Our Projects

Our Vision

The Cribwolf Foundation's aim is to provide resources for adults who have an intellectual and/or developmental disability, their families, and the agencies that provide support for them in an efficient and constructive way. We stand in partnership with these families and agencies to keep those closest to the situation actively engaged and involved in the planning process, to ensure we continue to align our operations with their primary issues and concerns.

Our Plan

The Cribwolf Foundation proposes a community-central multi-unit residential building (MURB), for adults over the age of 21 with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. This project entails the construction of a new, or refurbishment of an existing, structure to allow approximately 20,000 square feet of living space and 5,000 square feet of common space. Such a design will accommodate 24 individual self-contained apartment units and a main floor hub for administration, medical care, security, and activity rooms.

For more information, please visit our MURB page.


The Cribwolf Foundation is proud to have launched EQL, which stands for Enriching the Quality of Life. The movement is focussed on raising awareness for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and improving the conditions in which they live by tackling two critical issues:

  • The challenges they face in our society and the need for compassionate interaction; and
  • The growing housing crisis affecting their future.

For more information, please visit our EQL page.


The Cribwolf Foundation is also excited to provide a privately funded online platform catering exclusively to those most closely involved with special needs individuals: parents, caregivers, community agencies, government representatives, corporate partners, and the individuals themselves. The FREE membership site is now live and connects parents, caregivers, and individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities with others who are facing similar challenges in our communities, and with the information and resources they need to successfully obtain support.

For more information, please visit our Cribwolf page.