Want to meet your neighbours, plan events that bring people together, and join activities in your neighbourhood?
Become a Tenant Leader
The Tenant Advisory Group (TAG) provides a link between OCH tenants and the Board of Directors. District-Based Committee (DBC) meetings provide a forum for the exchange of information between OCH and its tenants. Contact your nearest OCH office to participate, or contact the DBC Chair directly.
OCH dedicates an annual budget of $100,000 to the Community Capital Fund, which encourages tenants to take the lead on community projects that matter to them. For more information on how to apply for the Community Capital Fund, please contact the Tenant and Community Worker at your nearest OCH office.
The Youth Futures Program is a seven-month program that supports post-secondary participation among low-income Ottawa youth through leadership development, employment experience, and post-secondary orientation.
The Ron Larkin Scholarship has been established to assist OCH tenants and to honour outstanding leadership and achievements. In 2014, ten $1,000 scholarships were awarded to ten OCH residents to help them achieve post-secondary education.
Volunteers are at the heart of our community engagement success stories. If you are looking to take part in or plan a volunteer activity, or if you are interested in an unpaid student placement, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.