Welcome to the Co-operative Housing Federation of Toronto
Serving Co-ops in Durham, Toronto and York Region
Our vision of who we are is also shaped by our commitment to give service of the best possible quality at a fair price.
We define our commitment to serve through the aims that Canadian housing co-operatives hold in common.
Diversity Scholarship Awards
The Co-operative Housing Federation of Toronto (CHFT) introduced our scholarship in 2004. People qualify because of their work in the community and commitment to promoting diversity.
Over $1.7 million has been awarded to date with over 330 students having won the award.
Students from over 104 co-ops have won scholarships since its inception. In 2018 we awarded 27 scholarships.
Listen to what a few of our scholarship award winners have to say about winning this opportunity and what it means to them.
Click here to learn more about CHFT Diversity Scholarship.
What is CHFT?
In 1974, a group of non-profit housing co-operatives set up a small organization to promote the development of new co-ops and to provide the education and assistance needed by the growing co-operative housing sector.
Today, the Co-operative Housing Federation of Toronto (CHFT) is a member-supported organization representing more than 45,000 people living in more than 160 non-profit housing co-operatives located in Toronto and York Region.
Click here to learn more about CHFT.
- 2018 CHFT General Members' MeetingRead More »
- 2018 Award Winning GardensRead More »
- Century of Co-operation Reception 2018 in TorontoRead More »
- CHFT Diversity Scholarship 2018Read More »
- Congratulations Jo-Anne McNamara!Read More »
The CHFT Charitable Fund continues to develop and provide innovative and helpful programs. The funds have assisted hundreds of co-operative members through our various programs.
In 2004, the Co-operative Housing Federation of Toronto launched the CHFT Diversity Scholarship Program. The program is for people living in CHFT member housing co-ops.
About Housing Co-ops
Housing co-ops are in every neighbourhood in the city. A co-op can be a medium size apt building or townhomes. People who live in co-ops come from every walk of life.
Find a Co-op
There are over 45,000 people living in 160 non-profit housing co-operatives throughout Toronto and in the York Region. To find the housing co-operative of your choice, click below.