WHO WE ARE
CABN.CO Foundation brings a new green technology and innovative manufacturing process for developing net zero, cost efficient modular homes. In recognition that housing is a human right, and a secure future is built upon equitable access to sustainable and affordable housing, CABN.CO Foundation drives research, development, partnership building, and co-creation models to bring housing technology to remote and low-income municipalities, and with permission, Indigenous communities.
THE QUESTIONS WE'RE ASKING
How does CABN.CO housing technology promote health and wellness for different regions and cultures?
How does access to CABN.CO technology preserve and protect the environment?
How does CABN.CO technology promote equity in Housing?
If you want to help with these questions or think there are better questions to ask, let us know!
CABN.CO Foundation vision is to be the most sustainable and equitable housing option to communities and individuals. CABN.Co Foundation will overcome the barriers of transportation, location and cost to assemble sustainable housing with the right to live in health and happiness for all people. By 2025, CABN will have positively impacted the lives of thousands of individuals by providing sustainable and affordable housing throughout multiple communities dispersed across Canada.
KATHLEEN BLINKHORN ABORIGINAL STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP
Proud Sponsor of the
ONPHA’s Kathleen Blinkhorn Aboriginal Student Scholarship supports Aboriginal students living in non-profit housing in Ontario. Each scholarship winner receives $2,000 for use towards their post-secondary education costs, like tuition, books, technology and transportation. In 2021, CABN.CO Foundation is excited to offer this scholarship through ONPHA to five Indigenous students.