2010 Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project: Partners -- Habitat for Humanity Int'l 1

2010 Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project: Partners

Partners in the mission
Thank you for helping us celebrate World Habitat Day and for joining Habitat for Humanity as sponsors of the 27th annual Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project. With the help of 1,000 volunteers, Habitat will build or repair 86 houses Oct. 4-9, 2010, with a focus on revitalizing communities in six cities: Baltimore and Annapolis, Md; Washington, D.C.; Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minn; and Birmingham, Ala.

We recognize the following corporate partners for their contributions and vision for a better world:

Supporting sponsor

Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo leads sponsorship of the Carter Work Project with a $750,000 contribution and 150 volunteers building in six cities.

Wells Fargo and Habitat for Humanity share a vital goal: to make the dream of homeownership available, affordable and sustainable for the health and vitality of our communities. Wells Fargo has provided Habitat affiliates with $58 million and more than 4 million volunteer hours since 1993.

In 2010, Wells Fargo joined Habitat as a national partner with an $8 million contribution to support Habitat capacity building, as well as Habitat’s Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative to construct, repair and rehabilitate affordable housing for low-income families in markets hit hard by foreclosures.
More information about Habitat’s partnership with Wells Fargo.

Volunteer profile:
Jenni Wilken, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Gold sponsors

The Dow Chemical Company
The Dow Chemical Company and Habitat for Humanity have been building homes and changing lives together since the early 1980s. Globally headquartered in Midland, Michigan, Dow will provide significant product and financial contributions and scores of employee volunteers to Habitat for Humanity in 2010, supporting the 27th annual Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project and 19 community builds with Habitat affiliates around the world. To learn more, please visit www.dow.com/habitat .
Volunteer profile:
Bo Miller, Washington, D.C.


Lowe’s, a national partner of Habitat for Humanity since 2003, recently renewed its commitment to Habitat with a five-year, $20 million pledge. Through 2013, this commitment will bring Lowe's contributions to nearly $40 million. More than 238,000 Lowe's employees are dedicated to improving their communities; together, Lowe’s and Habitat have built nearly 1,500 Habitat homes. Lowe’s underwrites Habitat’s Women Build Program, and through skills taught at Lowe’s how-to clinics, helps women build simple, decent and affordable houses in their communities.
Volunteer profile:
Dom Hurley, Washington, D.C., Marcy Webber, Minneapolis, Minnesota and Patti Madigan, Birmingham, Alabama


Whirlpool Corporation
Whirlpool Corporation provides a range and Energy Star®-qualified refrigerator to every Habitat for Humanity home built in North America. The company is one of Habitat for Humanity’s largest corporate partners and has an active partnership with Habitat in 22 countries. Every year, thousands of Whirlpool Corporation employees volunteer on Habitat builds around the world. In 2005, the company announced plans to support every Habitat home built globally by 2011, either through product donations, cash or volunteer support.
Volunteer profile:
Candie Fligor, Washington, D.C.


Silver sponsors

Bronze sponsors

Gift in Kind sponsors

Hunter Douglas
Kohler Co.