Changing Futures

WPI homes change the future for women and children at risk of homelessness. Women face the greatest disadvantage in terms of their access to secure, safe, and affordable housing. Our homes have a long-lasting and far reaching impact on women’s lives. Our tenants experience improvement in their mental and physical health, employment, personal safety, independence and family relationships. There is a chronic need for stable and affordable housing in our community. We want to provide more homes and change the future for more women, but we need your help to do it. Every dollar donated to Our Changing Futures Fund will be directed towards a new housing development. Our goal is to raise $200,000 which will help us build another multi-dwelling development that will be home to up to 10 at risk women and children. This is a permanent solution to a long-term problem. To learn more about the work of WPI and the impact it has the lives of our tenants, check out the video. To donate to the Changing Futures Fund, please click the donate now button at the top of this page. Thanks for your support!

Latest News

  • 21st Birthday Celebrations

    We were thrilled to celebrate 21 years of operation this year and to honour the occasion we had a party! Held in the atmospheric Chapter House, the venue was generously donated by Alpha 60 and was a beautiful space to invite friends, family and supporters along for a night of celebration and gratitude.

    The evening was hosted by the legendary Denise Scott who had the crowd laughing from start to finish. We were also happy to have Dan from Open Canvas along on the night representing some incredible artists, who themselves are facing disadvantage. The art was indeed well received, and almost everything was snapped up by guests.

    The night was made possible by some generous donations which made the night extra special and helped fundraise for our Changing Futures Project - we are deeply grateful for the support. Here's to another 21 years.


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WPI tenants share their stories about how their lives have changed since having a place to call home