Habitat for Humanity Waterloo Region is proud to be a part of Habitat for Humanity’s 34th Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project (July 9 - 14th) – Habitat for Humanity Canada’s biggest build project ever – to help build 150 homes with 150 families for Canada’s 150th anniversary in 2017.
The Carter Work Project will take place in every province and territory, and over 40 communities including Kehl St. and Wellesley builds, with former U.S. President and Mrs. Carter focusing their efforts in Edmonton, Alberta, and in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Habitat Waterloo Region is partnering with Habitat for Humanity Canada, Habitat for Humanity International and the Carters to help bring this project to Canada by committing to build homes to help reach the goal of 150 homes. Thousands of volunteers will be helping to build alongside future Habitat homeowners right across the country, and HabitatWR is excited to be a part of this Canada-wide project to bring affordable home ownership to more families in need.
Get Involved today:
The Carter Work Project is about neighbours helping neighbours. This is your chance to get involved and help Habitat for Humanity Canada mark Canada’s 150th anniversary by building 150 homes. Whether it’s sharing on Facebook, volunteering or donating to help us build homes across Canada, we need your help to make the 2017 Carter Work Project a success.
It takes the incredible commitment of sponsors, donors and community partners alike to make this project possible. We thank the early supporters of the 34th Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project for their commitment to 150 families across Canada. We have great sponsorship opportunities for companies and organizations. Tie your name to this exciting project. To learn more, contact our Vice President of Development, Jerry Lawlor.
To schedule yourself for a build day; contact our Manager of Volunteers, Janine Armstrong. A limited number of spaces are available at each location (Kehl & Wellesley build sites). If you are placed on the waiting list, you will be notified as soon as possible if a space becomes available.
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. JOIN US.