Housing Projects

The Jubilee Fund works with organizations to provide bridge financing for renovations, new buildings construction and in-fill housing projects that enhance or benefit communities.

Canadian Deafblind Association - Manitoba Chapter

The Canadian Deafblind Association – Manitoba Chapter received financing from The Jubilee Fund Inc. to assist in the purchase of a supportive living home. CDBA is a non-profit service provider of Supported Living Homes for individuals who are Deafblind.

Greenheart Housing Inc.

The Jubilee Fund assisted the West Broadway group with a line of credit to construct twenty one - three bedroom apartments that are intended for low and modest income tenants. Units are energy efficient, with green design choices.

Heart Housing Inc.

The Jubilee Fund helped finance a mortgage for this collaborative, non-profit housing project that helps immigrant families become home owners.

Kikinaw Housing - Furby Street

Kikinaw Housing Inc., with a loan from the Jubilee Fund, purchased two derelict houses, which were demolished to construct two new high efficiency four plexes. The units are targeted to low-income households.

Kikinaw Housing - Langside Street

The Jubilee Fund provided a loan for the acquisition of a vacant lot adjoining a Kikinaw apartment building. In the short term the lot was converted to a serviced parking lot, with the long-term plan to construct a 12 - 15 suite apartment of low-cost housing.

North End Housing Project (4 houses)

With help from the Jubilee Fund the non-profit housing organization acquired and renovated four older homes in North End Winnipeg to provide quality affordable housing for area residents.

SISTARS Community Economic Development Co-op

The Jubilee Fund assisted this non-profit housing co-operative in the Point Douglas area to purchase and rent local housing to residents who are part of the certified childcare worker program.

Spence Neighbourhood Association (SNA)

The Jubilee Fund partnered with the Spence Neighbourhood Association (SNA) and the University of Winnipeg to provide affordable housing in the Spence neighbourhood. The financing allowed for two houses to be moved and renovated, providing needed residential rental opportunities in the neighbourhood.

Spence Neighbourhood Association (SNA)

Through an initiative called “Four New Houses” and bridge financing provided by the Jubilee Fund, SNA built four houses in 2003 that were sold to neighbourhood residents.

Student Apartments in Spence Neighbourhood (457 Young St.)

Bridge financing provided by the Jubilee Fund, allowed the renovation of an abandoned apartment building to provide students at the University of Winnipeg with a low cost housing option.

Student/Single Parent Apartments in West Broadway (275-277 Furby Street)

Financing from the Jubilee Fund helped to renovate a residence and an adjacent apartment building to create a dorm for women students and single mothers.