The Home Depot Canada launched its 15th bi-annual Orange Door Project fundraising campaign this week, combating youth homelessness across Canada. Continuing until Dec. 17, the campaign will collaborate with local charities to support ongoing initiatives aimed at providing safe, stable housing and life skills development programs to help youth with tools to exit homelessness. The company will cover all administrative costs associated with the campaign, ensuring that every dollar raised directly benefits each local community.
Staff across all 182 Home Depot stores will be actively involved, empowering them to make a tangible difference in these vital community efforts. The Foundation recently set a new target of raising $125 million by 2030.
Since the program’s inception in 2009, the Foundation has raised over $18 million for youth across Canada, and hopes to raise $900,000 this holiday season.