Inn from the Cold, partnering with HomeSpace Society, created Project Thrive; a campaign aimed at conversion of a vacant downtown office space into shelter and affordable housing for more than…
Since then we have expanded our programs to offer holistic and supportive services that help a family wherever they are on their housing journey to get them back on their…
In October, a new chapter unfolded where Inn from the Cold opened Calgary’s first Emergency Family Shelter, located in the heart of the Beltline community.
In the years following support grew with a number of inter-denominational churches, synagogues, mosques, community associations and organizations coming together to provide emergency shelter and resources for Calgarians experiencing homelessness.
St. Stephen’s Anglican Church opened its doors to provide shelter and hope to Calgary’s vulnerable families and others in need.
Volunteers from several local churches met to discuss how they could help.
The Inn began out of a community concern for the growing number of people facing homelessness during the bitterly cold winter.