We bring communities together to help families build strength, stability and independence through affordable homeownership

Habitat homeowner Angela and her three boys

Your impact doubles

Right now your gift will have TWICE the impact in keeping families like Angela’s safe during and after the COVID-19 crisis through stable housing!

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.

Sharing our impact: 2019 Annual Report

For Laura and Shane, Habitat meant stability for their family. For Audrey, it meant a brighter future for her children. And for Brianne and her son, Brayden, it meant access to a safe and decent home.

In 2019, we helped 267 families build strength, stability and independence through affordable homeownership in Canada, and supported over 380 people through our global work.

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.

International Program

Global Village and the impact of COVID-19: Vietnam

In Vietnam, more than 30 Global Village builds were cancelled due to the pandemic, and as a result, 21 families from seven project sites were unable to complete the construction of their homes.
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.

With a lot of help from our friends