Calgary Homeless Foundation

Calgary Homeless Foundation

June 24, 2016 11:47 ET

MEDIA ADVISORY - Ending Homelessness: The Societal Impact 2016 Annual General Meeting

Calgary Homeless Foundation & Calgary Community Land Trust

CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwired - June 24, 2016) - On Monday, June 27th at its Annual General Meeting (AGM) Ending Homelessness: The Societal Impact, the Calgary Homeless Foundation (CHF) will report on its progress as the System Planner for Calgary's Homeless Serving System of its 5 year Strategic Blueprint. There will also be a special announcement and presentation by David McIlveen, Chair of the Board of Directors of the Calgary Community Land Trust Society (CCLT). David McIlveen will provide an overview of CCLT's new directions and role as an independent provider of housing expertise that will accelerate the building, ownership and management of specialized housing for vulnerable populations.

WHAT: Calgary Homeless Foundation Annual General Meeting
Board Report, Cameron Bailey, Chair, CHF Financial Report
President's Report, Diana Krecsy, President and CEO. CHF
Introduction of CCLT, David McIlveen, Chair, CCLT
WHEN: Monday, June 27, 2016
WHERE: Calgary Public Library
John Dutton Theatre
616 Macleod Trail SE, Calgary
T2G 2M2

Media are invited to attend. Photo and interview opportunities will follow the meeting at 3:50pm.

About CHF

The Calgary Homeless Foundation is a catalyst and enabler for Systems and Service Agencies to optimize client success. CHF focuses on four strategic pillars of work; Research and Development, Community Mobilization, Funder of Outcomes and Impact and Public and Political Will. CHF addresses gaps and identifies best practices to improve the system of care. Through mobilization of collective impact, CHF is committed to moving forward in partnership with the many homeless-serving agencies, the private sector, government partners, the faith community, other foundations and all Calgarians to end homelessness in Calgary. For more information, visit

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