Meaning of Home Grade Six Runner-Up!

We are thrilled to reveal the grade 6 runner-up winner of Habitat Canada’s 2024 Meaning of Home contest! This year, Rihanna Robin has touched our hearts with her beautiful poem […]

Donor Spotlight: Aaron Robinson

Aaron Robinson started working in real estate to help people. When he joined the Realtors® Community Foundation, he realized the tremendous impact their support had in his own community. Here’s […]

Gerry’s volunteer story

After retiring, Gerry was looking for a place to spend his newfound free time. ReStore offered the perfect spot to volunteer and utilize his skills. These days, Gerry spends his […]

Habitat’s 50/50 raffle!

Here’s your chance to win up to $10,000 with Habitat for Humanity Edmonton’s online 50/50 raffle! Proceeds from the raffle will help families build strength, stability, and independence through affordable […]

Boost your donation by $20 this month!

This month, you can increase the impact of your gift with CanadaHelps’ Make it Monthly campaign. Throughout March, CanadaHelps will make an extra $20 donation for every new monthly gift […]

Homeowner Services moves locations

Effective February 6, 2024, Habitat for Humanity Edmonton’s Homeowner Services will be operating from the Habitat Centre at 8210 Yellowhead Trail NW, Edmonton. We are excited to have all our […]

Habitat Edmonton’s Holiday 50/50 Raffle

Habitat Edmonton congratulates our holiday 50/50 raffle winner, Colin Mackenzie! He won a total of $8,500 with winning ticket #D-7603. Every 50/50 ticket purchased for this raffle will empower families […]

12 Days of ReStore Contest

Thank you so much for playing the 12 Days of ReStore Contest! As a token of our appreciation, listen to our OWN version of The 12 Days of Christmas (with […]

Volunteering in all corners of Habitat

Meet John, one of Habitat Edmonton’s longtime volunteers. John’s journey with Habitat began in 2011, when he noticed an advertisement for volunteers on a Habitat Edmonton build site. He was […]

Why Larry loves volunteering at ReStore 

Larry was newly retired and looking for ways to fill his time. He had learned about ReStore and inquired about volunteering, but decided it was the place for him when […]

Krystle’s long road to homeownership

The night of July 18, Krystle laid in bed wide awake, too excited to sleep. It was raining, but the overcast skies didn’t darken her bright and sunny attitude because […]

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Today, Habitat Edmonton observed National Day for Truth and Reconciliation at our ReStore. We welcomed an elder who delivered a teaching, traditional dancers, drummers, and traditional beading was available to […]

Chuck’s love for ReStore

When Chuck isn’t working on and showing off his 1921 Ford Model T, you can find him supporting several charitable organizations. Chuck regularly donates blood and visits seniors’ homes to […]

A Family’s Life Transformed

When Wendy reflects on life before she owned her Habitat home, she can hardly believe how much has changed. When she first came to Canada and settled in Edson, finding […]

Municipal Leaders Build

With World Habitat Day around the corner, municipal leaders from across the capital region convened to lend their hands framing a basement on the Orest Myckan Legacy Build. They saw […]

Building affordable homeownership together

For over a decade, the REALTORS® Community Foundation (RCF) has supported Habitat Edmonton. With their help, Habitat Edmonton has empowered hundreds of families to take control of their future and […]

Habitat’s Buy Back program

Habitat’s Buy Back program: how Habitat Edmonton amplifies our impact and generational change. At Habitat Edmonton, we empower families to make positive, generational changes through affordable homeownership. By providing a […]

Volunteering That Drives Positive Change

Three years ago, Joe received an invitation from a friend to volunteer at Habitat for Humanity ReStore. Little did he know that a single day of volunteering would turn into […]

Amy’s Journey to Independence

Amy and her daughter, Isabelle, lived in low-income housing in Grande Prairie, Alberta. The longer Amy spent in her apartment, the more she realized it was not where she wanted […]

Donna’s and Albert’s journey to empowerment

Donna and Albert sat on the floor of their empty apartment, filled with excitement and anticipation about moving. Having just received keys to their Habitat home, all their possessions were […]