The Meaning of Home contest gives grade 4, 5 & 6 students a concrete way to make a difference in this community and all they need is a pencil and paper.
Trusty volunteer Terry shows us his perspective of the Habitat for Humanity Waterloo Region Build Site
For Jane and her family, the work they put into their home and the value they see in Habitat for Humanity Waterloo Region means everything to them.
Every year, Habitat for Humanity releases an impact report which helps the public, potential donors, volunteers and families understand the importance of the foundation, as well as quantifying the results of the hard work and donations of the supporters.
Working on builds like Kehl Street with Habitat for Humanity is an opportunity to strengthen a community, and provide volunteers an education and experience they will never forget.
Volunteer Services Coordinator - Build Site - contract
Community Outreach Associate
The first ever Habitat for Humanity Waterloo Region build project in 1988-1989 was a home renovation on 14 Devon Street in Kitchener, Ontario.
Habitat for Humanity Waterloo Region completed their very first rural project with a house dedication on May 31. Wellesley resident Larry Bisch instigated the project over a year and a half ago when he approached Habitat for Humanity Waterloo Region with the plans for a semi-detached on a lot he owned.
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