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March's Habitat Minute - A big thank you to Brittany Broderson of Coast TV 

...and to all the volunteers at the ReStore

 

Celebrating our 1st Habitat Minute 

A big thank you to Brittany Broderson of Coast TV and to all the volunteers at the Gala

 


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July
  • 01

    Canada Day in Sechelt

    10:30 am-5:00 pm
    2017-07-01

    Come join us in celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday with a parade in Sechelt at 10:30, with the celebrations continuing at Hackett Park! Our play house draw is still going on, come to Hackett Park to get your name in the draw before it’s too late!

  • 09

    Carter Work Project 2017

    All day
    2017-07-09-2017-07-17

    The 2017 Carter Work Project will be held at sites across Canada July 9-14, 2017. The two main build sites will be hosted by Habitat Edmonton in Alberta and Habitat Manitoba in Winnipeg. President and Mrs. Carter and hundreds of volunteers will help 150 families across Canada, including Indigenous families, access affordable homeownership.

    For over 30 years, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and former first lady Rosalynn Carter have traveled across the world with Habitat for Humanity and thousands of volunteers, donating their time and voices to build and improve homes alongside Habitat homeowners. Their time and effort helps raise awareness of the critical need for affordable homeownership, and how Habitat helps homeowners achieve the strength, stability and self-reliance they need to build a better life for themselves and their families.

    Since 1984, Habitat for Humanity’s Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project has drawn nearly 100,000 enthusiastic volunteers who have rolled up their sleeves to help build or improve homes in partnership with families in need of affordable housing. Together with the Carters, these volunteers have built, renovated or repaired more than 4,000 homes in 14 countries.

  • 09

    2017 Sunshine Coast Village Key Ceremony

    12:00 pm-3:00 pm
    2017-07-09
    Habitat Sunshine Coast Village
    4399-4427 Sunshine Coast Hwy, Sechelt, BC V0N 3A1, Canada

    Canada marks its 150th anniversary of Confederation in 2017, and in recognition of this milestone, the Carter Work Project will build 150 homes alongside 150 future Habitat homeowners. Across Canada, from coast to coast, Habitat volunteers will be helping families build the strength, stability and independence they need to build a better life for themselves
    On July 9, 2017 Habitat for Humanity Sunshine Coast will be hosting its tenth and eleventh Key Ceremonies as we welcome our newest families into their homes.
    We hope you can join us!

     

  • 10

    Carter Work Project 2017

    All day
    2017-07-10-2017-07-17

    The 2017 Carter Work Project will be held at sites across Canada July 9-14, 2017. The two main build sites will be hosted by Habitat Edmonton in Alberta and Habitat Manitoba in Winnipeg. President and Mrs. Carter and hundreds of volunteers will help 150 families across Canada, including Indigenous families, access affordable homeownership.

    For over 30 years, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and former first lady Rosalynn Carter have traveled across the world with Habitat for Humanity and thousands of volunteers, donating their time and voices to build and improve homes alongside Habitat homeowners. Their time and effort helps raise awareness of the critical need for affordable homeownership, and how Habitat helps homeowners achieve the strength, stability and self-reliance they need to build a better life for themselves and their families.

    Since 1984, Habitat for Humanity’s Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project has drawn nearly 100,000 enthusiastic volunteers who have rolled up their sleeves to help build or improve homes in partnership with families in need of affordable housing. Together with the Carters, these volunteers have built, renovated or repaired more than 4,000 homes in 14 countries.

  • 11

    Carter Work Project 2017

    All day
    2017-07-11-2017-07-17

    The 2017 Carter Work Project will be held at sites across Canada July 9-14, 2017. The two main build sites will be hosted by Habitat Edmonton in Alberta and Habitat Manitoba in Winnipeg. President and Mrs. Carter and hundreds of volunteers will help 150 families across Canada, including Indigenous families, access affordable homeownership.

    For over 30 years, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and former first lady Rosalynn Carter have traveled across the world with Habitat for Humanity and thousands of volunteers, donating their time and voices to build and improve homes alongside Habitat homeowners. Their time and effort helps raise awareness of the critical need for affordable homeownership, and how Habitat helps homeowners achieve the strength, stability and self-reliance they need to build a better life for themselves and their families.

    Since 1984, Habitat for Humanity’s Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project has drawn nearly 100,000 enthusiastic volunteers who have rolled up their sleeves to help build or improve homes in partnership with families in need of affordable housing. Together with the Carters, these volunteers have built, renovated or repaired more than 4,000 homes in 14 countries.

2017 Habitat Gala – Black and White Soiree

Our 2017 Gala was a roaring success!  The guests, food and the live auction were a lot of fun!  Please enjoy the pictures of the event.  If you’d like to view the presentation slide show, click here. Here are our guests, all pictures taken by photographer Duane Barnett of The Local Newspaper. And here are…

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What does ‘home’ mean to you?

Who better to ask what the concept of home means than children? Genworth Canada, in conjunction with Habitat for Humanity, is asking students in grades 4, 5, and 6 to share their stories, videos and poems in the Meaning of Home Contest. The winning student will receive a $50,000 donation towards a Habitat build of…

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I Hope I Never Forget

by , Executive Director HFHSC One night while I was reading online news stories, I came across a piece that stirred in me an overwhelming emotional response. The story was about a man in Clayton Heights, B.C., who was lobbying the local municipal government to have basement suites deemed illegal and to not allow renters…

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