Habitat for Humanity brings communities together to help families build strength, stability & independence through homeownership.

No matter who you are or where you come from, Habitat Sarnia/Lambton believes everyone deserves a safe and decent place to call home.  Habitat - with the help our our corporate, community and coonstruction partners - is working hard to improve our community by providing affordable homeownership as a housing option for families in Sarnia and Lambton County.  We don't give homes away.  Once built, our Habitat homes are sold to local families for a $0-down, 0%-interest, 20-year, Habitat-held mortgage with geared-to-income monthly payments.  By providing this "hand-up", we take families from social or socially assisted housing and help them to become taxpayers. 

Habitat homeownership not only transformationally changes the lives of local families ... but helps to make our community stronger.  Because of the support and generosity of our community, Habitat Sarnia/Lambton has moved more than 50 families into homeownership since starting in 1994. 

The Board of Directors and staff of Habitat for Humanity Sarnia/Lambton are committed to preventing occupational illness & injury in the workplace & will make it our top priority.  All supervisors, workers & volunteers must be dedicated to the continuing objective of minimizing risk of injury. Commitment to health & safety must form an integral part of this organization, from the president to the volunteers. Please see our Health & Safety Policy Statement



Join our team today! Volunteer in our ReStore. 

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Lambton Builds 2019

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Team Build Registration

Click here to complete your individual online registration for a 2019 Team Build on Murray Street in Corunna.


HFHSL launches it's 25th Anniversary Fundraiser

June 17, 2019

Habitat For Humanity Sarnia-Lambton launches it's 25th Anniversary Fundraiser, "Raise the Roof for Ruff", slated for Saturday, September 14th, 9am-3pm at the Sarnia ReStore on London Line.

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Habitat Sarnia/Lambton breaks ground on first 'down-river' build

April 25, 2019 - Sarnia, ON

Habitat Sarnia/Lambton broke ground on 411 Murray Street in Corunna. 

This project represents:

* 1st down-river build

* 4th Lambton Builds partnership with the County of Lambton where volunteers in receipt of Ontario Works will be assisting with construction gaining hands-on experience, enhancing employable skillsets, and enjoying community involvement

* 5th partnership build with Lambton County Developmental Services supporting adults with developmental disabilities have safe and affordable housing within their own community.

Future Habitat homeowners, Carly and Theresa, will receive keys to their new home Fall 2019.



Habitat Sarnia/Lambton celebrating 25 years!

April 22, 2019 - Sarnia, ON

DeGroots Nurseries joined Habitat Sarnia/Lambton in launching our 25th Anniversary planting a commemorative tree. Come see the tree outside of the ReStore, 1787 London Line, Sarnia, Ontario. 

Stay tuned for more anniversary celebrations!

Since inception in 1994 we have tranformationally changed the lives of 56 local families by building or renovating and then selling them simple, decent homes for $0-down, 0%-interest, Habitat-held, geared-to-income mortgages. Nearly 180 individuals have had a place they can call home. The Habitat Handyman program in partnership with the County of Lambton has delivered affordable home improvement services to nearly 220 families to date. Our Sarnia ReStore is #7 for most productive ReStores in Canada! Net venues pay 100% of operational/administrative affiliate expenses meaning 100% of donations received are used to build more homes for more local families.



Habitat Sarnia/Lambton receives national Housing Innovation award

May 2, 2019

Habitat Sarnia/Lambton received national recognition winning a Housing Innovation award at Habitat for Humanity Canada's national conference in St. John's, Newfoundland.

The award was for the Guthrie Drive Seniors Build, a seniors-only multiplex featuring five private, 975 square foot units. It was the first purpose-built affordable seniors housing undertaken by a Habitat affiliate in Canada.

David Waters, Habitat Sarnia/Lambton CEO:

"We don't do this for awards. We do what we do, to give people the opportunity to live or stay in a decent, safe, affordable home."