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August 13, 2020

Habitat homeownership program provided financial stability during family loss

Julie moved into her Habitat for Humanity Niagara home in 2000, after the original homeowner moved out and sold it back to Habitat. The house was built in 1997 and was the third house the charity built when they began building homes across Niagara in…
August 12, 2020

Charity car wash raises money to build homes

The morning of Friday, August 7th, Habitat for Humanity Niagara's St. Catharines ReStore partnered with Supreme Suds Niagara and hosted a charity car wash and barbeque at the ReStore's Bunting Road parking lot. The professionals at Supreme Suds…
July 17, 2020

How to renovate your kitchen on a budget

The average kitchen renovation costs more than $60,000, putting it out of reach for many homeowners. But fear not – it is possible to renovate your kitchen on a budget. If a budget kitchen renovation sounds more realistic to you, here are some…
July 16, 2020

Community support helps families achieve homeownership

We know that the most important way for families to gain stability and self-reliance is when they own their own homes. Every day, more and more families find themselves in a struggle to keep a decent roof over their heads. The COVID-19 pandemic brought…
July 14, 2020

Meg’s masks bring smiles to Habitat staff

Megan Dunscombe started her vinyl printing company, Made by Meg, over a year ago printing custom shirts, sweaters, stickers and other items for individuals and businesses all over Canada. Meg had purchased face masks for her business and her dad, Trevor,…