What We Do
No one should have to choose between paying rent and putting food on the table.
Kehilla Residential Programme (Kehilla) was established in 1982 as the UJA Federation’s community housing agency.
Kehilla’s mandate is to identify and champion affordable housing initiatives responsive to the needs of the Jewish community in the Greater Toronto Area.
We implement this through education, awareness, project sponsorship, development consultation, and research.
Kehilla operates a Rental Assistance Program (RAP) that provides up to $300 per month to assist households to better afford their housing.
Kehilla partners with developers to access city mandated affordable housing units and integrate low-rent and inclusive housing with RAP funding into rental and condominium developments.
We work to initiate policy changes with government to allow for more affordable housing.
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