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We're in this Together

The COVID-19 outbreak clearly highlights the urgent need for safe and affordable housing, as all Canadians are encouraged to stay at home. Consider a donation to Habitat for Humanity Canada today so we can continue to support Canadian families in the weeks and months ahead.

Coronavirus - statement from our President and CEO

When I became President and CEO of Habitat for Humanity Canada on February 24, I didn’t think that this would be the first communication I’d be sharing, but these are challenging and unprecedented times. I look forward to more positive and productive conversations but for now, I want to share some updates on the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as it relates to Habitat for Humanity’s work in Canada and internationally.

2019 Annual Report available now

Last year, 267 families in Canada and hundreds more around the world became a part of the Habitat family. In this year's annual report, you'll read about our work and how it continues to have a lifelong impact on the families at home and across the globe.

Habitat ReStore

Shop, donate, volunteer. Habitat for Humanity ReStores help build more homes in Canada and around the world.

Local Habitat for Humanity organizations across Canada continue to take the necessary steps to protect and prioritize the health and safety of staff, volunteers, Habitat homeowners, donors and local businesses.

Habitat  homeowners, Kiley and her husband Adam and their two children holding up a sign which reads, "We did it! 500 hours"

Habitat Vancouver Island North celebrates new homeowners

When COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic, organizations were forced to adapt. For Habitat Vancouver Island North, that meant finding a way to safely get two families into their newly built duplex.
Habitat ReStore

Local Habitats respond to call for personal protective equipment (PPE) in their communities

Local Habitats have vastly altered their operations for the safety of staff and volunteers. But that hasn’t stopped local Habitats from doing what they do best – giving back to the community.

With a lot of help from our friends