Richmond Non-Profit Organizations Space Needs Review

Consultation has concluded

This engagement project concluded on April 29, 2018. Thank you to all who participated.

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We invite not-for-profit organizations (NPOs) based in Richmond and/or serving Richmond residents with social services to complete the Richmond NPO Space Needs Survey.

Richmond is home to many NPOs that deliver essential social services to residents. NPOs depend on access to quality spaces that are affordable, located in appropriate neighbourhoods and secure.

The Richmond Community Services Advisory Committee, an advisory body to The City of Richmond Council on social, health and community matters, has launched a Richmond NPO Space Needs Review to understand the real estate needs and challenges affecting not-for-profits operating social services in Richmond and to guide planning and action for the future.

We need help to understand your community, office, retail, and industrial space needs, challenges and opportunities so that we can build a clearer picture of social purpose real estate in Richmond. Social purpose real estate is any space/facility owned, rented and/or operated by non-profit/charitable organizations and social enterprises for the purpose of community benefit. Survey results will help the Committee provide advice regarding future policy development and make the case for supporting social purpose real estate in Richmond.

Please help us by completing the survey by 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, April 29, 2018


This engagement project concluded on April 29, 2018. Thank you to all who participated.

____________________

We invite not-for-profit organizations (NPOs) based in Richmond and/or serving Richmond residents with social services to complete the Richmond NPO Space Needs Survey.

Richmond is home to many NPOs that deliver essential social services to residents. NPOs depend on access to quality spaces that are affordable, located in appropriate neighbourhoods and secure.

The Richmond Community Services Advisory Committee, an advisory body to The City of Richmond Council on social, health and community matters, has launched a Richmond NPO Space Needs Review to understand the real estate needs and challenges affecting not-for-profits operating social services in Richmond and to guide planning and action for the future.

We need help to understand your community, office, retail, and industrial space needs, challenges and opportunities so that we can build a clearer picture of social purpose real estate in Richmond. Social purpose real estate is any space/facility owned, rented and/or operated by non-profit/charitable organizations and social enterprises for the purpose of community benefit. Survey results will help the Committee provide advice regarding future policy development and make the case for supporting social purpose real estate in Richmond.

Please help us by completing the survey by 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, April 29, 2018