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STATE FARM employees recently awarded Habitat for Humanity $270,000 in funding as part of the company’s annual Founder’s Day celebration. The new funding builds on $800,000 that State Farm donated to Habitat earlier this year for 30 grants to help youth work with local Habitat affiliates and families. This is the eighth year State Farm has been the national corporate sponsor of Habitat’s Youth Programs which are designed to engage youth and young adults in the organization’s work to eliminate poverty housing.
 
State Farm has supported Habitat for Humanity since 1994 and has served as the national corporate sponsor of Habitat’s youth programs since 2007. To date, more than half a million young people have been involved in Habitat’s work and more than $40 million have been raised as a direct result of State Farm donations of $6.7 million. 
 
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On September 22, 2014, Habitat for Humanity and BANK OF AMERICA launched their first ever multi-city global build to help revitalize neighborhoods around the world by creating safe, decent and affordable housing for low-income families. 
 
From September 22-27, more than 1,000 Bank of America employees in 32 U.S. cities, as well as London, Hong Kong, Bangkok and Jakarta, took part in volunteer events.
 
The global event kicks off the renewal of Habitat’s partnership with Bank of America, with a three-year commitment of $4.5 million to Habitat for Humanity International and $1.5 million direct to Habitat affiliates.

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NISSAN
recently renewed its partnership to Habitat for Humanity with a $1 million donation. The funding will support the construction of seven homes in Texas, Tennessee, Michigan, Mississippi and Canada. Additionally, several Habitat affiliates will receive sustainability grants to be used to incorporate green features and obtain certification in a green building construction standard. The funding will also cover the donation of four trucks to be used in affiliate construction activities.

Including its current donation, Nissan’s total support for Habitat for Humanity amounts to $11.6 million over the past nine years. Nissan’s partnership with Habitat began in response to hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005. Nissan donated 50 Nissan Titan trucks to assist Habitat’s response efforts in the Gulf Coast and mobilized employees to assist in home building. Since 2006, Nissan employees have helped to build nearly 60 homes across the United States. Nissan’s employees have logged more than 70,000 volunteer hours building homes with Habitat for Humanity.

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Delta Air Lines

Delta and Habitat for Humanity

Habitat volunteers at the 2013 Delta Fall Build in Seattle, Washington

DELTA and Habitat for Humanity have a longstanding partnership, where they continue to work together to improve the shelter conditions of families around the world. Through local and national support, Delta employees have helped build 199 Habitat homes in 11 countries around the world, including the U.S. Habitat is one of Delta’s core community partners in its Force for Global Good, which encourages employees to make a difference in the communities where they live, work and serve.

Continuing this tradition with Habitat for Humanity, more than 2,300 Delta Air Lines employees are building houses across the country this fall. Delta employees are working alongside families in the major Delta hubs of Atlanta, Detroit, Minneapolis and New York City, as well as in Los Angeles and Seattle, key international gateway cities. Earlier this year, 90 Delta employees built 10 homes in Manila, Philippines. Additionally, Delta employees have built homes in Chile, China, Dominican Republic, Ghana, India, Mexico, South Africa and Thailand; and they joined Habitat’s response to the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, helping to build a new community not far from the quake’s epicenter. 

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There's no place like home

The Wizard of Oz

Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of The Wizard of Oz™

WARNER BROS. CONSUMER PRODUCTS, WARNER BROS. HOME ENTERTAINMENT and WARNER BROS. ENTERAINMENT CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY created a national partnership with Habitat for Humanity to launch “There’s No Place Like Home,” a campaign celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the classic film, The Wizard of Oz™.

The year-long program kicked off in early September with a digital fundraising campaign. Throughout the year, the campaign will feature several themed initiatives and events supporting Habitat for Humanity’s work to create decent, safe and affordable housing in partnership with low-income families.

Warner Bros. and Habitat for Humanity offer a dedicated website and corresponding Facebook application where consumers can support the “There’s No Place Like Home” campaign throughout the year. All donations to the “There’s No Place Like Home” campaign will support Habitat for Humanity’s mission to create housing in partnership with low-income families.