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Indigenous Partnerships

Making volunteering for Habitat for Humanity a family affair: Stephen

Stephen has volunteered over 640 hours helping build his daughter's Habitat home, and others, on a planned 19-lot development on Neyaashiinigmiing Aboriginal Reserve.
Indigenous Partnerships

Chippewas of Nawash housing project has Canada-wide potential

A housing partnership between the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation, Habitat Grey Bruce and CMHC is so successful it promises to serve as a model for other interested Indigenous communities.

A solid foundation for a stronger future for Steven and his kids

Steven is a single father whose home was built in 2017 as part of the Carter Work Project. Two years later, he shares the impact becoming a Habitat homeowner has had on his family.
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New year, new start for two families on the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory

The year 2019 will always be a special one for two families in the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte community. Amy and April moved into their new Habitat homes.
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Indigenous training and skills-building

Participating on Habitat builds provides Indigenous students of all ages and backgrounds with skills, confidence and work experience that they can apply towards future employment or education.

A quiet couple making a big difference in Hamilton: John and Karen

John and Karen Celeste are big supporters of Habitat for Humanity Hamilton, but don’t try to give this modest retired couple any credit.

Trading an office for a construction site and loving it: Meet Gail

Gail was confident that Habitat for Humanity Regina would harness her can-do spirit and teach her what she needed to know.

Thank you volunteers!

It's National Volunteer week, and we want to thank some of the amazing volunteers from across the country.