HomeComing is a human rights organization
HomeComing supports inclusive communities where everyone belongs. We promote the rights of people who face Not-In-My-Backyard discrimination by working to:
- ensure the processes used to introduce shelters, supportive or affordable housing do not stigmatize the people who will live there, or become a platform for prejudices and fears
- support human rights and legal challenges that lead to inclusive communities
- help housing and shelter providers to create new accommodation without compromising the dignity of the people they house
- equip concerned citizens to challenge Not-In-My-Backyard discrimination.
HomeComing is grateful for:
- financial support from Maytree
- the work of our colleagues at the Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario, Ontario Non-Profit Housing Association, Social Planning Toronto, Toronto Alliance to End Homelessness, Rupert Coalition, the Wellesley Institute and many other people committed to rejecting discrimination in housing.