Housing Supply Challenge Support Program
Led by Evergreen, the Support Program supports applicants of the Housing Supply Challenge by providing guidance, mentorship, and resources to develop and improve their submission.
Everyone deserves a safe and affordable place to call home. To help foster innovation in housing supply solutions, the Housing Supply Challenge, led by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), encourages residents, stakeholders, and experts from across Canada to propose innovative solutions that help break down the barriers that limit new housing supply.
The Challenge will distribute $300 million in funding over five years through various unique rounds. Successful submissions will first receive funding to prototype or incubate their proposal, and then finalists will receive additional funding to implement it.
The first Challenge Round – Data Driven – invites applicants to submit data solutions or methodologies that provide decision-makers with better information to make housing supply decisions.
What is the Support Program?
The Housing Supply Challenge Support Program, run by Evergreen, supports applicants of the Housing Supply Challenge by providing guidance, mentorship, and the resources needed to develop and improve their submission.
Through the Housing Supply Challenge Support Program, applicants learn about the application process, meet with experts who provide guidance on developing their submission, and connect with other potential applicants to learn about their challenges and potential solutions.
Evergreen is providing support through the initial (Stage One) and final (Stage Two) application process.
For more information about the Housing Supply Challenge Support Program, visit the project page today.
Meet the Housing Supply Challenge Support Program advisors
Evergreen is pleased to introduce the national Housing Supply Challenge Support Program Advisory Committee.
The Advisory Committee supports partnership building, program design and resources as applicants advance their housing supply solutions.