Tina and Niu had been living in a basement suite for nine years, sharing the work in the garden and looking after the place when their landlords were away.
Gemina is a hard-working mother who has put everything into giving her fifteen-year-old daughter Jancis a better life.
It’s National Volunteer Week and this year’s theme, Volunteering Is Empathy In Action, affirms the strong connection between volunteerism and empathy, which our volunteers have in spades!
Opening the doors to their new, affordable Habitat homes. These families include seniors, singles and couples who pay an affordable mortgage geared to their income.
To her children, Nancy is an inspiration… a courageous single mother who persevered to support her three kids and give them the best life possible.
For Chantel, home is an intergenerational gift. A gift she will pass on to her children, whom she hopes will later pass on to her grandchildren, and then her great-grandchildren after that.
Charmaine and Melody's family had to move homes nine different times. They decided to apply to Habitat Windsor-Essex, were overcome with joy when months later their application was approved.
Sadie and daughters Raeanne and Janna have spent the past few years living in her parents’ home on the Halalt First Nation Territory, in extremely tight quarters, with Sadie and Janna sharing a room.
On May 14, Habitat for Humanity Canada held its virtual annual general meeting, which included celebrating the achievements of local Habitats during its national award announcements.