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DID YOU KNOW? The Home Depot Canada Foundation is committed to preventing and helping to end youth homelessness, having recently reached their goal to invest $50 million by 2022 while extending it to $125 million by 2030. Together this support works to break cycles of inequity and enable at-risk youth facing homelessness to achieve positive development outcomes and realize their full potential.

The Orange Door Project campaign, The Home Depot Canada’s national fundraising campaign is one of its many fundraising components.  From now until December 18th, 2022, The Home Depot Canada customers can make a donation online or in-store in support of a local youth-focused housing charity.

All funds raised at the North Bay The Home Depot store during the campaign will support Crisis Centre North Bay.

Encourage your friends, family members, neighbours and colleagues to support the campaign today!

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One Door Can Change Everything
Now more than ever, youth in our community need our help!

We are very proud and excited to announce another #OrangeDoorProject fundraising campaign by the Home Depot Canada Foundation.
The Home Depot's North Bay store has partnered with Crisis Centre North Bay to raise funds for youth experiencing homelessness and vulnerable youth in our community.
The Orange Door Project fundraising campaign is taking place between November 29th to December 18th! To make a secure, online donation head over to (make sure to select the North Bay store location) or make a donation of $2, $5, or $10 in-store at the checkout of the North Bay Home Depot store and give homeless youth in your community the housing, support, and hope they need to live safe, healthy, and productive lives.  Every dollar donated by customers in North Bay will stay in our local community and support Crisis Centre North Bay.
To learn more about The Home Depot Canada Foundation and donate today!