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Orange Door Spring Campaign

May 22, 2024

Dartmouth Crossing location Supports HomeBridge

The Home Depot stores across the country are gearing up for yet another step in their battle against youth homelessness in Canada.  Their Orange Door Campaign has a goal of raising $125 million by 2030 to prevent and end youth homelessness and we are happy to say, they are well on their way to achieving it.


HomeBridge is proud to be connected to this campaign and grateful for the efforts of the team at the Dartmouth Crossing location, who have been champions for the young people served in the HomeBridge Community since 2014.  Their efforts have created more positive opportunities and experiences for the young people than we can even count at this point as their donations have totaled over $100,000.


The latest in-store campaign for the Orange Door Project runs from June 4th through July 7th.  The campaign invites customers to support The Home Depot Canada Foundation’s initiative to help prevent and end youth homelessness in Canada by making a $2, $5, or $10 donation at the checkout in-store or online.  HomeBridge will once again be the beneficiary of all funds raised by the Dartmouth Crossing location. The Home Depot Canada Foundation has partnered with 126 organizations across the country, including HomeBridge, in an effort to support programs that work to remove systemic barriers youth face to foster healthy pathways for change.


We would like to thank everyone at The Home Depot Canada Foundation and the Dartmouth Crossing location for everything they do to support vulnerable youth in Canada. You too can be part of this campaign if you shop online or in store at the Dartmouth Crossing location.  Just add an Orange Door to your purchase at check out.  One door can change everything.

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