Family Centre
Inner City Health and Wellness Program, Royal Alexandra Hospital
Gail Haynes, Housing Services,Canadian Mental Health Association Edmonton
Youth Empowerment and Support Services
Hilda Francis, Boyle Street Community Services
Outreach Housing team, Bissell Centre
Alberta Network of Public Housing Agencies
Ashley Caldwell, Property Manager, Fireside Property Group
Fireside Property Group
Award recipients will be announced at the luncheon.
When & Where
Homeward Trust Edmonton
Homeward Trust Edmonton is a not-for-profit organization that uses a community-based approach toward the goal of ending homelessness in Edmonton. Our primary role is to coordinate responses to housing needs by working together with local agencies and all orders of government.
Since 2001, we have:
- Provided more than $150 million in funding to 89 capital and more than 230 support projects
- Created more than 1,900 new housing units
- Housed more than 6,000 formerly homeless individuals through the Housing First support program