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Genworth Canada Meaning of Home Contest
October 1 to November 10, 2014
The Meaning of Home contest challenges youth in Grades 4 - 6 to write a short composition or poem that expresses what they "love" most about their home, with the winner receiving a $60,000 grant to be directed to the Habitat affiliate of their choice.
For more information, please visit www.meaningofhome.ca.
Youth Build: #GenYBuilds
Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014
Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014
Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014
Friday, Nov, 21, 2014
Youth Build: #GenYBuilds! has been generously sponsored by Genworth Canada and is a program designed for young adults ages 18-25 to discover purpose and get involved in the communities where they live.
Participants are invited to work on the construction of a new Habitat home alongside homeowners and other volunteers. They will learn valuable leadership skills and, most importantly, help a family in need achieve homeownership.
#GenYBuilds is open to groups on four dates throughout November. If you, or someone you know, would like to get involved, please contact us by e-mail.
We would like to thank our volunteers for their continued dedication and support. They give their time in many ways on the construction sites, at our ReStores, and at special events. The effects of their kindness are far-reaching.
Here is a video of two of our volunteers at our Montgomery Build site on why they volunteer with us:
Community Vision Award 2014
The 2014 Community Vision Award was presented to Julie Tomas, who has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity for the past six years.
Each year, First Calgary Financial awards the Community Vision Award to an individual who betters the lives of Calgarians through volunteerism. Our Community Vision Award recipient receives $1,000 to be donated to a charity of their choice. Watch this video to see why she deserved recognition!
Habitat for Humanty Southern Alberta's ReNewal Program
Photo © Dean Mullin
The ReNewal Program is an initiative designed to assist with repairs to homes damaged by the flooding in Calgary, High River and surrounding areas. It helps homeowners who have been impacted by disaster to meet basic home repair needs and helps return families to their homes with dignity and pride.
Read more about the impact of the Alberta Flood on HFHSA and what we are doing, click here.
Charitable Registration Number: 13582 0496 RR0001