All Weather Windows Holds 4th Annual Window Blitz in Support of Habitat for Humanity

Edmonton, AB – For the fourth consecutive year, the leaders of All Weather Windows (AWW) have mobilized their staff to volunteer a day to build windows for Habitat for Humanity affiliates across Canada. Staff at two plants – one in Edmonton and one in Mississauga – will provide windows for 40 Habitat homes: 20 in Western Canada and 20 in Central and Eastern Canada.

Lisa, a partner family with HFHE, expressed her gratitude. “The opportunity to partner with Habitat has changed my family in so many ways… I truly believe now that hard work does pay off and that there are such things as second chances and new starts. There are no words to explain how grateful we are to have this opportunity to partner with this amazing organization and to have this once in a lifetime opportunity.”

“All Weather Windows has been a huge supporter of Habitat for Humanity,” said Alfred Nikolai, President & CEO, HFHE. “Habitat’s relationship with All Weather Windows began here in Edmonton and then blossomed into a relationship that has given a huge boost to Habitat affiliates across the country. Every Habitat affiliate and Habitat ReStore has been touched by the generosity of All Weather Windows. We’re so grateful to have such an amazing and generous corporate leader on the Habitat team.”

“All Weather Windows is a platinum national supporter of Habitat for Humanity and we are proud of our partnership,” said Henry Banman, Senior Vice President, All Weather Windows. “Our vision is to improve the lives of families, one family at a time. We want to thank our wonderful staff who are giving their time to build windows, volunteer on build-sites, and work at Habitat Restores across the country. We are grateful to our suppliers who also partner with us in this venture.”

About Habitat for Humanity
Founded in 1991, Habitat for Humanity Edmonton is the largest Habitat for Humanity affiliate in Canada. The charitable organization is working towards a world where everyone has a safe and decent place to live. Their mission is to mobilize volunteers and community partners in building affordable housing and promoting home ownership as a means to breaking the cycle of poverty. Visit for more information.
For more information, contact:

Alfred Nikolai
President & CEO
Habitat for Humanity Edmonton
(780) 722-6164