This year Habitat for Humanity Victoria celebrates 35 years of unwavering support to those in need affordable housing - building homes, building hope and building stronger communities.
Habitat Victoria is part of the global Habitat for Humanity network, working in more than 70 countries towards its vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live.
Established in 1976, Habitat for Humanity International is the world’s number one not-for-profit provider of housing and improved shelter for low-income families.
In pursuit of this vision, Habitat for Humanity Victoria builds safe and affordable homes and undertakes home repairs, all aimed at building strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter.
Habitat Victoria has provided more than 70 families with a pathway out of unstable housing into home ownership. Providing a safe, consistent home helps create intergenerational impact and fosters opportunity for employment, education and improved health outcomes. Put simply, it can help change lives forever.
ANZ has had a long-standing partnership with Habitat Victoria – aligning with our priorities of affordable housing, financial wellbeing and environmental sustainability.
Recently, Habitat and ANZ broadened this partnership through volunteering together with Wandoon Estate Aboriginal Corporation at Coranderrk in the Yarra Valley. This was part of an initiative to engage with local Indigenous communities, using the skills of both Habitat and ANZ.