Shepherds of Good Hope installs new windows thanks to funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation and Government of Ontario
Shepherds of Good Hope installs new windows thanks to funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation and Government of Ontario.
Located at 256 King Edward Avenue, the Shepherds of Good Hope Shelter program is home to a both men’s and women’s transitional shelter and connected to a supervised consumption and treatment service.
Thanks to funding from the Government of Ontario and the Ontario Trillium Foundation, a much-needed upgrade to Low-E argon windows were recently installed in both the men’s and women’s shelter dorms.
This upgrade fits into Shepherds of Good Hope’s long-term sustainability and environmental goals as each window provides better insulation, energy efficiency, reduction in ultraviolet rays and are environmentally friendly.
Some of the new, energy efficient windows at Shepherds of Good Hope.
The new windows will reduce cooling and heating costs within the shelter.
Shepherds of Good Hope is grateful for this investment as the benefits are immediate and provide an improved experience for people who may be experiencing homelessness in Ottawa.