About PAL Ottawa
We reward the artists who delight us with our applause, and often assume that success in the arts brings financial security. But very few members of the performing arts community arrive at the end of their career with an adequate pension and other resources. That’s why we created PAL Ottawa: to provide affordable housing and a support system to artists in need.
News & Upcoming Events
“Houseless Heads and Unfed Sides”: Ending Homelessness in Ottawa, March 24 at 5 pm, Gladstone Theatre
Join us Sunday, March 24 at 5 pm at the Gladstone Theatre (910 Gladstone) as Bear & Co, PAL Ottawa and the Alliance to End Homelessness – Ottawa present an important panel discussion on the causes of and cures for Ottawa homelessness, featuring some of the city's...read more
Bear & Co. partners with PAL Ottawa to highlight the issue of homelessness on the opening night of King Lear, March 21
With Ottawa’s critical shortage of affordable housing generating increased media coverage and public discussion, a timely production of a venerable Shakespeare tragedy offers an opportunity to highlight homelessness, mental health, and economic inequality. PAL Ottawa...read more
“Your Money Seniors” Free Seminar on Fraud Prevention: Know the Signs, Empower Yourself, March 20, 4 pm
PAL Ottawa Social Circle Presents: “Your Money Seniors” Seminar on Fraud Prevention: Know the Signs, Empower Yourself Featuring Anna Arlotta from the Canadian Bankers Association. Wednesday 20 March 2019 from 4 to 5 pm Ottawa Art Gallery at 10 Daly Avenue, in the...read more
Join PAL Ottawa! For a modest annual membership fee, you and/or your organization can demonstrate your solidarity with PAL Ottawa and our efforts to improve the lives of senior arts professionals in the Capital. Membership fees provide the foundation on which we build our initiatives; they also provide you with important benefits.