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30yearshelpingfamilies

Celebrating 30 years of helping families in Southern Alberta

Since 1990, more than 300 families have become homeowners in Calgary, Okotoks, Medicine Hat, Olds and Pincher Creek – just to name a few.

Watch our 30th Anniversary video.

Shop at a ReStore

Shop at our social enterprise: the Habitat for Humanity ReStores

Find furniture, appliances, building materials and more, all at discounted prices!

We have locations in Calgary and in Medicine Hat. Find the nearest location.

Every Kid Campaign results

Because of your generosity, we surpassed our $30,000 fundraising goal!

Thank you for supporting the Every Kid Campaign.

If you haven't already, read David and Myriam's story to see an example of your impact.

ReStore Calgary

every donation and every purchase

helps cover Habitat’s overhead costs so donations can go directly toward helping more families achieve home ownership.

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every gift

makes a difference in Southern Alberta.

every gift helps families

every home

provides a foundation for a better future.

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Habitat for Humanity brings the community together to help families build strength, stability and independence through affordable home ownership.

With the help of sponsors, donors, community partners and volunteers, we build homes alongside future Habitat homeowners to provide a solid foundation for better, healthier futures.

Families purchase their homes with no down payment and no interest, and mortgage payments never exceed more than 25 percent of each family’s total household income. These monthly payments are pooled together and used to build more homes for more families, so each family is helping another family become a homeowner and paying it forward.

Since 1990, we have partnered with nearly 300 families across southern Alberta, affecting the lives of more than 800 children.