Tiny Home, Big Impact
We are working with any school in the Halton Region and City of Mississauga. Connecting the high school curriculum to a practical learning opportunity that fosters social conscience and delivers outcomes that will make a difference in the life of a local family, makes this an ideal secondary school student initiative.
Ready to build one together?
- Homes built within a single school year
- Available to any school in the Halton Region and City of Mississauga
- In 2022, in partnership with Habitat Grey Bruce and the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation community, the tiny homes built over the school year will provide housing in their community in the Bruce Peninsula.
Benefits of building with us
- Hands-on experience for teachers and students
- All materials paid for by Habitat for Humanity sponsors – no cost to the school
- Opportunity to go engage with and learn more about the First Nations Community
About the Chippewas of Nawash
The Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation occupies Neyaashiinigmiing, also known as Aboriginal Reserve No.27 on the east shore of the Saugeen (Bruce) Peninsula on Georgian Bay. The nation is named after former Chief Nawash, who fought beside Tecumseh in the war of 1812. The present land base is 63.81 km2. The community is approximately 26 km from Wiarton, 64 km from Owen Sound, and 250km from Toronto.