Open The Door
For A Conversation
As a #200Doors advocate, you can help to ensure people in your community have a place to call home this winter.
There is a shortage of housing in our community, and as a community leader, we need your help to open the door for those seeking a place to call home.
Will you help to ‘open the door’ for those seeking a place to call home in York Region?
What Is The #200Doors Campaign?
Everyone needs a place to call home and a key to their own door where they can stay healthy and feel secure. However, there are people in your community who are living in emergency housing or shelters. Others are living in unsafe situations and must find safe alternatives.
The #200Doors campaign is about matching those with available property to reliable tenants who are in need of a safe home — at market price.
“I chose and continue to choose to work with Blue Door to help me select tenants because, thanks to their team of workers, the process has been seamless, effortless and pleasurable. The tenants have been friendly, clean, respectful, and get along with each other.”
– Lance, Landlord with Multiple Properties in York Region
“Blue doors 200 Doors Campaign is a great initiative, not only helping people in need given the current situation, but also providing landlords with a peace of mind and it’s a win-win situation.”
– Mary, York Region Real Estate Agent
How You Can Help Bring Hope Home
Through your community network, we’re asking for your support in connecting with landlords, property managers, and real estate agents who may have available housing opportunities.
As a #200Doors advocate, you can help to bridge the relationship between those looking to find tenants with those in need of housing — at no cost to the property owners.
This holiday season, be the key to a safe place to call home.
Connect with us today to learn more about #200Doors
Our neighbours need us now more than ever.
Download the #200Doors Campaign Media Kit for sample posts and messaging that will help support your mission to spread the word and begin a new conversation around housing.