How does Habitat for Humanity build homes, communities and hope? You.

You are the builders. You provide the tools. You help future homeowners and community residents around the world change the places they live for the better.

Your generous support has made all the difference for more than 40 years, and recent circumstances have only served to make that even more clear. Because you have been so steadfast and so deeply dedicated to a vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live, Habitat was able to finish 2019 and enter 2020’s unexpected uncertainty on solid ground.

And because of the commitment and creativity of our network, we were able to quickly find our footing and continue forging a path forward. Even as COVID-19 has significantly impacted our ability to build at full capacity — and likely will continue to do so in many locations well into 2021 — we still have seen great progress and positive results.

And yet, as we celebrate our impact, there is still so much work to do. We know firsthand the benefits of having a safe, decent and affordable place to call home. We also know that far too many families already struggled with housing before the global pandemic, and we see now how our communities and our neighbors continue to be deeply impacted by COVID-19 — and by the ensuing economic ripple effects that are only exacerbating the existing crisis and will no doubt continue for quite some time. We are compelled to confront the barriers and beliefs, the policies and the systems, that block so many families from having access to so fundamental a foundation.

We will no doubt continue to be challenged. We will no doubt continue to change, to innovate, to keep moving forward. And we will no doubt continue to need your help to do so.

Thank you for sharing this vision. May God continue to direct and bless our efforts, and may God continue to bless each of you.

Bradford L. Hewitt
Chair of the Board of Directors, Habitat for Humanity International

Jonathan T.M. Reckford
Chief Executive Officer, Habitat for Humanity International

Emal measures his son's height against a wall in their new home
Barbra, Kaleb and their two kids celebrate around a birthday cake with balloons and confetti scattered on the table.

Home is the Key

This year’s Home is the Key campaign highlighted how having a safe and affordable place to live, especially during times of crisis, is critical to the safety and security of our families.

In its fourth year, the campaign featured families who have opened the door to a brighter future with a hand up from Habitat. Their stories inspired our audiences and reaffirmed the importance of joining together to heal our communities. We thank our partners for their generous financial support and help in raising awareness of why homeownership is the key to strong foundations, better health and hope.

Emal and Wajma

Emal, a former translator for the United States Armed Forces in Afghanistan, and his wife, Wajma, lived in an apartment rife with bedbugs, roaches and mice. Heavy fumigation attempts proved futile, and their two children were constantly sick with rashes and infections.

The parents partnered with Habitat to build a safe, healthy home where their children could thrive. “Now that my kids are healthy and we have this new home, I can focus on my next big goal for them: their education,” says Emal.

Barbra and Kaleb

Barbra, a housekeeper at a senior living facility, and Kaleb, an HVAC specialist, searched four years for an affordable home. They wanted to raise their two children close to family in the same neighborhood they grew up in and loved. Yet the couple couldn’t find anything remotely in their budget nearby and considered moving outside the city or even the state.

Then Barbra discovered Habitat. The family rolled up their sleeves and invested 10 months of sweat equity into building the home of their dreams.

Now that they’re moved in, Barbra and Kaleb have seen firsthand the sense of security and stability that homeownership provides. “It enables us to envision a future with the kids,” says Kaleb. “They’re happy here.”

Thanks to our sponsors At Home Décor Superstore, State Farm® and U.S. Bank Foundation, and our media partners HGTV and iHeartRadio.

Wells Fargo: 27 years of partnership and counting

For 27 years, Wells Fargo has partnered with Habitat for Humanity to help families build strong, stable homes and communities. In just the past decade, the Wells Fargo Foundation has donated US$85 million directly to local Habitat affiliates and US$15 million to support national Habitat efforts, including new home construction, repairs, helping older adults age in their homes and neighborhood revitalization efforts.

In FY2020, the Wells Fargo Foundation donated US$8.1 million through its Wells Fargo Builds program to help 350 families repair or build homes in nearly all 50 states, working with local affiliates like Twin Cities Habitat in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, and Habitat Morgan County in Decatur, Alabama. In addition, Wells Fargo’s support helped Habitat India serve more than 120 families impacted by Cyclone Amphan through transitional shelters, drinking water and other services. The funds also helped U.S. veterans build Habitat homes and supported Habitat’s Cost of Home U.S. advocacy campaign.

“As a partner, Habitat fits squarely in the space of so many things that are important to us at Wells Fargo with our focus on housing affordability, financial health, volunteerism and community engagement. It’s a great organization to work with,” says Mary Mack, CEO of consumer and small business banking for Wells Fargo and a Habitat for Humanity International board member.

“Habitat is very clear on the contribution it can make to society and how to expand its impact — from building to advocacy — on a national scale and around the world. That clarity of mission helped us understand our opportunity to have an impact through the Wells Fargo Foundation.”

Innovating to help expand that impact was key in FY2020, with Wells Fargo and Habitat implementing a new administrative and grant model at the national level for Habitat affiliates applying to Wells Fargo Builds. This will help more families have access to affordable housing by standardizing the mechanisms for grant reporting and improving the ability to measure and implement best practices. “We’re excited to leverage Habitat’s infrastructure to support affiliate organizations,” says Eileen Fitzgerald, head of housing affordability philanthropy with the Wells Fargo Foundation. “The new process is cost effective and produces a better outcome for homeowners.”

Volunteering on Habitat builds is a popular choice for Wells Fargo employees looking to engage in their local communities, and nearly 60 Wells Fargo employees sit on local Habitat affiliate boards across the country. In 2019, Wells Fargo employees volunteered more than 1.9 million hours of service through Wells Fargo Builds, including building, repairing and improving 674 homes. More than 60% of those volunteer projects were facilitated by Habitat.

Though volunteer opportunities were paused this year due to COVID-19, Mary Mack — who has built with Habitat locally and during two Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Projects — says Wells Fargo team members can’t wait to get back out to builds with hammers and hard hats when it’s safe to do so. “There’s nothing like seeing Habitat’s mission in action.”

Three Wells Fargo employees in "Wells Fargo Volunteers" t-shirts stand with a Habitat homeowner in a blue shirt.
A group of Schneider Electric employees in blue Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project t-shirts, posing goofily and holding a giant check for $11,000 in front of a half-finished Habitat house.

Schneider Electric helps power Habitat homes

For the past 20 years, Schneider Electric has provided electrical equipment to help power safe, sustainable Habitat for Humanity homes.

“Building sustainable communities where everyone has access to safe, reliable and efficient energy is at the heart of Schneider Electric’s mission,” says Annette Clayton, CEO and president of Schneider Electric North America. “As longstanding Habitat partners, we are proud to be a part of a truly transformational process for families as they achieve strength and stability through affordable homeownership.”

To date, Schneider has supplied more than US$40 million worth of electrical products to build homes in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. The company has also donated more than US$10 million in funding toward the cost of land, infrastructure and building materials. In FY2020, Schneider Electric committed US$750,000 to help families secure decent and affordable homes.

Schneider Electric’s employees are longtime Habitat volunteers, underscoring the company’s commitment to forming strong community partnerships and creating innovative, sustainable and reliable energy solutions for families. Last year, 925 employees volunteered on Habitat builds for a total of 7,400 hours. Employees have also been involved in multiple Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Projects, including volunteering in Nashville, Tennessee, in October 2019.

“Rolling up your sleeves and working side by side with a homeowner makes the experience of volunteering on a Habitat home more real and meaningful,” says Kim Varga, senior director of operations and engineering, digital power at Schneider Electric and a board member of Habitat Williamson-Maury.

Last fall, Kim organized a volunteer activity for more than 20 team members from Schneider Electric’s office in Franklin, Tennessee. The group of mostly mechanical and electrical engineers helped Margaret and one other homeowner raise the frames for their homes.

Margaret’s new home —which she shares with her two grandchildren, 15-year-old Damarian and 14-year-old Madison — is located on a tree-lined street. Two years ago, Habitat Williamson-Maury purchased a large tract of land in Fairview, Tennessee, to establish the neighborhood — they’ve constructed 14 homes so far.

“Everybody needs a decent place to live, and this is our way of giving back,” Kim says.

Schneider Electric has about 2,000 employees in the Middle Tennessee area, and Varga is one of three employees who serve on local Habitat boards. “We do cross-county builds where all three Habitats that have Schneider Electric board members help each other,” says Kim. “We partner because when there’s a need, there are no county lines. We all work as one giant team.”

Our corporate, foundation, institution and individual supporters

AbbVie logo


AbbVie is Habitat for Humanity’s leading partner in reconstruction efforts in Puerto Rico, committing US$50 million in 2018 to strengthen housing on the island. AbbVie’s generous support enables Habitat to continue partnering directly with hurricane-affected families to address their shelter needs and to enable Habitat to create policies and systems that will improve shelter, land and resilience issues.

Through its support of Habitat’s initiatives in Puerto Rico, AbbVie is supporting communities where its employees live and work, as well as underserved communities around the globe. Its corporate responsibility commitments include supporting long-term community strength. In light of the continuing devastation in Puerto Rico, AbbVie remains dedicated to rebuilding the island with Habitat.

In 2018, AbbVie donated an additional US$500,000 to Habitat to build homes across the U.S. as part of the company’s “Week of Possibilities,” during which they contribute to meaningful causes around the world. By collaborating with Habitat, AbbVie is working to help repair and rebuild desperately needed homes and improve the lives of people in the U.S.

Bank of America logo

Bank of America

As a Habitat for Humanity partner for more than 30 years, Bank of America has helped to build safe, decent and affordable homes around the world alongside those who need them most. The bank’s significant generosity began in 1986 and has grown over the years to include annual Global Builds reaching over 110 affiliates in the U.S. and throughout the world, as well as work in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, India and Vietnam.

The company has been a dedicated supporter of the Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project, both in the U.S. and abroad, and a member of the leadership team recently joined Habitat’s Cost of Home advocacy campaign cabinet. This year, Bank of America shifted its global grant to Habitat to provide operational support for U.S. affiliates and national organizations that have struggled in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Habitat partnership is one component of the 240-year-old company’s commitment to meeting the need for safe, affordable and sustainable places to live. Bank of America recognizes that this is a significant challenge globally and has prioritized sustainable cities and communities as one of its philanthropic goals. Its ongoing partnership with Habitat strengthens its commitment to helping families and advancing racial equality.

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BCI Acrylic

BCI Acrylic is one of the largest independent manufacturers of acrylic baths, showers, wall surrounds and related products for the bathroom remodeling industry. The company became a supporter of Habitat for Humanity in 2019, donating more than US$500,000 in products for Habitat builds. Many of the company’s products have been used in Habitat’s Aging in Place program, which helps older homeowners improve the safety and accessibility of their homes.

Habitat is BCI Acrylic’s first nonprofit partnership, and the collaboration will continue to support Habitat builds across the country and provide local Habitat affiliates with access to bathroom products.

Founded in 1999, BCI Acrylic’s core values include serving others in their community and doing great work – ideals demonstrated through BCI Acrylic’s support of Habitat.

Cornerstone Building Brands logo

Cornerstone Building Brands

Cornerstone Building Brands expanded collaboration with Habitat for Humanity this year, building on a partnership established in 2015. Throughout the partnership, they have donated more than US$2 million in Ply Gem building products and have engaged employees to help families build more than 500 homes in 90 communities.

Their Home for Good project raises awareness of and directly impacts the critical need for affordable housing through product donations. Cornerstone Building Brands have been a longtime supporter of Habitat’s Home Builders Blitz, donating products like Ply Gem windows and vinyl siding, and encouraging employees to volunteer in their communities. In FY2020, the company has chosen to designate much of its support to Habitat’s Homes, Communities, Hope + You campaign, a network-wide fundraising initiative that is supporting Habitat’s work with those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in communities across the U.S. and around the world.

Through Cornerstone Building Brands’ generous donations of funding and volunteer hours, as well as the media exposure their work has helped generate, more families in the U.S. can build Habitat homes and brighter futures.

GAF logo


Since 2011, GAF, the largest roofing manufacturer in the U.S., and GAF-certified contractors have partnered to provide free roofing for Habitat for Humanity houses across the U.S. and Canada. GAF donates the roofing materials, and the GAF-certified contractors volunteer their installation services. Over the past nine years, GAF has provided more than 2,400 roofs for Habitat houses across the U.S. and Canada.

In 2019, GAF donated US$1.6 million in materials for Habitat projects, including disaster relief efforts and the Home Builders Blitz program. The company recently rebranded its GAF-Habitat for Humanity Community Contractor Program to encourage more participation among local contractors. GAF dedicated a portion of its trade show booth at the International Roofing Expo to the program and visited every regional contractor conference to help spread the word about its partnership with Habitat. Each contractor who donates labor to installing a roof on a local Habitat project receives recognition at GAF’s nationwide conference.

GAF believes that every person, no matter who they are or where they come from, should have a decent place to live and the opportunity for a better future.

The Hilti Foundation logo

The Hilti Foundation

Founded in 1996, the Hilti Foundation is a joint venture of the Hilti Family and Hilti Group. Since 2012, the Hilti Foundation has partnered with Habitat for Humanity’s Terwilliger Center for Innovation in Shelter to employ innovative shelter technologies and reshape market systems so that 4 million additional people around the world — and many more into the future — have a decent place to call home. The Hilti Foundation is committed to developing new and innovative solutions for the low-cost housing market, allowing people to lead a life of self-determination with an emphasis on sustainability, scalability and accountability.

In 2018, the Hilti Foundation and Habitat began a long-term commitment to help build or improve more homes globally. The partnership will accomplish this through innovative endeavors like the Hilti Foundation’s Cement Bamboo Frame Technology and support for Habitat’s Shelter Venture Fund and ShelterTech.

Together, Habitat and the Hilti Foundation are committed to fostering innovation and collaboration, accelerating the affordable housing market and advancing innovative housing products, services and technologies that promote inclusive housing for all.

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Kum & Go

Kum & Go shares Habitat for Humanity’s vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live and has collaborated to help make that vision a reality since 2014. Each year, Kum & Go provides a US$100,000 house sponsorship to a local Habitat affiliate and, for the past six years, has supported home builds in North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Oklahoma and, most recently, Colorado. In FY2020, the company also provided grants to 15 Habitat affiliates, donating nearly US$40,000 to further Habitat’s work at the local level.

Habitat’s mission resonates with Kum & Go customers, who have made substantial contributions through Kum & Go’s cause marketing campaigns. During the seventh annual campaign in February, associates at 400 stores across 11 states raised US$374,549 from customer donations, and Kum & Go corporate gave an additional US$243,176 for an FY2020 donation total of US$617,725.

To date, the partnership has resulted in more than US$3.8 million in donations for Habitat. Through Kum & Go’s ongoing partnership with Habitat, customers have gained a greater awareness of Habitat’s work in their communities and helped more families achieve strength and stability through shelter.

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LEVOLOR has committed more than US$2 million in donated products to Habitat for Humanity since 2019. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, LEVOLOR was one of the first million-dollar-level supporters of Habitat’s Homes, Communities, Hope + You campaign in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

As part of its support of Habitat, LEVOLOR donates cordless window coverings for use in Habitat repair and construction projects across the United States. Through the donation of products such as blinds and shades, local Habitat affiliates can lower their construction costs and serve more families. LEVOLOR’s cellular shades also increase home efficiency by keeping homes warmer in winter and cooler in the summer.

Through this partnership with Habitat, LEVOLOR affirms its commitment to safe, affordable housing for all.

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POSCO has collaborated with Habitat for Humanity since 1999, creating lasting change in numerous Asian countries by helping families build durable, affordable housing. What started as a donation in support of Habitat Korea’s work on a home near POSCO’s plant 21 years ago has grown into a multimillion-dollar partnership.

POSCO contributed to Habitat’s 2006 Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project in Lonavala, India, where 100 houses were built by thousands of volunteers working alongside families in need of decent homes. And, in 2008, POSCO began funding Habitat Global Village teams of youth volunteers from Korea, who help families build homes in countries across Asia. Through this partnership, POSCO and about 100 Korean university students team up each year to build alongside families in need of decent, affordable homes. POSCO, Habitat, dedicated volunteers and homeowners have built hundreds of homes in several countries, creating what are known as Steel Villages. The steel-framed homes are durable, have enough space for family members and are affordable. These homes also are built with proper sanitation, benefiting entire communities. The Steel Villages have had a lasting and positive impact in countries such as Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam and have been featured on the U.N. website.

Together, Habitat and POSCO understand the value of helping families and communities through innovative technology and methods.

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The Rockefeller Foundation

The Rockefeller Foundation was founded in 1913 to promote the well-being of humanity throughout the world. The foundation advances new frontiers of science, data, policy and innovation to solve global challenges related to health, food, power, and equity and economic opportunity. As a philanthropy focused on building collaborative relationships with partners and grantees, The Rockefeller Foundation seeks to inspire and foster large-scale human impact by identifying and accelerating breakthrough solutions, ideas and conversations.

The Rockefeller Foundation’s support helps undergird Habitat for Humanity’s collaborative partnerships with families, which include financial education and sweat equity. For the past two years, The Rockefeller Foundation has financially supported this model, as well as Habitat’s efforts to expand access to finance and homeownership. The foundation’s Zero Gap initiative drives innovation in development finance and increases the amount, efficiency and diversity of funding that aims to achieve positive social outcomes. This initiative aims to provide scalable, sustainable solutions that will improve livelihoods for millions of people. With the added support from the foundation, Habitat affiliates should have increased access to financing so more families can utilize resources to become Habitat homeowners and achieve financial stability.

Like Habitat, The Rockefeller Foundation works globally, collaborating with a wide range of partners to catalyze significant change. This includes initiatives to help bring economic security to millions of families, something affordable homeownership helps them obtain. We are thankful to have The Rockefeller Foundation’s grant support.

Don and Marilyn Hayden

For nearly 30 years, Don and Marilyn Hayden’s generous contributions have helped numerous Habitat for Humanity families build a better future. Professionally, Don has worked in the pharmaceutical and health care industries and served on several boards. The Haydens are committed to helping everyone have a decent place to live, in addition to supporting organizations that address physical and mental health issues, substance abuse, suicide prevention, education and hunger.

Don and Marilyn’s altruism empowers Habitat’s work worldwide, helping families to build new homes and perform critical repairs. Their support also enables advocacy and awareness-raising of the need for safe housing, as well as the training of carpenters, craftsmen and engineers in the use of sustainable materials that withstand natural disasters.

Their donations help families gain security and build strong foundations in Habitat homes. We are deeply thankful for the Haydens’ commitment to affordable housing.

Christiana Smith Shi

Christiana Smith Shi’s support for Habitat for Humanity began with a donation in 1996 and has grown over the years. Christiana has served as Nike’s president of direct-to-consumer, and she founded Lovejoy Advisors LLC four years ago. Her contributions to Habitat are not only financial, she has also built alongside Habitat homeowners in the Yucatán, Mexico, and visited programs in Argentina with her son. She has shared the joy of giving back alongside family and friends who volunteered with her on Habitat Global Village trips, most recently for a milestone birthday celebration in the Dominican Republic, which she affectionately titled “Viva CSS 6.0.”

Christiana lends her energy, talent and expertise to Habitat’s mission as a valued member of our board of directors. She champions social justice and gender equity causes, serving on several boards and working to create solutions in these areas. She is also a founding member of Habitat Portland/Metro East’s Women Build program. Christiana has also participated in special build events, including multiple Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Projects and builds tied to Habitat’s annual Home is the Key cause marketing campaign.

She is committed to Habitat’s vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. We are thankful for each of the many ways Christiana contributes to our organization.

Ron Vandeveld

Even as a child, the late Ron Vandeveld prioritized family and community. Although his cognitive development was delayed after he had whooping cough as a young child, Ron was not one to be deterred. He joined the U.S. Army as soon as he was old enough and served as a fuel truck driver in Korea. After his service ended, he worked as a sanitation worker in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, until he retired.

Ron believed that every little bit can do a lot of good. He regularly donated whatever funds he could to causes that were important to him. One of his favorite nonprofits was Habitat for Humanity, especially after his brother and sister-in-law became involved with Habitat’s RV Care-A-Vanner program. Out of his deep and abiding desire to help children in need of a safe home, Ron joined other traveling volunteers on several builds and designated a legacy gift to help future generations. Ron passed away in 2018, but the funds he bequeathed Habitat will empower two new families with homeownership. The first home was built in Florida during the RV Care-A-Vanners’ 30th anniversary build in 2019. The second will be built near Ron’s hometown in Manistique, Michigan, in 2021.

Habitat greatly appreciates Ron’s trust in our work and his lifelong pursuit of helping others.

Homes, Communities, Hope + You

As people around the world began to grapple with the public health crisis and economic impacts of COVID-19, Habitat for Humanity pledged to confront the global housing need that has only grown exponentially, launching our first-of-its-kind Homes, Communities, Hope + You campaign.

We thank our million-dollar-level supporters LEVOLOR, Lowe’s, Republic Services and Thrivent. These companies, all longtime Habitat partners, have made significant commitments to support our homebuilding and community development work.

  • Alliance Data
  • Ayco Charitable Foundation
  • Citi Foundation
  • Cornerstone Building Brands
  • Linda Dotson
  • DuPont
  • Granite Construction
  • Harlan and Lois Anderson Family Foundation
  • Hubbell
  • Jefferies LLC
  • Koscielny Family Foundation
  • Steve and Christa Leyendecker
  • Medtronic Foundation
  • MetLife
  • David and Carolyn L. Miller
  • NOW Health Group
  • PepsiCo Foundation
  • The Pfizer Foundation, Inc.
  • Simpson Strong-Tie
  • Mary Lynn and Warren Staley
  • Harlan Stone, CEO of HMTX

Cost of Home

We extend our thanks to these organizations and individuals for their generous financial support of Cost of Home.

  • Bank of America
  • Linda Dotson
  • Kresge Foundation
  • Lowe’s Companies, Inc.
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • Stanard Family Foundation
  • J. Ronald Terwilliger
  • Wells Fargo
  • Whirlpool Corporation

Capital campaign

At the end of 2019, thanks to the support of these corporate partners, Habitat for Humanity International moved into new office space in Atlanta. We extend our thanks to the following organizations for their generous financial support.

  • Anixter
  • Cisco
  • Herman Miller
  • Herman Miller Cares
  • HMTX Industries
  • Hyundai L&C USA
  • Masco
  • Valspar, The Sherwin-Williams Company
  • SunTrust Trusteed Foundations: Harriet McDaniel Marshall Trust
  • Wayfair
  • Wells Fargo
  • Whirlpool Corporation
  • Yale


Our tithe program was created as a means for U.S. affiliates to contribute to Habitat’s global ministry.

By contributing 10% of their unrestricted revenue each year, local Habitat affiliates across the U.S. affirm their commitment to our vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to call home.

In FY2020, U.S. affiliates collectively tithed nearly US$11 million. Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity contributed $362,477, bringing the affiliate’s overall tithe since its founding in 1984 to $3.43 million.

“We’ve worked to build safe, affordable homes here in Milwaukee and across the world, believing that distance does not play any role when we want to achieve Habitat’s vision.”
Brian Sonderman, executive director of Milwaukee Habitat.

Milwaukee Habitat directs its global work through a global partnerships committee, which is composed of board members, staff and volunteers who have had experience with Habitat’s international work. Through the years, the committee has added new tithe partners, passed organizational policies to solidify tithe payments as a permanent budget line item and engaged a broader audience to participate in Habitat’s Global Village volunteer trips.

This year, thanks to robust fundraising efforts, Milwaukee Habitat made an additional tithe payment to El Salvador, Zambia and Thailand.

“While this pandemic has taken a toll on our community, we remain committed to monthly tithe payments in supporting our global partners,” Brian says. “First and foremost, we hope to lead by example to other Habitat affiliates that we remain financially committed to our tithe partners, even if we can’t travel to build alongside them.”

$250,000 – $499,999

  • Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona Inc. (Arizona)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Collier County (Florida)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Indian River County (Florida)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver (Colorado)
  • Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region (North Carolina)
  • Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity (Wisconsin)
  • Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity (Minnesota)

$100,000 – $249,999 

  • Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity (Texas)
  • DuPage Habitat for Humanity (Illinois)
  • Greater Birmingham Habitat for Humanity (Alabama)
  • Greater Des Moines Habitat for Humanity (Iowa)
  • Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley (California)
  • Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco Inc. (California)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati (Ohio)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Greater Indianapolis (Indiana)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville (Tennessee)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Lee & Hendry Counties Inc. (Florida)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Omaha (Nebraska)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas and West Pasco Counties (Florida)
  • Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East (Oregon)
  • Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County (Washington)
  • Habitat for Humanity Wake County (North Carolina)
  • Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity (Colorado)



Habitat for Humanity International is thankful for our many generous donors who seek a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Included on this list are commitments from donors whose gifts or grants were made directly to an independent Habitat for Humanity national organization or represent a multiyear commitment. 

Thank you!

$50 million+

  • AbbVie Inc.
  • J. Ronald Terwilliger

$20 million+

  • European Commission
  • Hilti Foundation
  • IKEA Foundation
  • Valspar, The Sherwin-Williams Company

$10 million+

  • Wells Fargo & Company

$5 million+

  • Bank of America Charitable Foundation
  • The Home Depot Canada Foundation
  • JTI
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • Thrivent
  • Whirlpool Corporation

$3 million+

  • The Bauer Foundation
  • The Home Depot Foundation
  • Lowe’s Companies, Inc.
  • Schneider Electric
  • Tiziana and Ramez Sousou
  • Mary Lynn and Warren Staley
  • Wayfair

$1 million+

  • Aktion Deutschland Hilft
  • Alwaleed Philanthropies
  • Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
  • Autodesk
  • Canadian Institute of Plumbing & Heating
  • Ann and Ted Dosch
  • DuPont
  • Eicher Group Foundation
  • Electro-Federation Canada
  • GAF
  • Genworth Canada
  • Google/Google Home
  • Suzan Gordon
  • Estate of Richard Green
  • HMTX Industries
  • Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Disaster Relief Fund
  • Horizon
  • Jersey Overseas Aid, Nepal
  • The JTI Foundation
  • Koch Industries
  • M&G plc
  • MaxLite
  • NCAA
  • Novelis
  • Owens Corning
  • Proman
  • Republic Services
  • Revera
  • Roche
  • Estate of Kay Shever
  • Stanard Family Foundation
  • Sabina and Harlan Stone
  • United Nations Development Programme
  • The Velux Foundations
  • The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation
  • Yale


  • AARP Foundation
  • Estate of Susan Ash
  • Asian Development Bank
  • BCI Acrylic
  • Benevity
  • Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd.
  • Estate of Doris Bouadjemi
  • Choice Hotels Canada
  • Cornerstone Building Brands
  • Delta Air Lines
  • Fidelity Charitable
  • Estate of Synnove Fielding
  • Estate of Barbara Friis-Pettitt
  • Estate of John Hewitt
  • Hope and Healing International
  • J.M. Huber Corporation
  • Estate of Madeline Jacobs
  • Jefferies
  • Kum & Go
  • Lutheran World Relief
  • Nissan North America
  • Procore Technologies
  • Quicken Loans
  • Estate of Sharon Roling
  • Rust-Oleum Consumer Brands Canada
  • State Farm
  • Estate of Jean Stauffer
  • Tachane Foundation
  • United Nations Office for Project Services
  • Wienerberger


  • 3M
  • Alice and Walter Abrams
  • Allegion
  • Estate of John Allen
  • Amazon
  • American Homes 4 Rent
  • Anonymous
  • At Home Stores
  • Ayco Charitable Foundation
  • Estate of Barbara Bacich
  • Barclays Bank
  • Bellavita Land Corporation
  • Boeing
  • Carrier Corporation
  • CGC Inc.
  • City National Bank
  • Crabby Beach Foundation
  • Credit Suisse Americas Foundation
  • Decor Grates Inc.
  • Linda Dotson
  • Dow
  • Estate of Greg Ehrensing
  • Estate of Erling Eia
  • Enbridge Gas
  • European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations, Haiti
  • Estate of Paul Gatza
  • General Motors Foundation
  • German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development
  • Estate of Betty Hasteadt
  • The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Ltd., India
  • H&R Block
  • Estate of Sandra Ihly
  • Ivanhoé Cambridge
  • Estate of Robert Kates
  • W.K. Kellogg Foundation
  • Kohler
  • Estate of Arlene Kulka
  • L&T Financial Services Ltd.
  • L&T Technology Services
  • Lions Club International and Lions Club MD301
  • Joseph Logan
  • The Lui Pak Wei Charitable Trust
  • Lyft
  • Martin Marietta
  • Estate of Imogene Maxon
  • MetLife Foundation
  • Milwaukee Electric Tool
  • NLI International
  • OPEC Fund For International Development
  • Estate of Charles Pietras
  • Procter & Gamble
  • Prologis Foundation
  • PT Arthawenasakti Gemilang
  • Reliance Worldwide Corporation
  • Maria and Garry Ridge
  • Ana-Maria Rizzuto
  • The Rockefeller Foundation
  • Samsung C&T
  • Keely N. and R. Scot Sellers
  • Christiana Smith Shi
  • Simpson Strong-Tie
  • Estate of Nancy Sloss
  • Estate of Joseph Stummer
  • Superior Glove Works Ltd.
  • Swiss Capacity Building Facility
  • Estate of Lynn Taylor
  • Techtronic Industries Co. Ltd.
  • Tides Foundation
  • The Travelers Companies
  • TopBuild Corporation
  • Uponor North America
  • U.S. Bank Foundation


  • Able Services
  • Aditya Birla Housing Finance Ltd.
  • Allianz
  • Alston & Bird
  • Altisource Solutions, Inc.
  • Alveo Land Corporation
  • Ananda Development Company Ltd.
  • Anixter
  • Anonymous
  • ANSA Homes
  • Anson Industries Inc.
  • Elizabeth Anton Habitat for Humanity Fund
  • The Arab Gulf Program for Development (AGFUND)
  • Aramco Asia Singapore
  • The Argosy Foundation
  • Assurant
  • Avangrid Foundation
  • Ayala Land Inc.
  • Bangs-Russell Foundation
  • Bed Bath & Beyond
  • Estate of John Behrman
  • Benefit Cosmetics Canada
  • BentallGreenOak
  • Blackhawk Network
  • Sue and Fred Bockmann
  • The Boston Foundation
  • Bill Brand
  • Jorge Bueso
  • BuildDirect
  • Busan Metropolitan City
  • Camilla House Imports
  • Caterpillar Foundation
  • Cathay Land Inc.
  • Chico’s FAS
  • Cisco Systems
  • Citi Foundation
  • The David R. Clare and Margaret C. Clare Foundation
  • CNH Industrial America
  • Compassionate Service Society
  • Constellation, an Exelon Company
  • Convoy Supply
  • Corner Bakery Cafe
  • Cox Automotive Canada
  • Estate of Annella Creech
  • Cresa Global
  • Courtney and James Curtis
  • Daimler Financial Services India Pvt. Ltd.
  • Amanda and Peter Docter
  • Estate of Robert Doty
  • Estate of David Duberman
  • EACOM Timber Corporation
  • Earth and Humanity Foundation
  • Facebook
  • First Golden Achiever Realty & Development Corporation
  • Foremost International
  • William B. and Sherry Fortier
  • Fritz Henkel Stiftung
  • Betsy and John Garibaldi
  • Brian Garone
  • Estate of Monica Gautam
  • Gert Riedel Stiftung
  • Estate of Alice Gillisse
  • Pat and Tom Gipson
  • Godrej Group
  • goeasy Ltd.
  • Gordon Food Service
  • Gowling WLG (Canada)
  • Granite Construction
  • Graphite India Ltd. (BD Bangur Endowment)
  • Estate of Orpah Graybill
  • Green Home Solutions
  • Estate of Kenneth Harstad
  • Marilyn and Donald Hayden
  • Henkel Corporation
  • Herbalife Nutrition
  • Herman Miller
  • Hero MotoCorp Ltd.
  • Estate of Bruce Herzog
  • Estate of Margaret Hickey
  • The Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation
  • Hilton Grand Vacations
  • HSN, Inc.
  • Hubbell, Inc.
  • HUG — Korea Housing & Urban Guarantee Corporation
  • Hunter Douglas
  • ImpactAssets
  • Infiltrator Water Technologies
  • Infor Global Solutions
  • Inter-American Development Bank
  • ISEC Foundation
  • Jasco Products Company
  • J.Crew
  • Estate of Juel Kamke
  • Keith V. Kiernan Foundation
  • Jamie and Jason Kilar
  • Korea Zinc
  • Korean Reinsurance Company
  • Estate of Anne Lanier
  • Larson Manufacturing Company
  • Lautan Luas (Gresik dan Manyar)
  • Lazy Dog Restaurants
  • Rita Pasay and Daniel Lebish
  • Estate of Jean Leopold
  • Lloyd’s Charities Trust
  • Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation
  • Estate of Jacqueline Ludel
  • Mahindra Rural Housing Finance Ltd.
  • Marketplace Events
  • MCAP
  • Medtronic Foundation
  • Merrytown Properties Corporation
  • Estate of Doris Mesenbrink
  • Metricon
  • Mobile Mini
  • Estate of Forest Montgomery
  • Estate of Margaret Musselman
  • Estate of Katherine Nicklaus
  • Nissan Canada Foundation
  • NOW Health Group
  • Nutrifood Indonesia
  • Pennington
  • The PepsiCo Foundation
  • The Pfizer Foundation
  • Estate of Milton Phibbs
  • Pilipinas Shell Foundation
  • Patricia and Richard Pogue
  • POSCO Energy
  • Power-Pipe
  • Prudence Foundation
  • Prudential Financial
  • Prudential Indonesia
  • RBC Foundation
  • Reiner Meutsch Stiftung Fly & Help
  • Estate of Connie and Lester Reischman
  • Renin Corporation
  • Rettig USA
  • RioCan Real Estate Investment Trust
  • Rotary District 3181
  • RTI
  • Samsung Electronics
  • Lydia and Harry Sangree
  • Scotiabank
  • Shang Properties
  • The Silver Hotel Group Ruparell Foundation
  • Six Continents Hotels/IHG
  • Smilegate
  • Smith’s Recycle
  • Splunk
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • Stiftung der Deutschen Lions
  • The Sunshine Fund
  • The Swire Group Charitable Trust
  • Tango Card
  • Estate of Beverly Tarbell
  • TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation
  • Trane Technologies
  • Volvo Construction Equipment
  • Voya Financial
  • WD-40 Company
  • Weiner Brodsky Sidman Kider PC
  • Wine Rack
  • WillScot
  • Wipro Foundation
  • Wood Partners
  • World Vision — US
  • Zerodha Broking Ltd.
  • Z Zurich Foundation