The first Newsletter of 2021 features stories on our transition to virtual training and the triumphs of our communities over the challenges of the pandemic. Enjoy!
The San Juan/Laventille Regional Corporation and the Trinidad and Tobago Postal Corporation embarked on a wide-scale address improvement project within the municipality. They have issued our UPDATED postal address with a format in line with international standards, complete with a six-digit postal code. Please note: Habitat for Humanity Trinidad and Tobago 22 El Socorro Road
In this edition: Trinidad Systems Limited Foundation – TSL is celebrating 40 years of service in Trinidad and welcomed this collaboration with Habitat in serving a family. Habitat hosted 62 volunteers over 6 builds contributing 606 hours. This home was dedicated at the end of September 2020 Community Response to COVID19 – In this unprecedented
A little late, due to the COVID19 lockdown, but giving you a taste of what’s to come in our 2020 Annual Shelter Report – ENJOY! In this edition …. A message from the National Director … “The days ahead will be difficult, but we at Habitat Trinidad and Tobago remain committed to supporting the
Habitat Trinidad and Tobago’s Annual General Meeting 2019 was held at the Yara Auditorium at the Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business in Mt. Hope. Board Chairman Derwin Howell welcomed our special guest this year, Ernesto Castro Garcia, Area Vice President, Latin America and the Caribbean. And for the first time, we collaborated with
The new Fiscal Year 2020 (July 2019 – June 2020) finds us investing and building greater capacities in our team, and finding new and innovative ways to raise awareness, make friends and grow funds. Since 1997, we have served 877 families with shelter solutions – new houses, repairs, renovations, completions – and trained 4,951 people.
As we come to the end of a year of triumphs and challenges, joys and sorrows, progress and setbacks, we look back with gratitude for the continued support of individuals and organisations here and around the world. Despite the challenging economic situation, Corporate Trinidad and Tobago continue to believe that doing good is just good
Habitat Trinidad and Tobago is pleased to share our latest Annual Report with you. For the last 23 years, we have empowered many citizens of Trinidad and Tobago to achieve a better quality of life through safe and affordable housing. Since 1997, we have served 877 families with shelter solutions – new houses,
“We must all learn not only to not fear change, but to embrace it enthusiastically and, perhaps even more important, encourage and drive it” Tony Hsieh “The list of potential families requiring our services are increasing beyond our ability to address. The donor pool is rapidly declining and charity budgets are being sliced in
Habitat Trinidad and Tobago is pleased to share our latest Annual Report with you. Download from here Shelter Report 2017(Final) Featured articles: National Lotteries Control Board supports Pearl in her dream for a home of her own Preventing landslides in Tobago Celebrating 20 years of national service If you have any questions or comments, please share them
The 18th Annual General Meeting of Habitat for Humanity Trinidad and Tobago took place on October 12, 2017 at the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business. The following is the Chairman’s Speech, delivered by Derwin Howell. This year Habitat for Humanity Trinidad and Tobago celebrated its twentieth anniversary and getting there was no
Looking forward to celebrating 20 years of service in Trinidad and Tobago… and looking back at our work over the last quarter of 2016. Featuring: Rotary Club of POS West, NLCB’s Dedication for Pearl Payne, Republic Bank Christmas Dedications in Cashew Gardens, Hilton’s Global Week of SErvice, the NGC Million-Dollar Donation, Sagicor celebrating 175 years
Derwin Howell, Board Chairman: “At Habitat for Humanity, we believe that the key to making a real and lasting social transformation lies in advocating for improved access to land for shelter. We are taking the lead in civil society in Trinidad and Tobago in calling for changes to legislation and regulations to support access to