MNPHA Resource Pages

As a service to our members and other housing-related organizations, MNPHA accepts postings for employment and volunteer opportunities in the housing sector. This includes employment postings, and openings on Boards of Directors.

View the postings here

MNPHA posts funding opportunities that support the non-profit housing sector with development, redevelopment, programs or services.

View the opportunities here

This page hosts the Expiry of Operating Agreements: A Planning Guide for Manitoba’s Non-Profit Housing Providers. The guide was created by the Institute of Urban Studies based on feedback from our members on what would be most valuable to help them through the process of their operating agreement ending. It is full of case studies, ideas, resources, and has outlines a step-by-step process for those nearing the end of their operating agreement.

Additionally, there is a toolkit for those preparing for the end of agreement, and research and reports on the end of operating agreements across Canada.

View it here

MNPHA’s electronic Newsletter is published regularly throughout the year and distributed to our email list. Check here for archived versions.

The non-profit sector is defined by the community involvement and ownership that comes from governance through a board of directors. With changing relationships with government, the end of operating agreements, and an increasing need for non-profit housing providers to be self-sustaining, adaptable, and strategic, boards are truly the backbone of the non-profit housing sector and will lead the way in affordable housing provision in Manitoba.

This Board Toolkit has been designed for non-profit housing boards in Manitoba, and complements the MNPHA Building Boards training program. Many of the tools are developed and shared by MNPHA Members for the benefit of their colleagues in the sector.

This is an ever-growing toolkit on Board Governance for non-profit housing providers.

View it here


Check this page for links to partner organizations, resources, and other information that may be valuable for those involved in the non-profit housing sector.

Check them here

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