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Capital Campaign exceeds $400,000 goal

Updated: Apr 12

Capital Campaign Cabinet L-R Lynda Kay, Patti Ley, Elijah, co-chairs Greg Campbell & Jacqueline Pennington and Jennifer Lean-Gadbois.

On Thursday February 8th, 2024, Habitat for Humanity Northumberland staff welcomed volunteers, donors, and sponsors to a recognition event for the support they received over the course of 2023. At this event, The Building Hope with Families capital campaign co-chairs Jacqueline Pennington and Greg Campbell along with their children and the campaign cabinet revealed the completed giant thermometer, with a total of $420,900 raised towards the 2.5-million-dollar 7-unit Net Zero Townhome Baltimore project. This is the largest development that Habitat Northumberland has undertaken at one in time in its 25-year history.


The Building Hope with Families capital campaign started a year ago with the hopes of raising additional funds and support for this project. The goal was $400,000 and the group was thrilled to see this amount exceeded.


All those who have pledged over $1,000 were recognized at the event: CMHC, Cameco Corporation, Community Power Northumberland, Jacqueline Pennington Real Estate, Rotary Club of Cobourg, HTM Insurance & the Build for Brandon Week, Delray Granite, Lion’s Club of Cobourg, Behan Construction, Tony Pulla & Jan Rosamond, Sagen, Zoelle Plumbing, Quinn Electric,  Jennifer Darrell, HTM Board of Directors, June Mackenzie, Gordon & Patti Ley, Pam & Steve Went, Jennifer Lean-Gadbois, Stewart Richardson & Nancy Oliver, Arsenault-Moore Family Foundation, Lynda Kay, Paul & Joan Macklin, Howard Keith Oliver, Forrest Rowden, Janet Sedgewick, David & Nancy Lester, Bridgett Gallagher, Cambium Inc, Central Restoration Services, Daphne King, Joe Hofstede, Reid Ryerson, Ryan Combden & Sharon O'Connor.


Habitat Northumberland is now processing expressions of interest for families hoping to become future homeowners in Baltimore. The application process is still open, so if you would like to know more information about this project and if you are eligible, please visit or email

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