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Giving Tuesday Update

Giving Tuesday is here! As noted last week, those who give to Antigonish Affordable Housing via Canada Helps today will be automatically entered into a pool to win a further $5,000 in charitable giving! Canada Helps will also be adding an extra 1% to eligible...

Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday is a global day to think of others, act charitably and celebrate the power and spirit of giving. It’s a day to counter-act the commercialism of Black Friday and give to charities locally, throughout Canada and internationally. If you would like to make...

Memorial Fund to be launched

Before her sudden death in late September, Rachel MacFarlane was working on two important initiatives for the Antigonish Affordable Housing Society (AAHS). As the Society’s new Chair, she wanted to secure long-term funding for its full-time Community Navigator and to...

2021-22 AAHS Annual Report

The Antigonish Affordable Housing Society dedicates our 2021-22 Annual Report to our late friend and colleague Justin Liengme who passed away on June 30, 2022. Justin was a Volunteer Director on our Board and served on our Building and Governance Committees. He not...

Summer youth job available: community garden coordinator

The Antigonish Affordable Housing Society and the Antigonish Food Security Association is seeking a Community Garden Coordinator to support various community garden sites in Antigonish.   This coordinator would be working with or in contact with a team of project...

Summer youth job available: communications and information assistant

The Antigonish Affordable Housing Society is a seeking a motivated summer youth worker to assist with communications and information administration. The youth will update our website and communication resources; support transition to google work space including...

Annual Report 2020-21

Annual Report 2020-21

Our 2020-21 Annual Report (pdf) is now available for download. Presented here is also a Message from the AAHS Board Chair.

People’s School focuses on research

People’s School focuses on research

More than 50 people from across the province gathered in Port Hawkesbury on May 11th to participate in a People’s School about researching housing needs in their communities.

Join the people’s school on housing needs

Join the people’s school on housing needs

Finding affordable housing that is safe, secure and accessible is a challenge throughout Nova Scotia for many, especially those living on low incomes or with a disability. In response, more and more community groups are forming to learn about and to take action around...

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