A world where everyone has a safe and decent place to live
At Habitat for Humanity Halton Mississauga, our Mission is to use our knowledge, skills, community relationships, volunteers and other resources to create and promote safe and affordable home ownership options with the aim of alleviating the cycle of poverty within our community.
Our Strategic Plan
In 2014, Habitat for Humanity Halton-Mississauga set the goal of building 75 homes by 2019. Compared to the fact we have historically built one home per year on average, this was a lofty goal. However, we are very proud to say we are well on our way to achieving it. Having finished 15 homes in 2016 alone, 2017-2019 promises to bring us some unforgettable experiences and builds that will change the lives of more families than ever before.
- Housing for All
We believe that access to safe, decent and affordable housing is a basic human right that should be available to all.
- Diversity and Inclusiveness
We believe there is a role for everyone committed to our vision, mission and values and we seek to enrich our organization through diversity.
We believe we can best achieve our mission through meaningful and mutually beneficial partnerships with others.
- Faith in Action
We believe that faith is lived through action. Building on our foundation, we serve and work with people of all faiths and beliefs in a spirit of justice and compassion.
- Human Dignity
We believe in the worth and dignity of every human being. We respect the people we serve and those that help us in this effort and recognize them as our greatest resource.
Habitat for Humanity Key Milestones
Habitat Halton built its first home on Plains Road in Burlington
Habitat Halton built its second home on Danforth Avenue in Burlington
Habitat Halton built its third home on Crescent Street in Acton
Habitat Halton built its fourth home on Queen Mary Avenue in Burlington
Habitat Halton built 2 semi-detached homes (homes 6 & 7) on Whittaker Street i
Habitat Halton built its fifth home on Dayfoot Drive in Georgetown
Habitat Halton built 3 detached homes (homes 8,9 & 10) on John Street in Georget
Habitat Halton built their eleventh home on Peel Street in Acton and 2 semi-detached homes (homes 12 & 13) on Elmwood Road in Oakville
Habitat Mississauga built its first home, a home on Earl Street in Mississauga
Habitat Halton built its fourteenth home on Crescent Street in Acton
Habitat Mississauga built its second home, a townhome on Erin Centre Drive in Mi
Habitat Halton refurbishes 2 condos (homes 15 & 16) on Warwick Court in Burlington
Habitat Halton built its seventeenth home on Farmstead Drive in Milton
Habitat Halton built its eighteenth home, a condo on Ironstone Drive in Burlington
Habitat Halton built its nineteenth home on Pembroke Drive in Oakville and built
The newly formed Habitat Halton-Mississauga built a semi-detached home, for a combined total of 26 homes, on Bronte Street South in Milton. Read more about it here.
Habitat Halton-Mississauga finished it's largest build to date - a 13 town home
2017 and Beyond
Over the course of the next 4 years, Habitat for Humanity Halton-Mississauga has plans to build 75 more homes in our community to meet the growing need for affordable housing. Check out our 5 current build projects below that will build 32 of those homes for families in need of a safe, decent and affordable place to call "home"