Find out what HomeWarming is doing for Nova Scotians
Warming up North Preston’s Future
North Preston’s Future, a youth organization in Canada’s largest Black community, helps seniors cut their grass, picks up litter, hosts events for kids, and spreads the word about HomeWarming.
Read the story about North Preston’s Future >
A home warm enough for people and pets (lots of pets)
HomeWarming offers a healing warmth for a retired couple – and their rescue cats – in North Sydney.
Read the Mullins’ story >
A Good Catch – energy efficiency improvements in a house by the sea
The HomeWarming program helps a former fisherman save money and feel more comfortable in his mobile home on the edge of the cold Atlantic
Read Norman Osborne’s story >
Home of memories now a house of warmth
The HomeWarming program helps a rural farmhouse feel as warm as the family memories it contains – and helps a senior couple save money on heating bills.
Read Robert and Janice’s story >
Sharing the warmth of home
An innovative program for low-income homeowners helps a single mom of two feel warmer in her home – and less stressed about her heating bills.
Read Louizella’s story >>