Homes for Heroes - Kingston Veterans' Village
730 King St. W. (at Portsmouth Ave.)
Occupancy:  February 2024
On Wednesday, January 31, 2024, the Kingston Veterans' Village opened its doors to a select group of VIPs in advance of receiving the first group of residents in early February. 
The enclave was built on land donated by the Province of Ontario and supported with $100,000 in donations led by a Rotarian in the Kingston-Frontenac Rotary Club and complemented by the Erle Allan Fund.
The project, which broke ground in mid-April 2023, consists of:
  • 20 tiny homes, each 300 ft2 and named for a fallen hero
  • a resource center, 
  • social service offices, 
  • community gardens, and 
  • community recreation space. 
All homes face inward to facilitate peer-to-peer support and are fully equipped with all the features of a larger home.
Representing the Rotary Club of Kingston-Frontenac on the VIP tour were Club President Peter Morrin and members John Cowan, Marie-Anne Erki and John Mirski.
VIP Tour of Kingston Veterans' Village                                 Peter Morrin & John Mirski                                         Marie-Anne Erki & John Cowan.