Established in 2016, the Affordable Housing Champion Award recognizes an individual or organization that has made a transformative contribution to affordable housing.
This year’s award is sponsored by
To recognizes an individual or organization that has made a transformative contribution to the affordable housing sector.
The nominee must:
The BCNPHA Awards Committee will be responsible to nominate individuals or organizations for this award and decide who receives this award.
As co-founder and executive director of A Way Home Kamloops, and co-founder of the BC Coalition to End Youth Homelessness, Katherine McParland was a tireless advocate for youth experiencing homelessness. Katherine often shared her story of growing up in foster care, living on her own from the age of 16, and then on the streets once she aged out of government care. These experiences drove her to build a better way for other young people.