To serve you better Habitat for Humanity has started a new donation receipt policy. If you would like to donate items and receive a tax receipt at the ReStore you will now be given a donor number and every time you make a donation big or small, you just tell the volunteer your donor number and each item will be marked with your number. When your item sells we will record the amount it sold for and keep track of your total.
At the end of each year we will issue you a tax receipt for you total and send it in the mail.
You may be pleasantly surprised how small donations will add up by the end of the year.
Thank You everyone for your support, all proceeds from the items you donate help build homes right here in your community.
Please don’t hesitate to call if you have any questions
Habitat for Humanity
It is through the generosity of individuals and corporate partners such as these that permits charitable organizations to realize their goals and objectives. By providing this opportunity to Habitat for Humanity you are helping provide a safe, decent and affordable home for a Habitat family your community. Your gesture is greatly appreciated and much valued. Once again Thank You!!
Shelter. Comfort. Family.
“Home” can mean many things to many people. Habitat for Humanity Canada and Genworth Canada are asking students in grade 4, 5 and 6 across Canada to tell us what “home” means to them by entering the Meaning of Home Contest. By entering, students have the chance to make a difference in their community. Genworth Canada will donate $5.00 CAD to the Habitat affiliate closest to the entrant’s city of residence. Every participant also has a chance to win the top prize which consists of a $60,000 donation from Genworth Canada to the Habitat affiliate of their choice, as well as 5 runner-up prizes of $5000 donations to Habitat affiliates. That’s not all! The winner also gets to host a pizza party for their entire school, and runners-up get a pizza party for their classroom, in addition to other great prizes. – See more at: http://meaningofhome.ca/#sthash.K2ygvWZm.dpuf