Nov 24, 2021
We are very excited to once again be partnering with the Dartmouth Crossing location of The Home Depot for this campaign.
The Home Depot is hoping their customers will add an "orange door" to their shopping list this Christmas as Tuesday, November 30th kicks off their latest Holiday Orange Door Campaign. Their Christmas wish is to end youth homelessness in Canada and they are doing everything they can to make this wish become a reality.
We are very excited to once again be partnering with the Dartmouth Crossing location of The Home Depot for this campaign. From November 30th to December 19th stores across Canada will be inviting their customers to be part of this meaningful campaign by making a $2 donation in support to a local charity that provides housing and supportive services to at-risk youth. This campaign has raised millions of dollars to support charities in their effort to battle youth homelessness in our country. HomeBridge is proud to be one of those fortunate charities that have benefited from the efforts of the foundation. Their support over the years has created countless opportunities and experiences for vulnerable youth in Nova Scotia.
The foundation started the Orange Door Campaign in 2014 and thanks to the enthusiastic and hard-working team at the Dartmouth Crossing location over $50,000 has been raised for therapeutic and life skill programing for the young people who live in the HomeBridge Community. This has meant that disadvantage youth have been able to broaden their experience, build healthy relationships and develop the skills and awareness to be their best self. This support has had a very positive impact on hundreds of Nova Scotian's most vulnerable youth.
We would like to thank everyone at The Home Depot for this incredible campaign. Please visit The Home Depot Dartmouth Crossing between November 30th and December 19th to purchase an orange door. Each door costs only $2, but the collective impact is priceless.