How The Home Depot Canada Foundation is helping put an end to youth homelessness with “Paper Doors”

The Home Depot Canada Foundation is committed to ending youth
homelessness, pledging to invest $20 million over five years through The
Orange Door Project. This initiative will give homeless youth the housing,
support and hope they need to live safe, healthy and productive lives.

One component of The Orange Door Project is The Home Depot’s national
fundraising campaign. From now until June 24, The Home Depot customers
can buy a $2 paper door in support of a local youth-focused housing charity.

All funds raised at the Langford & Saanich Home Depot store
during the campaign will support Threshold Housing.

Encourage your friends, family members, neighbours and colleagues to
support the campaign today!
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We want to thank everyone at Home Depot for choosing Threshold Housing as their charity of choice! We truly believe in the importance of advocating for the vulnerable youth in our community and our main goal is to continue the fight of ending youth homelessness. We are so happy to have The Home Depot share our mission. We also had the pleasure of meeting with the president Jeff Kinnaird and the great staff at Home Depot! #TogetherWeCanEndYouthHomelessness #WeLoveOurCommunity

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