As HeroWork replicates into more communities, we envision a national movement of charity renewal that will impact urban centres across Canada.
HeroWork Canada will establish its next HeroWork Chapter in Vancouver in the Fall of 2021. If you represent a Lower Mainland Charity that serves vulnerable populations, we want to understand the state of your charity buildings. Please complete this short Needs Assessment Survey and we will get in touch with you.
RENOVATING A SINGLE CHARITY
IMPACTS MANY PEOPLE
With increased programming, innovation, and beautified spaces, many of our most vulnerable are affected across the social impact spectrum through HeroWork projects.
With more efficient workflows, high safety, and better aesthetics, staff are more satisfied and inspired to do good work.
With a design process that consults neighbours and community, neighbours feel more connected and engaged to charities.
With higher quality and purpose-designed workspaces, volunteers feel more valued and enjoy deeper impact for their service.
RENOVATING MANY CHARITIES
IMPACTS A COMMUNITY
Renewed charity buildings ripple out impact for decades. As more and more buildings are transformed the charitable landscape shifts, lifting the overall health of a community.
IMPACTING MANY COMMUNITIES
CHANGES A NATION
As HeroWork expands into more communities, we envision a movement of charity renewal that will impact urban centers across the country.
of charities eitherurgently or very urgentlyneed a renovation.
of charities believe a renovation will increase their ability to deliver services.
of non-profit havebuildings that are 70 yearold or older.