Spring 2021 Newsletter

Yvonne, from Indwell’s Blossom Park Townhomes in Woodstock, has enjoyed cycling since she was a child and uses her bike for errands as well as pleasure
Community
Indwell Staff

Two tired travel: cyclists share their love of riding

Many of us remember the thrill of riding a bike as a child— the exhilaration and newfound independence we felt tooling around our neighborhood. That sense of freedom—along with the very practical benefits of cycling as a mode of transportation—inspires many adults to continue to cycle. Yvonne, a tenant at the Blossom Park Townhomes in

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Volunteers from OWL serving a meal at Harvey Woods Lofts, Woodstock
Community
Indwell Staff

Volunteers bring change, creatively

Every April we, along with organizations across the country, dedicate a week to celebrating and honoring our volunteers. This year’s theme was “volunteers bring change.” As one might imagine, volunteering in a pandemic is somewhat of a challenge. While volunteering did look very different this past year, half our volunteers still found ways to make

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Kitchen in an apartment at McQuesten Lofts in Hamilton
Hamilton
Indwell Staff

McQuesten Lofts: new homes bring new hope

In December 2020—just before Christmas—the first of 50 tenants began to move into their new homes. Earlier in the year, as the pandemic loomed, no one was sure that even essential construction would be able to continue. Would all our active sites need to shut down? What would happen to those who were counting on

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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.

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