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Habitat for Humanity Niagara’s 2nd Annual

Home for Dinner

May 1 – 31, 2022

Order takeout and help build Habitat homes!

When you order $25 or more in takeout from our participating restaurants, our sponsoring partners will donate $5 to Habitat for Humanity Niagara!

Amount raised

  • $15,000 63% 63%

Number of takeout orders: 1,100

Order takeout

Build stronger communities

When you order takeout from one of our participating restaurants, you’ll feel good knowing that you’re supporting a local business and helping Habitat for Humanity build affordable homes for families in Niagara.

people eating takeout

2022 Sponsoring Partners

Thanks to the generosity of our sponsoring partners – without them we couldn’t make this happen!

Testimonials

Lorraine Snihur, Chief Development Officer, Habitat Niagara

Habitat for Humanity Niagara

“For us to be a good neighbour, we have to do our part and help out wherever and whenever we can. Without the support of our community, Habitat Niagara would not be able to continue with its mission to build safe and affordable homes in Niagara.”

Kevin Eichlin, owner of Smokin’ Buddha in Port Colborne

The Smokin’ Buddha

“We got involved because we like to do as much as we can for and in our community. This was a win-win as it drove traffic to our restaurant as well as raised money and awareness for a great cause.”

Michelle Berryman, owner of Jamrock Irie Jerk in St. Catharines

Jamrock Irie Jerk

“This fundraiser not only helped the community it certainly opened the door for us in terms of new customers that grew our business. I am a firm believer in supporting each other.”

Brenda Taylor, Branch Manager, Meridian Credit Union

Meridian Credit Union

“Meridian Port Colborne was eager to sponsor and participate in the Home for Dinner event to support Habitat Niagara. Not only does this initiative promote Niagara Region’s focus on #shopLocal, it helps advance the important work of local organizations that are contributing to the overall resilience and well being of our community.”