May 9, 2013 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE A partnership of co-op and non-profit organizations led by the Co-operative Housing Federation of B.C. is bringing four City-owned sites under one roof to build new affordable housing. The partnership’s proposal will create 355 … Continued
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Office of the Mayor May 9, 2013 Vancouver – Mayor Gregor Robertson is urging City Council to support an innovative proposal for 355 new units of affordable rental housing on four City-owned sites, which would deliver on a key recommendation … Continued
City would offer land worth $22 million to consortium of non-profit partners on a 99-year lease BY DARAH HANSEN, VANCOUVER SUNMAY 10, 2013 Vancouver is on the verge of finalizing a unique land deal with a consortium of non-profit partners … Continued
5-Year Old Mielle van den Berg’s Gift Sweetens Lives Mielle van den Berg planned her fifth birthday to be an opportunity to help others. Instead of bringing presents to her party, young van den Berg told her friends she wanted … Continued
“Bricks & Mortar or Rent Subsidies? Future Directions in Affordable Housing” Click above to access the presentations from the Third Housing Forum, held May 2nd, 2012…
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“Bricks & Mortar or Rent Subsidies? Future Directions in Affordable Housing” – Tikva Housing and several other non-profit organizations held a Third Housing Forum
TIKVA HOUSING SOCIETY IS HOLDING IT’S AGM ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2012 IN THE JCC SENIOR’S LOUNGE. A full AGM package is available for download for attendees and society members unable to attend. All society and community members planning on … Continued
We know the list of charities approaching you is long and growing. We know that you have your own charitable priorities but we hope that this year you WILL consider THS as one of them. Your gift – whatever you are able to offer – WILL help us provide subsidized housing; WILL help those in the Jewish community bridge the gap between homelessness and poverty; WILL help them regain their strength and their self confidence to build a better life for themselves and their families.
It ALL starts with housing – together, we CAN make a difference – one home at a time.
VANCOUVER LEADS THE COUNTRY IN HIGHEST AVERAGE MONTHLY RENTS
Here are some of the latest apartment rental stats released by CMHC. The numbers are very compelling for why people in the Jewish Community are in need of help and assistance. Vancouver leads all major Canadian cities with highest average monthly rents (two-bedroom $1,237). The numbers don’t lie, nor does our growing list of people that need Tikva’s support.