Works with volunteers, community partners and Habitat families to build safe and decent housing for over 200 communities nationwide.
Habitat for Humanity Kingston & Frontenac partners with families, businesses, organizations, and individuals to build simple, affordable, and energy efficient homes. These homes are sold at no profit, to selected families through long term, no-interest mortgages. Families must prove a need for housing, an ability to meet mortgage payments, and a willingness to contribute hundreds of hours of their own labour, known as "sweat equity", to the building of their own house or the houses of others.
Habitat for Humanity Kingston & Frontenac builds simple, decent homes with partner families. Volunteers and families donate their labour to build houses under trained supervision. Profits from our ReStore, donations of money and materials from businesses, individuals, faith groups, and others. Our houses are sold at cost to partner families. Habitat homeowners' monthly mortgage payments are recycled into a revolving fund for Habitat for Humanity Kingston & Frontenac that is used to build more houses.
Potential Habitat for Humanity families are low-income families living in inadequate housing that necessitates a move, and who are willing to put in 500 hours of "sweat equity". The three criteria to qualify for a home are: need for affordable housing, ability to repay a Habitat for Humanity mortgage, and a willingness to partner with our organization. These homes are not free, but are made affordable through no-interest mortgages that are repaid to Habitat by the homeowner.Click here to Apply Now
Habitat for Humanity Greater Kingston and Frontenac is always recruiting volunteers for upcoming builds and other projects. If you wish to volunteer, please visit the "Volunteer" page and fill out your application now!