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We understand that while the accessibility of your home is a necessity, it might not always be financially possible to make it happen. That's why we're excited to offer you some organizations that can financially support your projects. We have partnered with these organizations and can vouch for their commitment to making your space accessible for you.

Low income Albertans with mobility challenges can apply for grants to modify their home. RAMP provides non-repayable, non-taxable grants of up to $7,500 to modify housing for eligible Albertans. Grants are for permanent modifications that help facilitate access to and movement within a principal residence. 

For more information, visit their website.

Seniors Home Adaptation and Repair Program (SHARP) grants may be available to eligible senior homeowners with low income who do not qualify for a SHARP loan to help with certain home repairs. You must provide a completed SHARP application to be considered for a grant.

For more information, visit their website.

The CHIP Reverse Mortgage allows Canadian homeowners age 55+ to access up to 55% of their home’s value and turn it into tax-free cash without having to move or sell. And the best part is, there are no monthly mortgage payments required!

For more information, visit their website.

In partnership with us, ATB offers consultation in reviewing your existing mortgage, discussing a pre-approval, and answering your questions around banking and the accessibility of your home. 

For more information, email

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