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Existing Partnerships

Habitat for Humanity is grateful for the generosity of every company or corporation who chooses to support our work. However, we would like to show a special appreciation to partners who invest most heavily in our work.


ArcelorMittal – Has supported South Africa

ArcelorMittal is the world’s leading steel company, operating in more than 60 countries. They partnered with Habitat for Humanity sponsoring houses in South Africa and countries outside of the Africa and Middle East area such as Costa Rica and Romania.



Citigroup – Supported Africa and Middle East

Citigroup is an international financial conglomerate with operations in consumer, corporate and investment banking and insurance. To date, Habitat for Humanity and Citigroup has built over 350 homes for more than 1,400 individuals, costing over $29 million.



Dow – Supported South Africa

By combining chemistry and innovation with the principles of sustainability, Dow helps to solve environmental concerns such as clean water and renewable energy generation. Dow has build more than 20,000 homes in nearly 20 countries around the world with Habitat including countries in Africa and the Middle East.



Barclays Bank – Supported Botswana

Barclays is a major global financial services provider engaged in retail banking, credit cards, corporate and investment banking and wealth management. Barclays Kenya raised more than £13,500 in order to help 335 families displaced by the post-election violence of 2007 and 2008.



Whirlpool – Supported Africa and Middle East

Whirlpool Corporation is a principal supporter of Habitat for Humanity. The company’s commitment to Habitat for Humanity has exceeded $34 million and it has donated more than 73,000 appliances for Habitat homes.



Hetzner Online – Supported South Africa, Mozambique and Cameroon

Hetzner Online is a professional web hosting provider and experienced data center operator. Hetzner Online donated all setup fees received from new server orders during the Football World Cup 2010 to the Youth Build Project 2010 in South Africa.



Saint Gobain – Supported South Africa

Saint-Gobain is a world leader in design, production and distribution of construction materials, delivering innovative products and services. In the UK and Ireland, some of the best known and respected companies are part of Saint-Gobain. Together with Habitat for Humanity



Netcare – Supported South Africa

Netcare operates the largest private hospital network in South Africa and the United Kingdom. Netcare has built 5 houses in Katlehong in South Africa. Netcare financed the building material and supplied its own staff to build the houses.



Woolworths – Supported South Africa

As a corporate citizen, Woolworths actively works to make a positive difference in our communities and contribute to the upliftment of life in South Africa for all…



Old Mutual – Supported South Africa

Old Mutual is a leading international long-term savings, investment and protection Group, powering a portfolio of highly trusted brands. Old Mutual is one of habitat for Humanity South Africa’s longest standing partnerships and they have built homes in Gauteng, Western Cape and KwaZulu Natal.