Online Learning Events
OLE Pathway: Asset Management

Grants opportunities at the Centre of housing solutions

Join us on April 15th to see how societies in BC have benefited from Centre’s funding streams. Better understand your benefits of the partnerships between FCM, CHTF and BCNPHA.

Funding opportunities have served initiatives with the following themes: asset management, strategic planning, society incorporation, capacity building, housing development and tenant engagement.

Learn how to submit the strongest application for available funds.



April 15, 2021


10:00 am - 11:00 am



Member Cost:


Who should attend

Finance Staff, Property Managers, Decision Makers, Contractors, consultants

What you will learn

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the mission, priorities, and outlook for the Centre
  • Programs available to housing providers nationally
  • Free tools available for community housing organizations
  • See local BC examples of awarded funds
  • Next steps and how BCNPHA can help


Luc Labelle
Program Manager – Sector Transformation Fund
Community Housing Transformation Centre

Luc holds a degree in public management and has always loved working in the community and social economy sectors. He is known for his perseverance, his ability to easily connect with people and his capacity to overcome challenges. Those traits are what made him succeed in his attempt to cover the distance in a 15-month trip kayaking from Montréal to Mexico in 2015. Through his work at the Réseau québécois des OSBL d’habitation housing alliance, he helped housing projects in small communities to get back on their feet and established new partnerships. As a program manager, he has been dedicated since the Centre’s launch to improve support for the sector.

Chrissy Diavatopoulos
Program Manager
Community Housing Transformation Centre

Chrissy is program manager for the Community-Based Tenant Initiative Fund (CBTIF) at the Centre. Passionate about community development and social justice, Chrissy has worked in the non-profit sector for 10+ years in both front-line and leadership positions. Her experience is largely in community work and popular education with immigrant populations and marginalized communities. More specifically, she managed a department in a community centre offering diverse programs and services for adults, she coordinated an employability program and she provided training and developed pedagogical materials. She holds a master’s degree in sociology and has lived and worked in Montréal, Toronto and Santiago, Chile.