Take Part in EFC’s Day of Giving to Support Families in Our Local Communities


August 16, 2021

 On October 4, World Habitat Day, Electro-Federation Canada (EFC) members and their business partners are joining forces for EFC’s Day of Giving in support of Habitat for Humanity Canada. The goal is to raise $100,000 to help families gain strength, stability and independence through access to affordable home ownership.

Now more than ever, families across Canada need help. The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected low-income families. Faced with job loss or reduced income, these families are faced with a difficult choice between paying their rent or paying for other essentials like food and medicine. This is a decision that no parent should have to make.

In this time of great need, donations will help families across Canada, families like Fiona’s, for whom support will make a huge difference, open the door to a brighter future.

On behalf of Habitat for Humanity Canada and Habitat homeowners, thank you to the following CFS members for their generous support.

  • E.C.S. Electric Cable
  • Graybar Canada
  • Guillevin International
  • Hammond Power Solutions
  • Hubbell Canada
  • IPEX Electrical
  • Leviton Canada
  • Nexans Canada
  • Ouellet Canada
  • Schneider Electric Canada
  • Shawcor
  • Ascot Capital Group
  • NAPCO Royal
  • Rexel Canada Electrical
  • Wesco Distribution

What if I prefer to send my donation by mail? Please send cheques to the following address

Kathy Brett

Habitat for Humanity Canada

477 Mt Pleasant Rd #403

Toronto, ON M4S 2L9

Note : EFC Day of Giving (local/national/IHP)*

*Please indicate if you would like your donation directed to the national organization (national), your local community (local) or Habitat Canada’s Aboriginal Housing Program (IHP)


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