Maclean’s recently published its ranking of the best charities in Canada, and Habitat Niagara was in the top 100 for a second year in a row.
With 84,000 registered charities across the country, Maclean’s assessed how hundreds of Canada’s major charities compare on two key criteria: what they do with each donated dollar, and how transparent they are about it. To identify Canada’s best list, they started with a list of more than 700 charities analyzed by Charity Intelligence.
“Our staff, volunteers and Board of Directors take pride in supporting Habitat Niagara,” said Mark Carl, Habitat Niagara, CEO. “Their hard work and dedication is clearly recognized in being ranked one of Canada’s top charities for a second year in a row. I am extremely proud of this organization and the people who put their heart and soul into it.”
By the end of this year, Habitat Niagara will finish the construction of its 65th home in Niagara, serving 71 families and creating stable and secure housing for 248 children.