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Habitat for Humanity brings communities together to help working families around the globe build strength, stability and independence through affordable homeownership.  With your support, Habitat for Humanity Sunshine Coast bridges the gap for our local low- income working families by providing them with the opportunity to purchase their own home.  Habitat homeowners work alongside volunteers to help build their home. Our families pay an affordable mortgage geared to their income and contribute 500 volunteer hours. Our 2020 Strategic Plan means that we will serve more people than ever before.

Closing on Sundays - Starting October 6th, 2019

We’d like to thank all of you who support the Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Sechelt by either shopping or donating there. Starting October 6, 2019 we will be closing the ReStore on Sundays.

A Special Thanks to Greenlane Homes!

Habitat for Humanity Sunshine Coast was honored recently at the opening of the Touchstone Discovery Centre in Gibsons. Greenlane Homes presented a cheque for $10,000 to Habitat’s Executive Director, Ronnalee McMahon at the July 10 event.

This donation will be used to install street lighting in our Wilson Creek development – an important part of our mission of providing safe, secure and affordable housing. We look forward to working with Greenlane Homes in the future.

“I like that a little can go a long way. A can of paint can make a difference.”

$20 a month: It suddenly becomes, "Wow, that's really not a lot." It's doable. And it's a call to action. Its specific.
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Our Volunteers

Our volunteers are the backbone of our success. They work on a variety of projects throughout the year.  From home construction and fundraising events to lending a hand in the ReStore or in the office, we can help to create an experience that is just right for you.  If you are 16 years or older, you can click below to complete a volunteer application.  


Helping a family realize their dream of homeownership is simple. It’s as easy as donating your bottles and cans to our recycling program located at Salish Soils, or your couch that doesn’t fit into your new apartment to the ReStore. By doing these small things, you can become a part of a young families journey into self-reliance and independent homeownership.

Our Memories...

From building homes to fundraising, whatever we do, we do it together!

Indigenous families accessed affordable homeownership in 2018
New housing units built in 2018 across Canada
+Volunteers Built Homes Across Canada in 2018
Tons of Product Diverted from Landfills in 2018

With Help From Our Friends...

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