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    Annual Fundraising Campaign

    Habitat for Humanity Moncton Area is looking to support more families in our community by offering the opportunity of homeownership.  In order to make this a reality, and ensure that we ...


Employment Opportunities – Community Development Manager + Executive Director

Habitat for Humanity Moncton Area has two upcoming employment opportunities available. We’re currently looking for applicants who are interested in filling the positions of Executive Director, and Community Development Manager. Executive Director Full-time / Permanent Anticipated start date: TBD Reporting to the Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity – Moncton Area, the Executive Director […]

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Student Employment Opportunities

Habitat for Humanity Moncton Area currently has a number of upcoming job opportunities available. We are currently looking for student applicants to work with us over the summer months in the areas of communications, volunteer coordination, and construction. The duration of the placement will vary between 8 to 14 weeks, at an hourly rate of $10.65-$14.65/hour, […]

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Annual General Meeting: May 28

Notice of Annual General Meeting Amsterdam Inn & Suites May 28, 2016 9:00 AM  Have you ever wanted to know about the inner workings of Habitat for Humanity? Are you interested in our projects? Or want to get involved? Join us at the Amsterdam Inn & Suites, Saturday, May 28 at 9am. We’ll be talking about […]

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2016 Build Layout

Ayer Avenue Groundbreaking Ceremony

Habitat for Humanity Moncton Area is pleased to announce that they will be commencing their 2016 build with an inaugural groundbreaking ceremony May 2, 10am at 24 – 26 Ayer Avenue, Moncton, NB. The media and public are invited to join us on location where Habitat for Humanity Moncton Area will recognize donors and community leaders […]

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Happy National Volunteer Week

Habitat homes wouldn’t be possible without the support of our dedicated staff and volunteers. We want to thank you for your commitment over the years. Now is the time to sign-up for our 2016 build, scheduled to start May 16. Please consider joining our build team. Sign-up: www.ongozah.com/habitatmoncton

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Become a 2016 Build Volunteer

Habitat for Humanity Moncton Area is currently planning for it’s 2016 build. We’re looking for individuals, community groups, and businesses to join our team of volunteers. No experience is necessary. Our team experts will be on-site to give direction and make sure you’re experience is memorable. If you think that you’re ready for the challenge please […]

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2015 Meaning of Home Contest Winner

Habitat for Humanity Moncton Area was pleased to be the recipient of a $5000 grant from Genworth Canada thanks to the hard work Meera, a grade 6 student at Bessborough School in Moncton. Meera submitted an entry in the 2015 “Meaning of Home” annual writing contest put on by Genworth.  Of the 5000 entries across Canada […]

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Volunteer with Habitat Moncton

Habitat for Humanity Moncton Area is a volunteer driven organization. We rely on volunteers to help us in many different ways, including at our building sites, at the ReStore, on committees, and with special events. Now it’s easier to sign-up for a volunteer shift with the help of Ongozah. Ongozah is an online platform that helps with volunteer […]

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Families Wanted

Habitat for Humanity Moncton Area is looking for families who are ready for the challenge of home ownership. Two families will be selected for our 2016 build and application are currently being accepted. If you or someone you know has a steady, total household income between $30,000 and $51,000 annually, can provide an acceptable credit […]

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Project Alyssa’s House

Habitat for Humanity Moncton Area is proud to be working with the community of Baie-Sainte-Anne on a new home for Alyssa Sippley. In December 2014, 10-year-old Alyssa lost parts of her arms and legs to a rare infection and her family home can no longer accommodate her needs. A group of community volunteers, led by […]

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