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Reaching Home – Indigenous Homelessness funding stream


Funding available for new projects is $7,062,564.


The objective of the Indigenous Homelessness stream of the Reaching Home Program is to prevent and reduce homelessness. This program provides financial assistance to communities across Canada to support their efforts to meet local needs and address specific priorities related to homelessness among Indigenous people.

Through this call for proposals, contribution funding is available under the Indigenous Homelessness stream for projects in the Quebec region.

Eligible Applicants

Organizations must be located in Canada and propose activities that will be carried out exclusively in Quebec, and that meet the specific needs of the off-reserve Indigenous population.

Recipients eligible for funding are the following:

  • indigenous organizations, including but not limited to the following:
    • incorporated for‑profit and not‑for‑profit Indigenous controlled organizations
    • indigenous-controlled unincorporated associations
    • Indian Act Bands
    • tribal councils and self-governing indigenous entities
  • not-for-profit organizations
  • for-profit organizations
  • municipalities

Eligible Expenses

The Indigenous Homelessness stream of the Reaching Home Program is a community program designed to prevent and reduce homelessness and provide support and direct funding to Indigenous communities off-reserve.

The objective of this call for proposals is to fund projects that:

  • aim to prevent and reduce Indigenous homelessness
  • stabilize the lives of Indigenous individuals who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness and assist them in moving towards self-sufficiency
  • support the delivery of culturally-appropriate homelessness services and supports to Indigenous peoples; and/or
  • strengthen the ability of organizations to support Indigenous peoples experiencing homelessness through capacity building, partnerships and/or the development of networks to increase impact and improve results

Deadline Date

  June 6, 2022. Projects are anticipated to begin as early as September 1, 2022, and end no later than March 31, 2024.
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