Recently, we decided to temporarily shut down our three ReStores in order to help keep our community safe due to COVID-19. However, we are proud to share that the ReStore team has been busy making the in-store experience safe and enjoyable for you, our shoppers, donors, and volunteers. Visit us in-store or on Facebook to … Continue reading Our ReStores are safely reopening to serve you
Habitat for Humanity Wellington Dufferin Guelph (Habitat WDG) has announced that the Fergus Habitat ReStore – located at 927-900 Tower Street South – has recently reopened to shoppers. Habitat ReStores sell new and gently used furniture, appliances, building supplies and home accessories. The store, which will be operating under modified hours, will also be accepting … Continue reading Habitat ReStores to reopen to shoppers
Interview with Jenny Hughes, Chair, Family Services Committee, with Rogers tv’s Jan Hamilton about the impact of the pandemic on Habitat for Humanity Wellington Dufferin Guelph.
Dear supporters, We at Habitat for Humanity Wellington Dufferin Guelph have been closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and continue to observe recommendations. Our first priority is the continued safety of our employees, volunteers, customers, and donors. Public health officials continue to advise that social distancing is the most effective strategy to prevent the spread of … Continue reading April is here: What Habitat WDG is doing now
An update from our CEO: Keeping you informed Dear friends, In light of recent developments regarding COVID-19, Habitat for Humanity Wellington Dufferin Guelph has decided to temporarily close our three ReStore locations. We have also halted all planned Build Day activity on our Cityview Village build site. As a charitable organization, we depend our ReStore … Continue reading An update from our CEO: keeping you informed
A message from our CEO: Navigating COVID-19 Dear friends, In this time of concern, I want to share how much Habitat for Humanity Wellington Dufferin Guelph values the well-being of the community of which we are a part. We are monitoring developments around COVID-19. We are taking an active role in ensuring that the health … Continue reading Navigating COVID-19
A proud supporter for over ten years! According to Mike Gilles, President of Tacoma Engineers, ” Our concept of housing and engineering are well-aligned with Habitat for Humanity Wellington Dufferin Guelph.” From the time Tacoma’s management team decided to make Habitat WDG their charity of choice, their staff were thoroughly engaged. They have enjoyed being … Continue reading Tacoma Engineers Inc.
The Co-operators have been supporters of Habitat WDG since 2009, but have really increased their impact recently – pledging over $100,000 in the past four years! This exceptional partnership is based on the importance of employee volunteerism – with over 100 volunteers supporting Habitat WDG projects in each year! “As a co-operative, we’re committed to … Continue reading The Co-operators
Affordable housing dollars to start flowing soon, says new minister of Families, Children and Social Development Canadians expect all parties to work together to combat issues like chronic homelessness and a shortage of affordable housing, said the federal government’s new minister of Families, Children and Social Development during a trip to Guelph Monday.
Habitat for Humanity Canada kicks off “Meaning of Home” national student writing contest Toronto, ON This year’s Meaning of Home contest launched yesterday, with submissions accepted online and by mail from students in Grades 4, 5 and 6 on what home means to them from January 6 to February 21, 2020.Founded by Genworth Canada in … Continue reading Meaning of Home contest kicks off