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You can make a difference with Habitat for Humanity in Medicine Hat

With the help of sponsors, donors, community partners and volunteers just like you, we build affordable homes and sell them to local families with no down payment, no interest, and customized monthly payments.

Affordable home ownership allows families to save more, invest in education, live in healthier environments and have more financial stability.

Habitat for Humanity has a history of over 20 years in Medicine Hat. A Habitat ReStore has thrived in the community for nearly 10 years. A volunteer committee works to raise awareness, funds and engage with homeowners.

A new duplex is underway on Southlands Drive and is expected to be complete in Spring 2021.

How you can help

Volunteer

Give your time at the Medicine Hat ReStore, help with special events and fundraisers, or
join our local chapter.

Make a donation

Donate funds or donate your pre-loved furniture, appliances, home decor or building materials to the Medicine Hat ReStore.

Shop

Shop at the Medicine Hat ReStore and feel good knowing the proceeds from your purchase are helping families through Habitat.

Connect

Follow us on Facebook or Instagram for updates and opportunities to get involved.

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Questions? Get in touch

 

Our Committee Members

Calvin Nordlee

Co-chair

Amber Hanson

Co-chair, Family Services, and Social Media

Abbey Marie Rehm

Secretary/Treasurer 

Solenn Uguen 

Families/Social Media 

Warren Appell

Construction

Annette Andreas

Construction

Selena Lapp

Volunteer Coordinator

Linda Otte

Casino Chair

 

"This home is a new beginning for my kids and I. I can't thank our friends, family and community enough for helping us secure what we needed for this incredible opportunity.

- arienne, homeowner in brooks

 

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