100 More Homes Penticton is a collection of community leaders who came together in 2016, initially to provide housing and supports to 100 vulnerable people in Penticton by July 2018. In 18 months of collaborative work, 133 people were housed.

There is still significant need in the community. Our vision is to  continue to work collaboratively with shared goals and priorities, to prevent – and eventually end – homelessness in Penticton. The initiative is part a larger, national campaign called 20,000 Homes organized by the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness

Local Strategy

To work collaboratively to build a system of housing and supports to prevent and address homelessness in Penticton.


  • Every person in our community deserves to have a home
  • Multisector collaboration with shared goals and priorities is essential
  • The lived experience voice must be integral to the committee’s work

Strategic Goals

  1. Increase housing and supports for those experiencing homelessness
  2. Create a coordinated system of intake, assessment and supports
  3. Produce consistent, reliable data
  4. Enhance communication and education to the wider community

100 More Homes Penticton Info Sheet

The 20,000 Homes Campaign is a national movement focused on ending chronic homelessness in 20 communities and housing 20,000 of Canada’s most vulnerable homeless people by July 1, 2020. The 20,000 Homes Campaign communities housed 21,254 of Canada’s most vulnerable people.

In March 2019, the campaign organized by the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness (CAEH) launched Built for Zero Canada.

Additional Information and Resources

100 More Homes Penticton in the News

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