Habitat's "First Ladies Build" project kicks off, with governors' wives, first ladies and women construction crews building homes across the country.
Habitat establishes a Disaster Response Office to aid in pre-disaster risk reduction and disaster recovery and rehabilitation.
Habitat's 500th campus chapter, St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wisconsin, dedicates the 100th house built by college and high school students.
Habitat's 70,000th house is dedicated in Canton, Ohio.
Habitat for Humanity International officially forms the Women Build department.
HFHI's former headquarters building at 121 Habitat Street is renamed the Clarence Jordan Center in honor of Clarence Jordan, a founder and leader of Koinonia Farm, where Jordan and Millard Fuller introduced the concept of "partnership housing," making Koinonia the inspiration for HFHI.
Habitat's 80,000th house is dedicated in Mexico City.
The Women Build department's first formal initiative, First Ladies Build, brings together women governors and first ladies in each of the 50 states to build houses with families in need.