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Orange Door Spring Campaign

Jun 5, 2023

One Door Can Change Everything

Our friends in orange aprons are at it again.  The Home Depot kicked off the latest in-store campaign for the Orange Door Project as part of their continued effort to help prevent and end youth homelessness in Canada. 


We are excited to once again be partnered with the Dartmouth Crossing location for this campaign. From May 30th through June 25th customers are empowered to join the fight against youth homelessness by making a $2, $5, or $10 donation in-store or online when they check out.  All proceeds from the Dartmouth Crossing location will be donated to HomeBridge in support of life-skills programming for the young people who live in the HomeBridge Community.


Youth make up approximately 20% of the homeless population in Canada, meaning each year at least 35,000 – 40,000 young Canadians have no place to call home. The Home Depot 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. To create new paths for youth at risk of or experiencing homelessness, The Home Depot Canada Foundation is investing $125 million by 2030.


Thanks to the support of The Home Depot Canada Foundation and the Orange Door Project, HomeBridge has been able to provide the young people in the HomeBridge Community with therapeutic and life-skill building opportunities and experiences that wouldn’t otherwise be possible.  We are incredibly grateful for this partnership and the dedication and commitment of the team at the Dartmouth Crossing location who have been champions for this fundraiser and for all of us in the HomeBridge Community.  Every orange door sold during this campaign opens a door to change for vulnerable youth in Nova Scotia.

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