Home is the Key 2018 partners
Thanks to the partners of Habitat's 2018 Home is the Key campaign. Their support helped raise awareness of the critical need for affordable housing.
At Home was proud to partner with Habitat for Humanity to help families build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter.
In addition to collecting donations at the register, this spring At Home donated $25 from the sale of select patio umbrellas and 100 percent of the sales of specially branded Habitat for Humanity coasters to Habitat for Humanity International.
Empowering women. Hearts. Hands. Home. Chico’s shares Habitat for Humanity’s vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to call home. Decent, affordable housing can create transformational change for women, their families and communities. This spring, donations to Habitat were collected at the register in Chico's, White House Black Market and Soma stores.
Chico’s: Chico's donated $2.00 from each Slub Tee sold during April and May, up to a maximum donation of $450,000, to Habitat for Humanity International.
Soma: Soma donated $1.00 from each Cool Nights Pajama separate sold from April 23-May 31, 2018, up to a maximum donation of $75,000, to Habitat for Humanity International.
White House Black Market: White House Black Market donated $5 for all Comfort Stretch Slim Ankle Pants sold from April 17-May 31, 2018, up to a maximum donation of $125,000, to Habitat for Humanity International.
Kum & Go proudly continued its partnership with Habitat for Humanity to help families around the U.S. have a place to call home through a donation program throughout the month of April.
Nissan was the official automotive partner in Habitat for Humanity's Home is the Key campaign. Nissan and Habitat have partnered together for over a decade and have helped families all over the world build and own their own home.
O-Cedar proudly supported Habitat for Humanity to help families build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter.
O-Cedar donated $1 for every ProMist® MAX Microfiber Spray Mop sold by O-Cedar® to any U.S. retail channel from April 1-June 15, 2018, up to $200,000.
Schneider Electric's commitment to Habitat exceeds $7.5 million in 17 years of partnership. Since 2000, Schneider Electric has donated electrical equipment valued at $36.7 million to help reduce the costs to build homes. Schneider is proud to have supported Habitat’s Home is the Key campaign to increase awareness of the mission and partnerships that help more families thrive.