2022 Winners

Meet the 2022 Grand Prize Winners

Congratulations to our three grand prize winners
who won a $30,000 grant for their local Habitat

Read the illustrated storybook of Rylan’s poem!

Peyton

Peyton

Grade 6
grand prize winner

Peyton is the Grade 6 grand prize winner, from Calgary, Alberta. Her grant will help build homes with Habitat for Humanity Southern Alberta.

Read Peyton's winning poem, "Home Sweet Home"

Rylan

Rylan

Grade 5
grand prize winner

Rylan is the Grade 5 grand prize winner, from Oakville, Ontario. His grant goes to Habitat for Humanity Halton-Mississauga-Dufferin

Read Rylan's winning poem, "If home were the 5 senses"

John

John

Grade 4 

grand prize winner

John is the Grade 4 grand prize winner, from Vancouver, British Columbia. His grant goes to Habitat for Humanity Greater Vancouver.

Read John's winning poem, "My Home is Made with Love"

2022 Runners Up

Congratulations to our nine runner-up winners
who won a $10,000 grant for their local Habitat

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As the founding sponsor of the Meaning of Home Contest, we continue to believe our children will help build a better future and promote a stronger understanding of affordable housing in their communities. We are honoured to be a part of this contest that reaches teachers, parents and students across the country and grateful that we get to read the heartwarming entries and select the winners.

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founding sponsor

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The more entries we receive, the more money is raised for families in need!

Our Sponsors

Founding Sponsor

Sagen - Meaning of Home Student Contest Sponsor

Award Sponsors

Chapman’s - Meaning of Home Student Contest Sponsor Urban Systems Foundation - Meaning of Home Student Contest Sponsor Home Trust