Capital Region Interfaith Housing Initiative

Capital Region Interfaith Housing Initiative

The Capital Region Interfaith Housing Initiative began in 2011 with a commitment from 24 religious and spiritual community leaders, including Anglican bishop Jane Alexander, “to eliminate homelessness in our community.” Since then, CRIHI has been focussed on providing affordable housing and facilitating healthy neighbourhood conversations, which it sees as key factors in ending homelessness and poverty. In 2016, CRIHI partnered with the Anglican Dicoese of Edmonton, the Anglican Foundation of Canada and EndPovertyEdmonton to produce the End Poverty Action Guide.

For more information, contact:

CRIHI Coordinator Rabbanit Batya Ivry-Friedman 

CRIHI Housing Ambassador Pastor Mike Van Boom


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CRIHI Calls for Faith Community Network

The January, 2018 issue of The Neighbourly, the Capital Region Interfaith Housing Initiative (CRIHI) newsletter, includes a summary of the recent plenary meeting attended by nearly 80 participants passionate about... Read More