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Corporate Relationships

Habitat for Humanity International works with local and multinational businesses and organizations to address the challenges of poverty housing in the Asia-Pacific region.

Corporations partner with Habitat in numerous ways, whether through product donations, financial support and mobilizing employees as Habitat volunteers or a combination of these possibilities.

Corporate partners working with HFHI make a positive contribution to helping people to secure decent, affordable shelter. The experience offers a wealth of benefits such as high-voltage public relations, a positive effect on company morale and, in some countries, the opportunity to gain tax relief on donations.

Habitat corporate builds offer opportunities for co-workers to grow, to bond and to unite in the goal of helping those in need. Employees at every level get to see each other at their best. The positives get carried back to the workplace

Current and recent corporate relationships include:corporate-1.jpg

Aditya Birla Group (India)
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ANZ Bank (New Zealand)
Arts for Life (Sri Lanka)
Ayala Group (Philippines)
Bank of Hawaii (Guam)
Boeing (Korea)
Caltex (Philippines)
Cargill (China, Korea, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand)
Cisco Systems (New Zealand)
Citigroup (Korea, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand)
Continental Airlines (Guam)
Deutsche Bank (Korea)
Dulux/Orica (New Zealand)
Eventide Homes
GE Capital (Thailand)
General Motors (Indonesia, Korea, Thailand)
Homeshow Expo (Guam)
Honeywell Corporation (Australia)
i-Bank (Philippines)
JP Morgan Chase Foundation (Thailand)
Junglim Architecture (Korea)
Lafarge Group (Korea, Philippines)
Kodak (China)
Korea Housing & Commercial Bank (Korea)
Marriott Corporation (Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand)
Money Gram (China)
Nike (Korea, Thailand)
Pacific Pest Control (Guam)]
PMI Mortgage Insurance (New Zealand)
Proctor & Gamble (Korea)
Renaissance Hotel (Malaysia)
Samsung Construction (Korea) Foundation (Japan)
Unocal (Thailand)
United Airlines Foundation (Singapore, Thailand)
Volvo Construction Equipment (Korea)
Zuellig Pharma (Philippines)

New companies are added to the list each month