Habitat Manitoba's Impact in the Community

  • In 2024, Habitat Manitoba plans to complete 23 homes across Manitoba and in Kenora, ON. In 2023, 19 Habitat Partner families in Winnipeg, Brandon, Dauphin, Landmark, Morden, Portage La Prairie and Winkler received keys to their new homes.

  • Your generous support directly impacts the number of families we serve and the homes we can build each year in Manitoba. Habitat Manitoba relies on four sources of revenue to continue building homes for low-income families in the homeownership program: fundraising through events, programs and campaigns, partnerships with various organizations, government support, revenue from the three ReStore locations, and mortgage payments from existing homeowners.

  • Through Habitat Manitoba’s affordable homeownership program, we offer families a hand up, empowering them to build strength, stability and self-reliance. Meet some of the incredible the families here.

Efficiency Manitoba and Habitat for Humanity Manitoba Announce Collaboration

Efficiency Manitoba and Habitat for Humanity Manitoba (Habitat Manitoba) are proud to announce the signing of a collaboration agreement to jointly pursue energy use reductions in homes. This partnership between Manitoba’s Crown corporation for energy efficiency and the affordable housing organization will enable the construction, operation, and maintenance of energy-efficient housing for low-income homeowners throughout the province, leading to lower living costs for Habitat Partner families.

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