A Legacy Built on Dignity, Love, and Hope

In 2024, Indwell celebrates a remarkable milestone — half a century of compassion, innovation, and unwavering commitment to providing dignity and independence for individuals with disabilities. From its humble beginnings to becoming a beacon of hope across communities, Indwell’s journey is a rich tapestry of triumphs, challenges, and profound impacts. As we honour this 50th anniversary, we invite you to explore the captivating stories and pivotal moments that have shaped Indwell’s legacy. Your engagement and support will help propel us forward as we continue to create inclusive communities, embrace new challenges, and embark on the next 50 years of transformational work together.

1970s
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John and Siny Prinzen's original Locke Street Residence  —  circa 1974

A passionate group of Christians in Hamilton put their heads together, determined to devise solutions for families with adult children with disabilities.

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A passionate group of Christians in Hamilton put their heads together, determined to devise solutions for families with adult children with disabilities.

80s/90s
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A passionate group of Christians in Hamilton put their heads together, determined to devise solutions for families with adult children with disabilities.

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A passionate group of Christians in Hamilton put their heads together, determined to devise solutions for families with adult children with disabilities.

To be continued...

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