Partner with Habitat for Humanity Moncton and create the change you want to see in your community.

Ways to partner with us

Habitat for Humanity Moncton brings community partners together – including volunteers, individual donors, the private sector and governments – to help working, lower income families build strength, stability and independence through affordable homeownership.

When you partner with us to build safe, decent homes, you are building more than just the walls and roof of a home together, you’re constructing a solid foundation for families in your community on which to build a better life for themselves and their children.


In our partnerships with families, we offer them the chance to build a brighter future for themselves and their children by helping them build and buy an affordable home of their own. They pay a mortgage to Habitat for Humanity Moncton and help build their home, volunteering 500 hours of ‘sweat equity’ on a variety of Habitat projects.


We rely on the support of thousands of passionate and caring volunteers living and working in Southeastern New Brunswick to help us year-round with building Habitat homes in the community, operating our ReStore and much more.


The cash contributions of individual donors and major givers make them invested partners in our work to help families build a brighter future through affordable homeownership. We count on this support to help us pay for land, building materials and the tradespeople needed to construct safe, decent Habitat homes. Make a donation and become a partner with us today!


One of the biggest expenses we face is the cost of acquiring land on which to build our safe, decent, affordable homes. In every community in which we build, Habitat for Humanity Moncton seeks support from local municipalities to help us improve the affordability of the homes we’re building through:

  • Donations of unused government owned land
  • Reduced or waived land transfer & development taxes and fee
  • Access to low-cost financing or one-time investments in social infrastructure projects
  • Broadened public sector investments in social housing beyond rental units to include affordable homeownership models