Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn will be in Canada in 2017 for Habitat for Humanity’s 34th Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project to help build 150 homes for Canada’s 150th anniversary – Habitat Canada’s biggest build project ever!
Everyone in Canada has the right to a safe, affordable and decent place to live in and yet so many families do not have that. By supporting the Carter Work Project, Canadians can help build a more caring nation through volunteering – where neighbours help neighbours build homes that provide a safe and affordable foundation for a better life. President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn will be focusing their efforts in Edmonton, Alberta and Winnipeg, Manitoba but the Carter Work Project will be a country-wide effort, with over 40 communities in every province and territory in Canada helping us reach our goal of building 150 homes. Habitat for Humanity Ontario Gateway North is a proud participating affiliate!
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. Follow us on social media!Keep up to date on what’s happening by following Habitat Canada on Facebook and Twitter.
Donate today and help us build 150 homes!
You can choose to donate to Habitat Canada, or your local Habitat that is participating in the Carter Work Project. Sponsor the Carter Work Project For companies and organizations, we still have some great sponsorship opportunities.
Bookmark this website and check back – we’ll be posting more information on local volunteer opportunities in early 2017.