Current Projects

Learn About Habitat for Humanity Nova Scotia’s Current Builds

Explore Habitat for Humanity Nova Scotia’s current projects and initiatives aimed at helping families in Nova Scotia build strength, stability and independence through affordable homeownership.

New Glasgow Build

Habitat for Humanity will start a home build project on Louis Road in New Glasgow, with an anticipated ground-breaking date in June. Through the collaborative efforts of volunteers, donors, community partners and Habitat partner families, we will lay the foundation for better, healthier lives for a family in Pictou County.

Upper Tantallon Wildfire Relief Build

In May 2023, Phil and Sue’s lives were turned upside down when wildfires broke out in Upper Tantallon. Their home of ten years was destroyed, and, to make matters worse, an issue with their oil tank had caused their home insurance company to deny coverage, leaving them without any financial recourse. Amid the emotional turmoil of losing their home, the couple faced the additional challenge of finding new housing in a market marked by soaring rents and low vacancy. Habitat for Humanity Nova Scotia is joining forces with the Canadian Red Cross and United Way to help Phil and Sue rebuild after more than a year of being displaced. Together, with your support, we can help Phil and Sue rebuild their lives, restore their sense of security and create a brighter future for themselves and their community.

Where We Build

Habitat for Humanity Nova Scotia is committed to building safe, decent, and affordable housing for families across Nova Scotia. While we are open to building in all communities in Nova Scotia, we are focus on areas where the need and opportunity for affordable housing is greatest.

How to Get Involved

Find out how you can support our current projects through volunteering, donations and community partnerships.

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