Sonderbloom proudly showcases below our transformative partnerships and initiatives aimed at shaping vibrant communities across Ontario. Through collaborative efforts with esteemed organizations, we are committed to delivering sustainable, affordable, and supportive housing solutions that uplift our most vulnerable populations and foster a sense of belonging.
Example services we can offer on your Housing Development projects:
Youth Without Shelter - The Helix Project
Sonderbloom is working with Youth Without Shelter (YWS) on their Helix House project, a supportive housing initiative in Toronto. This space will provide youth with the safe transitional housing needed as they continue with their studies, while at the same time providing supportive/affordable housing to the city of Toronto.
Sonderbloom is assisting YWS in securing Capital/Operational funding to support this initiative.
Project website: https://yws.on.ca/the-helix-project/
Ottawa Aboriginal Coalition
Sonderbloom is working with the Ottawa Aboriginal Coalition (OAC) to address the pressing needs of Inuit women and families affected by domestic violence, and those facing homelessness due to domestic abuse. This project aims to go beyond providing shelter, it hopes to connect individuals with crucial supports and resources to disrupt the inter-generational trauma and violence in Inuit community.
Sonderbloom’s approach is founded on collaboration with community experts and creating holistic, lasting solutions. Our work is multifaceted, spanning capital and operational planning, pursuit of government funding, building strategic partnerships, and designing a comprehensive project plan. By partnering with the invaluable expertise of OAC and their members, we hope to empower Indigenous women and their families, and create a safe space where they can enter the next chapter of their lives.
St. Clair O'Connor Community Inc.
Recognizing the pressing demand for enhanced Long-Term Care (LTC) services in Ontario, Sonderbloom is working with St. Clair O’Connor (SCOC) to secure pivotal government funding to facilitate the re-imaging of SCOC’s long-term care home.
Sonderbloom offers wrap around support, guiding this project through strategic planning, acquisition of additional government funding, and the design and creation of Specialized Units. By merging our strategic capabilities and the expertise of SCOC, we can create a blueprint for sustainable community development that transcends generations and positively impacts the lives of seniors and families across Ontario.
LEF - The Mount Dennis Quilt
Sonderbloom is working with the Learning Enrichment Foundation (LEF) to bring to life one of the largest supportive affordable housing projects in Toronto - The Mount Dennis Quilt (Quilt). The Quilt envisions a multi-use building offering affordable and supportive residential units, 2 floors of community space, 1 floor of retail space, and a vibrant streetscape. Sonderbloom is assisting LEF in capital/operational planning, securing government funding, establishing partnerships, stakeholder engagement and overall project management.
Project website: https://www.mountdennisquilt.org/