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goal: to serve at least three families per year

Habitat for Humanity Kingston Limestone Region is serving at least three families every year as part of our 2020 Board Vision.

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2019 Projects

Good Shepherd Legacy Project: Final Phase

The Anglican Diocese of Ontario and Habitat for Humanity Kingston Limestone Region will be partnering with 6 families to build three duplexes and a community centre on Cowdy Street, Kingston. We are looking for community organizations, volunteers, families, and sponsors to help us carry this project successfully. Click here to learn more.

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2020 Projects

Rose Abbey Drive & Gore Road, Kingston

The City of Kingston donated this piece of municipal land to Habitat for Humanity Kingston Limestone Region (Habitat). City staff have explored the possibility of using or selling this land for a more traditional affordable housing rental project. Based on the type of zoning on the property which allows for only four units, the larger style of housing units to be constructed and the characteristics of the residential neighbourhood, it was determined that partnering with Habitat for affordable home ownership is the best approach. Habitat’s approach to development will result in a project that will be compatible with the neighbourhood, ensure appropriate value to low income families, and introduce an affordable housing project in Pittsburgh District that will assist in achieving the Council Strategic Priority of increasing affordable housing options in the city. Make sure to sign up a volunteer form, follow us on social media or join our newsletter to stay updated on news!

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our families

Roblin Build

“Our story dictates we are not afraid of doing what it takes,” Rachel shared. “After having an open discussion with our [children] we are committed as an entire family.”

The build project is now complete and the family is happily settling into their new home.

Cowdy Build- Phase I

“Home is a place where we can be ourselves…a place where my daughter can dance and play her music and be just a kid,” Kaye Moedt shared.

This unit was part of the Good Shepherd Legacy Project and the family is currently settled in their new home.

Cowdy Build- Phase I

“A place where I can hang my hat and call it home after a long day of work,” shared Nathan Lovelace when asked what home meant to him.

This unit was part of the Good Shepherd Legacy Project and the family is currently settled in their new home.

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Everything that we accomplish at Habitat for Humanity Kingston Limestone Region wouldn’t be possible without the help of many individuals who have made donations of all types. We thank you for your contributions of monetary, material, or land donations.

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Habitat for Humanity Kingston Limestone Region is always recruiting volunteers for upcoming builds and other projects. Visit our Volunteer page to learn about the different ways in which you can volunteer, or simply fill out your application online!

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