Together, we can make a difference.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been historically challenging to our community’s most vital humanitarian and social support organizations. Shelters are struggling to provide services to those most in need, and children’s clubs are finding it difficult to keep their doors open while providing safety. Communities are challenged to remain united, and mental health is suffering across the board. But together, we can make a difference if we act fast.
We may strive to create beautiful buildings and vibrant places, but we realize that for many in our Community, life is fragile and challenging. We recognize our obligation to the broader concept of Community.
Please give generously and we will do the same.
During the months of April through June 2021, Hobin Architecture pledges to match new donations to four vital organizations in our community, up to a total of $10,000 per beneficiary.
Here’s how it works. Visit the links below to make your donation before June 30. Tell them you were referred by Hobin Architecture. Then, during the month of July, Hobin Architecture will make an equivalent donation (up to $10,000) to each charity.
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.
The Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa provides a safe, supportive place where children and youth experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, gain positive relationships, and confidence for life. Programs are offered for FREE at eleven locations across the Ottawa area.
MHI’s mission is to provide and promote safe, affordable housing. Hobin Architecture will double all donations for MHI’s annual Tulipathon walkathon, which benefits MHI’s rental subsidies program for low-income tenants.
Cornerstone Housing for Women promotes dignity and hope to vulnerable women in Ottawa through an emergency shelter and affordable permanent housing residences.
The Ottawa Mission is a charitable organization offering life‑changing hope and dignity through a wide range of programs and services to the city’s most vulnerable people.
Thanks to Ottawa Magazine and St. Joseph Communications for their generosity in providing print media to support this initiative.
Pictured above: The Haven, Multifaith Housing Initiative. Visit project page here.