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  • Haultain Crossing

    Haultain Crossing will be a new beginning for 62 Regina families and we are looking forward to partnerships with the community, families, volunteers and corporate partners over the next 5 years as we complete these homes.

  • 200K Women Build

    200 women will fund and build two homes with Habitat for Humanity Regina in the year ahead. Read More +

  • Travel with Global Village

    Join Habitat for Humanity Regina and embark on a life changing Global Village trip. Read More +

  • Mountie House

    Mountie House is an extraordinary partnership between the employees of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) "Depot" Division and Habitat for Humanity Regina to build affordable homes for deserving families in the community. Read More +

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  • Hiring a Director of Build

    Habitat for Humanity Regina is a… Read More +

  • Haultain School Time Capsule Opened

    The discovery of a time capsule… Read More +

  • ReStore is Hiring

    We are looking for a Receiving… Read More +

  • World Habitat Day

    October 6, 2014 is World Habitat… Read More +

  • We're Hiring a Volunteer Coordinator

    Habitat Regina is hiring a Volunteer… Read More +

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Federated Cooperatives Ltd Donate

Habitat for Humanity Regina has received a huge donation of of bolts, wood screws, door hinges and cabinet hardware from Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL), which is sharing its overall in-kind donation valued at $750,000 with Habitat affiliates throughout the West. Approximately 2,000 different types of hardware products filling up six semi-trailer units made up the overall donation. The items came from more than 150 Co-op Home Centres throughout Western Canada as a result of a vendor switch-over during the last few months. The items donated to Habitat for Humanity Regina are now in stock at the ReStore in Regina located at 1740 Broder Street. (Turn east on 9th Avenue off of Winnipeg Street, then south on Broder.) Money generated from ReStore sales goes towards financing the construction of new homes as well as covering administrative costs. This allows Habitat for Humanity to put 100% of cash donations into building new homes for deserving families. FCL's one-time gift of $750,000 is the company's largest made on behalf of retail co-operatives across Western Canada. Thank you Federated Cooperatives Limited.