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Dinner for Doors 2018

  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 Hudson event space, a glamourous, new hot spot. Hudson is conveniently located in downtown Calgary on the sixth floor of the Hudson Bay’s distinctive heritage building. The lively evening with inspired hors d’oeuvres will be created under the artful direction of Executive Chef Ryan O’Flynn of Hudson, Sub Rosa and The Guild. In 1920’s fashion, guests will spend the evening enjoying delectable hors d’oeuvres and wonderful wine, all in support of Calgarians with limited mobility.   Platinum Sponsor Silver Sponsor Entertainment Sponsor Bar Sponsor Media Sponsors

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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.

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Remy’s story

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 age 27. The stroke caused a severe brain hemorrhage, and as a result, Remy was paralyzed on the right side of his body. Remy recovered in hospital for five months, and spent one year in a rehabilitation program. After this life-altering event, it was imperative for Remy to find an appropriate, accessible home that offered him safety and stability. “I was never homeless, but I was going to be because I had nowhere to go. My only option was the hospital. Life on the street with my condition was not an option,” said Remy. After moving into low-income housing in downtown Calgary, he was able to start gaining back his independence. Remy had to make changes to his apartment, which included attaching rope to doors so he could easily open them, and installing a temporary “super pole” in the apartment to allow him to get...Read More→

Heartwarming Generosity

The Accessible Housing team is thankful for the recent thoughtful gifts and talents for the future residents of Inclusio.