About Home Instead Charities

Our History

Lori and Paul Hogan founded Home Instead in 1994. Their experience caring for Paul’s grandmother was the inspiration that launched an international company of independently owned and operated franchises to provide in-home care for aging adults. Paul and Lori established Home Instead Charities in 2003 as a way to help care for aging adults in need of social service programs that help them age with independence and dignity and enhance their quality of life, as well as help the family members how care for them. In an effort to serve more older adults in Canada, Home Instead Charities was established and recognized as a registered charity in 2017 through the Canada Revenue Agency. The mission of Home Instead Charities is made possible, in part, thanks to Paul and Lori, generous sponsors and donations from the public.

What We Stand For

Our Mission: To improve the quality of life for underserved aging adults.
Our Vision: A world where the basic needs of every aging adult are met.
Core Values:

  • To honour God in all we do.
  • To treat each other with dignity and respect.
  • To encourage growth in ourselves and others.
  • To build value in our service to others.

Home Instead Charities Board of Directors

Chairman of the Board
Roger Baumgart
Chairman of the Board
Director
Phyllis Hegstrom
Director
Director
Bruce Mahony
Director
Director
Fred Franchuk
Director
Director
Erin Albers
Director

Home Instead Charities Staff

Executive Director
Lenli Corbett
Executive Director
Operations and Program Manager
Kathy Miske
Operations and Program Manager
Marketing and Program Manager
Ashley McGrain
Marketing and Program Manager