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Habitat for Humanity Sault Ste. Marie & Area and OutSpoken Brewing present...

Soo Burger Month

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What's Soo Burger Month?

Soo Burger Month (sponsored by OutSpoken Brewing) is a city-wide fundraiser running throughout the month of October. Using the Burger Passport, Habitat will guide you to participating restaurants that are offering a creative new burger (or a tried-and-true one) from which at least $1 will be donated to Habitat for Humanity Sault Ste. Marie & Area per burger sold.

Participating restaurants will compete to win the Best Burger Award (as voted on by customers) and/or the Most Burgers Sold award! You can rate your burger here!

The fundraiser runs from October 1 to October 31, with awards being announced in early November.

While you #SupportLocal and #SupportHabitat this October, take photos of your #SooBurgerMonth adventures and send them our way to be featured in our Burger Gallery!

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Established in 2011, OutSpoken Brewing is a micro-craft brewery with a heavy focus on quality ingredients, community-mindedness, and supporting local. OutSpoken prides itself on using local ingredients where possible and continuing to expand its catalogue of beer styles, always releasing new brews with a variety of flavour profiles.

OutSpoken will be releasing a special edition can of their Anvil Red Ale in honour of Soo Burger Month. For the month of October, they will be donating $0.50 of every can of Anvil sold and $1 of every glass of Anvil sold from the brewery. Customers will also be able to donate to Habitat any time they visit the brewery!

Anvil Red Ale – “Strike when it’s hot and cool down with this refreshing Red Ale. Anvil pours deep red in colour with a rich, creamy cap. Medium-bodied and appropriately balanced. The caramel malt and hoppy nuances of this beverage will pair well with anything grilled.”

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Soo Burger Month News

Habitat announces new Board of Directors at 2022 Annual General Meeting

By Chelsey Foucher | June 29, 2022

In Monday’s public meeting, the non-profit welcomed four new Board Directors. Joining Habitat’s Board of Directors are Diana Stoker, a Chartered Professional Account and Licensed Public Accountant, Lisa Bell, Assistant to the Mayor and Founder of Every Breakfast Counts, Jami DellaVedova, Controller of Soo Mill & Lumber Company and Board Chair of the Waterfront Child Development Centre, and Harvey Walsh, Civil Engineer and Habitat volunteer of over 10 years.

Habitat wins Diversity Award at Outstanding Business Achievement Awards ceremony

By Chelsey Foucher | June 20, 2022

The Diversity Award recognizes a business or organization that embraces, celebrates, and applies holistic inclusion and participation of a diverse people making the workplace a better environment in which to work and the community a better place in which to live, work and raise a family.

Touch-a-Truck 2022 was a success!

By Chelsey Foucher | June 17, 2022

The event, which ran from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., raised an astounding $16,475 for Habitat’s Affordable Homeownership Program!

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