Glen Robertson, Bob Ingram, Barbara Fehrmann, Lloyd Davies, Pete Ens, Darrell Krahn, Don Lobb, Wendy Wenberg, Judith Ray, Naida Motut, Percy Barnes, Al Vetter, Harriet Faulkner, Chris King, Sandra Marshall, Sue Gillies (not in photo)
The Mission Association for Seniors Housing (M.A.S.H.) provides and/or encourages in cooperation with other organizations the development of affordable and accessible housing. We aim to retain and attract seniors within our community and support them to remain as their needs change. We strive to maximize scarce resources by coordinating and sharing expertise and attracting skilled partners.
“Caring For Those Who Cared For Us”
M.A.S.H. belongs to the BC Non-Profit Housing Association. Funding relationships with Fraser Health and BC Housing currently exist. The District of Mission is a community partner in supporting the development of affordable housing options in the community.
The need for affordable housing options for seniors continues to grow. In the past, non-profit organizations like Mission Association for Seniors Housing have relied upon government assistance to provide housing.
As demographics change and government funding is spread over increasing needs, these partnerships are somewhat limited and new sources of funding are required. If you share the vision of the Mission Association for Seniors Housing and would like to partner with us or financially support us, please contact our Society office at 604 826-2194.
The Mission Association for Seniors Housing (M.A.S.H.) was registered under the Society Act as a non-profit society in 1999. It is a society made up of several Mission non-profit societies concerned about the lack of affordable housing options in Mission for senior citizens. Each member organization appoints 3 members to the Board of Directors. Associate membership is available to groups and individuals. These members are non-voting members and are usually people or groups who have an interest in supporting the aims and objectives of M.A.S.H.