News & Events
For many Calgarians with limited mobility, there are barriers to finding a home that is both affordable and accessible. Some of our residents have experienced homelessness, depression, addictions, isolation and painful health challenges. Having a safe place to call home can change a life for the better. This holiday season, consider giving the gift of...Read More→
Thank you to everyone who came out and celebrated this year’s Dinner for Doors. The evening was a huge success! We are blown away by the generosity of our supporters and with the funds raised, allowing us to support Calgarians with limited mobility so that they can thrive, dream and be part of community in...Read More→
Thank you to everyone that joined us at our AGM on Thursday, June 21, 2018 at Shane Homes YMCA at Rocky Ridge. The past year was an incredible year of transitions and changes! Moving forward, we are pleased to announce our new mission and values. It is an important change that recognizes that people come...Read More→
Join us for our 5th annual fundraising evening to support the mission and vision of Accessible Housing. Since 2014, Dinner For Doors has raised over $200,000 to help support this critical work. Help us open doors to more homes for people with limited mobility! This mix and mingle, Roaring Twenties themed event will be at the new...Read More→
Help us reach our goal of $10,000 – all funds will help open doors to homes that are accessible and affordable for Calgarians with limited mobility.
If you're deciding whether or not to join the Charity Challenge this year, here are several reasons to convince you to join!
Remy’s life was on-track for success. At 20 years old, he moved from Eastern Canada to Canmore and had recently completed his Journeyman ticket as an automotive technician. He was also enrolled in the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides (ACMG) guiding program, and enjoyed backcountry skiing, ice climbing, and mountain biking before his stroke at...Read More→
The Accessible Housing team is thankful for the recent thoughtful gifts and talents for the future residents of Inclusio.
Kelly has lived in the same home for 14 years. As a wheelchair user, her bathroom had become a dangerous place. She’d even begun to avoid brushing her teeth in the bathroom because she was afraid of the pain she’d endure trying to shift and strain herself to get into the tiny space. A vent...Read More→
We are looking for volunteers for our Casino Fundraiser at Deerfoot Inn and Casino on June 6 & 7, 2018. Besides the obvious of free parking, a non-smoking casino, easy, quick training, and somebody with you at all times, here are several reasons to volunteer at Accessible Housing’s Casino Fundraiser: 1..Free meal 2. Awesome people...Read More→