Housing Development and Property Management

Homeward Trust funds and coordinates the development of new housing for homeless, at-risk, and in-need populations. A Request for Proposals (RFP) is issued once or twice per year for capital projects, depending on available resources. Once the applications are reviewed internally by Homeward Trust staff, the Project Review Committee and the Indigenous Advisory Council offer feedback on each submission. Feedback from each committee is taken into consideration by the Board of Directors of Homeward Trust Edmonton when approving all capital funding Homeward Trust has supported the completion of nearly 91 developments spanning over 1,900 units.

As part of Homeward Trust’s ongoing commitment to ensuring that projects stay true to their intended purpose, monitors are conducted on an ongoing basis (every one to two years for housing developments). Homeward Trust now has nearly 91  completed developments, all of which are monitored.

Monitoring ensures that the original purpose of allocated funds are adhered to by the proponent. It also makes certain that the use of the building, the target population for the building, and the services and supports for the target group identified in the funding agreement are appropriate and meet the intended purpose and the needs.

Homeward Trust manages more than 90 units, providing housing for people in need. The largest section of its portfolio provides affordable housing for Indigenous families and individuals.

Homeward Trust has created a new company to hold and manage land acquired for future development.

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18 Unit Apartment Building


Proponent:
E4C

Homeward Trust Contribution:
$273,480

Alliance Manor


Proponent:
Capital Region Housing Corporation (CRHC)

Homeward Trust Contribution:
$2,400,000

Batoma Place


Proponent:
Batoma

Homeward Trust Contribution:
$976,760

Bear Paw Apartments


Proponent:
Boys and Girls Club of Edmonton

Homeward Trust Contribution:
$1,800,000

Cameron Avenue Co-Op


Proponent:
Communitas Group

Homeward Trust Contribution:
Phase II: $903,996 Phase II: $692,487

Canora Place


Proponent:
Jasper Place Health and Wellness Centre

Homeward Trust Contribution:
$1,800,000

Cunningham Place


Proponent:
Native Counselling Services of Alberta

Homeward Trust Contribution:
$2,674,564.95

Eastwood North


Proponent:
Edmonton Inner City Housing Society (EICHS)

Homeward Trust Contribution:
$2,343,350

Edward Street


Proponent:
Canadian Mental Health Association

Homeward Trust Contribution:
$4,051,562

Edwardson Place


Proponent:
Capital Region Housing Corporation

Homeward Trust Contribution:
$414,700

Elizabeth House


Proponent:
E4C

Homeward Trust Contribution:
$400,000 and an additional $53,328 in support funding

Four Duplex Project


Proponent:
UMISK Affordable Housing Society

Homeward Trust Contribution:
$480,000

Golden Nugget


Proponent:
E4C

Homeward Trust Contribution:
$84,600

Grace Manor


Proponent:
Salvation Army

Homeward Trust Contribution:
$1,500,000

Grand Manor


Proponent:
Excel Resources Society

Homeward Trust Contribution:
$3,856,198

Gravelle


Proponent:
Innovative Housing Society

Homeward Trust Contribution:
$3,134,172

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10242-105 Street
Edmonton, AB
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