Our homeowners inspire us to do a better job everyday – To build better homes and better communities. At Logel Homes, we’re committed to developing projects that enrich cities and bring neighbours closer together. The ability to give back to the communities where we build is something we’re very proud of. We support local initiatives and charitable efforts, and give our personal time to create positive, beneficial change. Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter and The James house are just two of the many causes we’ve partnered with.
The James House
In 2018, Logel Homes partnered with Cardel Homes and the Resolve Campaign along with the generous support of government partners to provide a $5-million, 4-storey, 27 unit building for Calgary’s vulnerable and homeless population. The result: The James House, a deeply personal philanthropic project, named after Tim Logel’s father. The James House provides a foundation for vulnerable and homeless Calgarians to heal and an opportunity to create a healthy living environment. Agency provider McMan Calgary & Area will focus on connecting residents of The James House to natural supports, such as family and friends, and assist them in becoming members of the community during their stay. Residents will also work with a diversion advocate to secure financial supports, liaise with landlords, and find appropriate accommodation. At Logel Homes, our customers often start a new chapter in their townhome or condo, and for Calgary’s at-risk population, the James House offers just that.
Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter
For over 45 years, the Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter has been providing hope and support to some of the most vulnerable of our family, friends, neighbours, and co-workers. Logel Homes is proud to support the tremendous work being done by CWES. Over the years, the Logel Family has personally donated over $500,000 to this great cause, and they continue to volunteer their time to the organization.