The Garth Homer Centre

Roofs don’t last forever. So in 2013, the Garth Homer Foundation replaced the roof of one its most important assets, the nearly 40-year-old Garth Homer Centre.

The Centre provides a home base of the Garth Homer Society and the upkeep of the building is essential to maintain a high level of services and programming. The Foundation continues to update and renovate the facility to meet the Society’s needs.

And while the roof replacement wasn’t a glamorous project, it helps to ensure that the Society has a sturdy and safe building to call home for years to come. The new roof is expected to last for 25 years.

The $100,000 project was co-funded by the Foundation and Western Economic Diversification’s Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund (CIIF).