National writing contest
Writing for a great cause - all students in grade 4,5 & 6 can submit a poem that expresses what home means to them. Each poem raises $5 and the winner gets to direct $60K toward the build of a home. Read more...
- Do you have between 1,000-4,000 sq ft of open space, with high ceilings, that we can use to run our Crew Leaders Training courses, and store building supplies? (Warehouse, retail, school, church, commercial, training center, etc). Open to all offers. Please contact email@example.com
. Will provide Certificate of Insurance, and charitable receipt as required.
Our biggest build project
- On June 16th we broke ground on a complex of 12 townhouses and one wheelchair-accessible home at 1025 Glendor Ave. and 1331 Plains Rd. East, Burlington Read more...
Excellence in Retailing Award 2014 - ReStore:
for the "corporate and social responsibility award
" for the 2nd year in a row. Read more...
Oakville Student’s Essay for Genworth Canada’s "Meaning of Home" Contest Raises $60,000 for Habitat for Humanity Halton. Read More...
, Media coverage...
and Photo gallery
Seventy-five affordable new homes
for Halton families over the next five years - it's an ambitious goal, but one John Gerrard is determined to reach. Read More...
Keys Open Dream Home -
The De Koning family gathered with friends, neighbours and community supporters to celebrate new opportunities in their Oakville community. On Saturday, Aug. 9, the family of four became the 21st family to purchase an affordable home with Habitat for Humanity Halton and the third to move into a Habitat home in Oakville. Read more
and view the cermony photo gallery
Another happy Habitat Halton family takes possession of their home on Appleby Line & Corporate Dr., Burlington. Here is the photo gallery
Two years after being approved for the Habitat for Humanity Halton’s HomeOwnership program, Carmine Palumbo of Burlington can now proudly call himself a homeowner... read more
. Here is the photo gallery
of the event. Photo credits to Maude Leger.
Representatives of CIPH gathered with leaders of Habitat for Humanity Halton and Canada
on Tuesday to mark the groundbreaking of a new affordable home build project in Burlington. Read the full article
and be sure to view the photo gallery