How to Leverage Real Estate as a Social Impact Organization

Creatively reimagining space

Why It Matters

For decades, social impact organizations needing property were limited to commercial leases, or relied on their donor bases for funding. Increasingly, Canada is seeing the repurposing of old and affordable properties, and collaborations between real estate and social organizations. This series on social impact real estate is crafted in partnership with Windmill Developments and Urban Equation.

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