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You Give, We Give 2024

March 22, 2024

Together, we can make a difference.

Hobin Architecture believes everyone deserves a safe place to live. This year, we are focusing on three organizations in our own community which provide critical housing and services to people in need. These charities need your generosity now more than ever. The important work they do is vital to our community and for many is a lifeline to a brighter future.

Rising food and energy prices are growing hurdles for charity groups who already operate on tight margins. And for these organizations, economic uncertainty has made planning a bleak and disheartening exercise.

But together, we can make a difference if we act fast.

Now in its fourth year, Hobin Architecture’s “You Give, We Give” campaign has matched $100,000 in donations to eight local charities:

  • Multifaith Housing Initiative
  • BGC Ottawa
  • The Ottawa Mission
  • Cornerstone Housing
  • SPAO
  • Ten Oaks Project
  • Centre 507
  • The Odawa Native Friendship Centre

Combined with our matched donations, the You Give, We Give program has generated over $500,000 while raising awareness of these important local charities.

Please give generously and we will do the same.

This spring, Hobin Architecture pledges to match new donations to three vital organizations in our community.

Here’s how it works. Visit the links below to make your first-time donation before July 1. Hobin Architecture will then make an equivalent donation to each charity, up to $40,000 in total.

This program is intended to stimulate new support for these organizations in need. Therefore, we are limiting the matching program to new donors. If you have donated before, please continue to do so—your financial support means the world to these organizations.

2024 Beneficiaries


Cornerstone Housing for Women

Cornerstone Housing for Women gives women in crisis, hope through healing and housing.


Since 2010, Matthew House Ottawa has welcomed hundreds of homeless refugee claimants, and provided quality used furniture to more than 20,000 people in need.


Daybreak Non-Profit Housing offers long term, minimal support living, in shared community-based homes to single men and women in need.


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