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Families Wanted!

Families wanted in Bouctouche, Port Elgin and Rogersville… These homes need families in them! Habitat for Humanity Moncton is looking to partner with 4 families from these local communities. If you are interested in becoming a family partner with us check out how to qualify in the homeownership tab of this website!    

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Carter Work Project 2017

This summer, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and former First Lady Rosalynn Carter will be in Canada for Habitat for Humanity’s 34th Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project. The goal? To help build 150 homes for Canada’s 150th anniversary of confederation – Habitat Canada’s biggest build project ever! Everyone in Canada has the right to […]

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Canada Day Hours

From everyone at Habitat Moncton, we hope you all have a wonderful Canada Day weekend. Our Restore located at 950 Mountain Rd. will be closed for the entire day on Saturday, July 1st. We will be open again on Monday, July 3rd.  Happy Birthday Canada! #Canada150  

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Book To Build

Travelling this summer? From June 23-July 9, participating Choice Hotels across the country will be donating to Habitat for Humanity Canada with every stay. When you stay at a Choice Hotel, you will be helping provide more Canadian families with the strength, stability and independence they need to build a better life for themselves and […]

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We are seeking future homeowners in the following communities: PORT ELGIN BOUCTOUCHE ROGERSVILLE Please contact Chantal Landry, Executive Director, for more information at or 384-4663 Please click on the homeownership link for how it works.

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We’re Moving!

The Habitat for Humanity Moncton Area ReStore will be relocating to 950 Mountain Rd. over the next few months! We are currently seeking volunteers to help with the moving process and with the new ReStore once it opens. If you are interested in volunteering, please visit our ReStore volunteer page  for more information. We are excited […]

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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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