Celebrating 3 Years of Service
A heartfelt gratitude to our valued Partners and Donors for their unwavering support throughout our journey. Your dedication enables us to make a meaningful impact in the lives of those who have served our country.
Call for Volunteers
Volunteer on our Communications and Engagement Committee
With over two decades of experience in fundraising for vulnerable communities, Angella joins us in forging impactful partnerships and making a real difference
Bringing invaluable support to our team after serving in the Canadian forces. His experience is unmatched and his dedication is unparalleled.
Lisa LaFlamme Visit
Thank you for coming to see the Andy Carswell building. Your influential voice is an invaluable contribution. You support is crucial to our commitment to helping veterans experiencing homelessness nationwide.
Helping Homeless veterans
Our heroes served and put their lives on the line. It is unacceptable that any veteran should find themselves homeless. This is a solvable problem – and as Canadians, we have a duty of care to help bring homelessness among veterans to an end.
On average, 4.4% of people experiencing homelessness in Canadian cities are veterans
of homeless veterans are living with one or more mental health, addiction issues, medical conditions, and physical disabilities — some, all at the same time
The type of support most frequently requested by homeless veterans is permanent SUPPORTIVE HOUSING
*2018 Ottawa PiT Count
Veterans’ House: the Andy Carswell Building, Canso Campus, Ottawa
The Andy Carswell Building is Canada’s first residential complex purpose-built exclusively for veterans. It comprises 40 bachelor units for veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.