Support Habitat Halton on July 8th!

[UPDATE] We had a great time at the event and raised $100,000 to support Habitat Halton-Mississauga’s next project!  Over lunch, we heard from families whose lives have been changed by Habitat and a live auction kept the room buzzing.  It was a beautiful day and of course the venue couldn’t have been better.

We missed you Lisa!

feeDuck is a proud supporter of Habit Halton.  We donate a portion of all administrative fees to this wonderful group who has changed the lives of so many Halton families.

On July 8, 2015 the feeDuck team will be spending the day at the Halton-Mississauga Habitat for Humanity 7th annual Golf Classic. With a goal of raising $100k, the event will take place at Lionhead Golf and Country Club. Funds raised will support the construction of a new home for a local family in need.   We encourage you all to join us for a great day and to support a great cause.  If you are unable to attend, please consider making a small donation to Habitat Halton through their site directly or shopping at the Restore.

Help us Raise A Roof for a family in need.

Habitat Halton was founded in 1999 by a group of individuals from Port Nelson United Church. Our first chairman was Peter Fisher, a long time resident of Burlington. Initially, we served only Burlington, however in July 2002; we became Habitat for Humanity Halton. We were granted charitable status in March 2000. To date, we have built and sold seventeen  homes to hard-working, local families with mortgages structured so they can afford them. Five homes are in Burlington, three condos in Burlington, two are in Acton, four are in Georgetown, two homes in Oakville, and one in Milton.