Posts by Jeff Neven

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County of Brant – Russell Heights Development

You may have noticed an ad in the Brantford Expositor on Thursday, January 28 which suggests the County of Brant and Indwell have entered into …

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What if Jesus were born in 2020?

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If Hamilton hosts Commonwealth Games, Indwell welcomes opportunity to bring affordable housing solutions to the city

There has been recent intense discussion at City Council and online around a proposal to host the 2026 Commonwealth Games in Hamilton. Indwell is party …

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Facebook Live: #GivingTuesdayNow

// Give to our COVID-19 Tenant Support Fund Donate Hope@Home Virtual Gala

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Remembering a friend and visionary

It’s with deep sadness that I write to you regarding the passing away of Bill Voortman. On behalf of all of Indwell, I express our …

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Easter Message from Jeff

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Responding to COVID-19

At Indwell, we are committed to supporting the health of our tenants, volunteers, and staff through extraordinary circumstances. We are committed to “flattening the curve” …

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As one foundation winds down, it blesses Indwell with the opportunity to plan creatively for the future

Bill Voortman values creativity, innovation and hope. He is enthused about inventive approaches and gets behind organizations willing to take risks to grow and prosper …

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Partnerships key part of Indwell’s model

What does partnership mean to you? For me, partnering with someone is about uniting in a shared vision. It’s recognizing that we’ll accomplish more together …

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Hamilton city council’s investment in housing infrastructure can transform our city

The city’s $90,000,000 investment will help address our housing crisis, but may actually achieve much more.

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Send a note of encouragement

Now more than ever, it is important that our tenants feel connected with others, even if they cannot be physically connected. Send a note of encouragement to be shared with our tenants who are feeling isolated at this time.

Send a message to our tenants

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