Moving forward together

How we built homes, strengthened communities and advocated for affordable housing with our dedicated donors and partners in FY2022

A person with bright orange gloves places a concrete block on a growing wall at the corner.

Celebrating ingenuity and resilience

Habitat for Humanity’s vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live isn’t something we simply long for. We build toward that hope every day in creative and concrete ways.

Hammers and trowels are the tools of our trade. So are strategic investments, innovation, advocacy and coalition building. Bringing people together to shape new housing solutions enables us to draw closer to the world we envision. This annual report showcases so much of the progress we have made together. And how exciting to know that for every project or initiative highlighted here, many more are happening in communities around the world because of you and your generous support.

We are extremely grateful for the faithfulness of those who help Habitat continue our work around the world. This fiscal year, we have had so many opportunities to celebrate, including a truly transformational gift from American author and philanthropist MacKenzie Scott. Every gift we receive energizes us and allows us to grow our capacity to create much-needed, multigenerational impact.

We are delighted that in many areas we have rebounded strongly after the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. The ingenuity and resilience of our global network has enabled an ever-increasing number of people around the world to know the stability and security of having decent and affordable places to call home. We must continue to make that possible.

Even as we celebrate great progress, we are mindful that the world is experiencing a crisis of housing affordability, so our work is needed more than ever. We must continue to create community, foster opportunity, and generate access and equity for all.

So let us move forward together, serving God as we serve our neighbors. May we be a blessing to each other, even as we are blessed. As we are transformed, may God guide us to transform.

Mary Cameron
Chair of the Board of Directors
Habitat for Humanity International

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

“It’s important to us to be able to make a difference in our communities. We know that having a safe and comfortable home opens up a world of opportunities for families and helps communities thrive. We are grateful to be able to work alongside Habitat for Humanity as partners to help even more families and communities build strength and stability through affordable homeownership.”
Lee Bird, chairman of the board and CEO of At Home, a valued Habitat corporate partner
Emal dances playfully with his young daughter in the living room of their home, built during Home is the Key.

Home is the Key

Everyone deserves the security and stability of a decent home that they can afford. But, for far too many, having a safe place to call home is out of reach. In its sixth year, Habitat for Humanity’s Home is the Key campaign helped connect supporters to the tremendous need for affordable housing in the United States and the importance of helping families unlock a brighter future through homeownership. The campaign raised more than US$1.4 million this fiscal year and has collectively raised more than US$13 million since 2017.

Over the course of the 2022 campaign:

  • Four key dedication events were held in Nashville, Tennessee; Palm Beach, Florida; Los Angeles; and Minneapolis.
  • A total of more than 319 million Habitat-led impressions were registered across print and digital media.
  • A placement in HGTV Magazine’s May issue reached 9.4 million readers, and more than 13 million impressions were generated by HGTV digital amplification.
  • An iHeart Radio PSA campaign delivered more than 66 million impressions, an increase of 83% over the previous year’s campaign.
  • Twenty-one Habitat affiliates in key markets helped raise awareness for affordable housing by sharing their gratitude for Home is the Key partners on social media.

We are grateful to our Home is the Key partners for their generous contributions and for sharing the stories of homeowners like Emal with their audiences. Before moving into their Habitat home, Emal and his family lived in a small apartment that caused the children alarming health issues, and regular, heavy fumigation wasn’t eradicating bed bugs, roaches and mice.

Now in their safe, healthy Habitat home, Zenab, Yousef and Zenet are thriving.

“The biggest change I have seen from the house is my kids’ health. Now that my kids are healthy and we have this home, I can focus on my next big goal for them: their education.”
Emal, Habitat homeowner

Home is the key to a world of opportunities, a world of equity, a world of fairness and stronger communities. By coming together, we can help more families in need of affordable housing and build a world where everyone has a decent place to live.

GAF helps families build safe and secure homes

GAF, a Standard Industries company and the largest roofing and waterproofing manufacturer in North America, and Habitat for Humanity have worked together to ensure more families have a strong roof over their heads and a safe and secure home for 11 years. During the span of the partnership, GAF has donated more than 2,900 roofs and partnered with their certified contractors to provide construction labor through the GAF-Habitat Community Contractor program to install the donated roofs.

All GAF roofs must be installed by a GAF Master Elite or Certified contractor to receive a GAF System Plus Ltd. warranty. The warranty includes a lifetime guarantee on shingles and a 50-year warranty on the installation. Eligible contractors connect with their local Habitat affiliates to donate their labor for installation, which helps lower home construction costs for Habitat affiliates. Participating contractors are recognized for their contribution as local partners and earn a certification from the contractor program.

Left: Closeup of roofing material. Right: Three volunteers in silhouette against a cloudy sky work on a roof.
“GAF is committed to helping build sustainable and resilient communities. Through our long-standing partnership with Habitat and with the support of our dedicated contractors, who have given their time to install roofs across the country, we’ve been able to make a meaningful impact in the lives of thousands of families. We look forward to continuing to leverage our expertise, resources and products in support of the unique needs of the communities in which we live and work.”
Jeff Terry, GAF vice president of corporate social responsibility and sustainability

In fiscal year 2022, GAF provided more than US$1.2 million in roofing materials that went toward building, repairing or rehabbing 325 roofs on Habitat homes, helping 1,300 people achieve safe and decent shelter.

Top: Closeup of roofing material. Bottom: Three volunteers in silhouette against a cloudy sky work on a roof.
Top: Two volunteers in bright orange Team Depot shirts peer over a partially finished wall on a build site. Bottom: stacks of supplies line the street, with a flag waving in the background, on the morning of a build.

The Home Depot Foundation helps empower families and communities

The Home Depot Foundation has funded Habitat for Humanity’s Repair Corps program since 2012, benefiting more than 1,800 military veterans and their families nationwide, and generously supported Habitat’s disaster recovery and advocacy efforts.

“The Home Depot Foundation is committed to veteran causes and is proud to partner with Habitat through the Repair Corps program to help military veterans and their families achieve safe and accessible housing. There’s also a critical need for resilient, affordable housing in the face of natural disasters, which is why we partner with Habitat to support impacted communities through long-term disaster recovery and rebuilding.”
Shannon Gerber, executive director of The Home Depot Foundation

In fiscal year 2022, The Home Depot Foundation donated more than US$3.5 million to Habitat, which included US$2.5 million to help more than 160 military veterans and their families improve the place they call home and US$920,000 to aid in Habitat’s long-term disaster recovery efforts. The disaster recovery funding helped Louisiana families impacted by hurricanes Laura, Zeta and Ida and Oregon families affected by wildfires. The Home Depot Foundation also supported recovery efforts in Kentucky after a devastating tornado last December, with members of Team Depot, The Home Depot’s associate volunteer force, building alongside displaced families, helping to alleviate the shortage of affordable homes after the storm.

Left: Two volunteers in bright orange Team Depot shirts peer over a partially finished wall on a build site. Right: stacks of supplies line the street, with a flag waving in the background, on the morning of a build.

This fiscal year, The Home Depot Foundation sponsored Habitat’s annual U.S. legislative conference, Habitat on the Hill, and was a title sponsor for Habitat’s biennial U.S. affiliate conference. The Home Depot Foundation also originally funded Habitat’s Partners in Sustainable Building initiative, launched with a pledge of more than US$20 million in 2008. The initiative has helped Habitat affiliates in the United States incorporate sustainable building practices in the construction of 5,324 new homes.

The Home Depot Foundation has donated more than US$51 million to Habitat since 2008 and has pledged to invest half a billion dollars in veterans causes by 2025, including helping to improve the homes of veterans who are served by programs like Habitat’s Repair Corps. Habitat is thankful for The Home Depot Foundation’s long-standing partnership and shared commitment to creating a world where everyone has a decent place to live.

“I think part of what makes Habitat for Humanity so innovative is its willingness to embrace many approaches to address the global housing deficit. Our Terwilliger Center for Innovation in Shelter positions Habitat to be a leading voice and partner to foster more equitable housing markets globally. From supporting multinationals’ efforts to better meet the needs of low-income households, to collaborating with regional development banks to increase access to housing microfinance, Habitat is helping build a better future for low-income families at scale.”
Jennifer Oomen, Terwilliger Center director of applied innovation

Terwilliger Center for Innovation in Shelter

Habitat’s Terwilliger Center for Innovation in Shelter is building more equitable housing markets through innovation. In FY2022, the Terwilliger Center helped mobilize US$2.91 billion for housing finance, bringing the total capital mobilized since 2017 to US$9.54 billion.

We extend our thanks to the following organizations and individuals for their generous financial support of the Terwilliger Center:

  • J. Ronald Terwilliger
  • The Hilti Foundation
  • Autodesk Foundation
  • IKEA Foundation
  • Dow
  • Whirlpool Corporation
  • Holcim
  • The Dotson Family Foundation
  • SeaFreight Labs
  • Swiss Capacity Building Facility
  • Asian Development Bank
  • Credit Suisse

Ron Terwilliger supports housing innovation and affordability

In 2009, Ron Terwilliger pledged a transformational US$100 million legacy gift to Habitat for Humanity – the largest donation from an individual in Habitat history – to help empower families through shelter. The Virginia native, a graduate of the U.S Naval Academy and Harvard Graduate School of Business, is chairman emeritus of Trammell Crow Residential Company, a national residential real estate company.

Ron’s catalytic early contribution of US$15 million from his legacy gift was used to create Habitat’s Terwilliger Center for Innovation in Shelter in 2016. Since its launch, the Terwilliger Center has helped more than 27.8 million people around the world improve their shelter by expanding low-income families’ access to innovative housing products, services and financing. Over the past 13 years, he also has directed his financial support to Habitat’s Cost of Home U.S. advocacy campaign and our Solid Ground international advocacy campaign, as well as making an angel investment in Habitat’s global capital campaign.

Left: Ron Terwilliger speaks at a Habitat event. Right: Closeup of ridged metal roofing tile.

A staunch supporter of affordable housing, Ron currently chairs both Habitat’s Terwilliger Center advisory board and the national cabinet for the Cost of Home campaign. Ron is also chair of Habitat’s Global Development Council, which he also has financially supported. The council is composed of business, community and political leaders around the world who work together to accelerate Habitat’s mission by mobilizing resources, encouraging innovation, raising awareness and advocating for affordable housing. Ron also serves as chairman emeritus of Habitat for Humanity International’s board of directors.

This past fiscal year, Ron made a second commitment of US$15 million from his legacy gift that will be disbursed over five years to the Terwilliger Center. The remaining US$62.8 million will be used by the center as an endowment for future efforts to build more inclusive housing markets worldwide.

“Having a safe and affordable home is fundamentally important to the well-being of families and communities. That’s why I’ve chosen to dedicate my life, expertise and resources to help provide more housing solutions to people around the world. Working with Habitat aligns with a cause that is close to my heart and gives me greater reach to help even more families.”
Ron Terwilliger

Habitat is grateful for Ron’s incredibly generous support and his deep commitment to building a world where everyone has a safe, healthy and affordable home.

Top: Ron Terwilliger speaks at a Habitat event. Bottom: Closeup of ridged metal roofing tile.
Top: strip of concrete texture. Bottom: a volunteer kneels to steady a bottom plate for a wall on a build site.

Whirlpool Corporation works to advance sustainable and affordable housing

Whirlpool Corporation and Habitat for Humanity have partnered for 23 years to build a better world where families have access to safe, decent and affordable housing. As of fiscal year 2022, Whirlpool Corporation has donated more than US$136 million in funding and products to Habitat, including 212,807 appliances such as ranges and refrigerators for Habitat homes in the United States and Canada, Europe, Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America. Together, Whirlpool Corporation and Habitat have served more than 971,000 people around the world.

In 2021, Whirlpool committed to helping expand Habitat’s BuildBetter initiative. The three-year initiative with Whirlpool builds upon Habitat’s current efforts to help homeowners mitigate the impacts of climate change with more energy-efficient and disaster-resilient homes. BuildBetter aims to help deliver an approximate 15% increase in energy efficiency compared with homes built to current government code. In FY2022, 36 families built Habitat homes through BuildBetter with Whirlpool. Ultimately, 250 resilient, energy-efficient homes will be completed, and findings from the initiative will be used to create resources that can be scaled and implemented across the United States.

Left: strip of concrete texture. Right: a volunteer kneels to steady a bottom plate for a wall on a build site.

To further highlight the global need for affordable housing, Whirlpool Corporation and Habitat kicked off a world tour in October 2021 that featured builds in the United States, Europe and Latin America. During the tour, Whirlpool Corporation provided more than US$6 million in funding and energy-efficient home appliances for use in Habitat homes. A tour stop in Indiana featured a new home build with solar panels, in partnership with Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business and Habitat Monroe County in Indiana. Another tour stop saw Whirlpool Corporation volunteers help repair flooring in one of Habitat Poland’s community-based projects, a collaboration to help improve a care home for people with intellectual disabilities run by L’Arche Poland – Wspólnota Wroclaw.

Whirlpool Corporation also supports Habitat’s U.S. advocacy campaign, Cost of Home. Now in its third year, the campaign has helped 6.45 million people gain improved access to affordable and stable homes through policy and system changes. Whirlpool has committed to supporting the campaign through its five-year run. Additionally, Whirlpool Corporation sponsored the Innovation Awards’ inspirational practices category at global housing forums organized by Habitat in Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Latin America and the Caribbean.

“Whirlpool Corporation is dedicated to helping accelerate the climate-responsible construction of sustainable and disaster-resilient homes that will result in greater protection and savings for families. We are grateful for our enduring collaboration with Habitat and the opportunity to help improve the lives of families and our planet.” 
Pam Klyn, Whirlpool Corporation’s senior vice president of corporate relations and sustainability

Habitat is proud of the decades of impact that our partnership with the Whirlpool Corporation has made possible, as we work together to create lasting change in communities and ensure more families around the world have access to safe and decent shelter.

“Without a safe, affordable place to live, no one can achieve their full potential. Speaking with Habitat homeowners has shown me that housing goes beyond meeting a basic human need. Housing is an investment in family and community. Although the scale of the affordable housing crisis can feel daunting, we have the policy tools to address it. I advocate for affordable housing because there is nothing more fundamental to an individual’s mental, physical and economic health.”
Ally Hardebeck, advocate and youth representative on Habitat’s U.S. Council
A stack of wood two-by-fours with the ends painted bright blue.

Cost of Home

As of the close of FY2022, our U.S. advocacy campaign, Cost of Home, has helped 6.45 million people gain improved access to affordable and stable homes through policy changes, and our work isn’t finished.

We extend our thanks to the following organizations and individuals for their generous financial support of Cost of Home:

  • Wells Fargo
  • J. Ronald Terwilliger
  • Stanard Family Foundation
  • Whirlpool Corporation
  • Bank of America
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • Lowe’s
  • Linda Dotson
  • Melville Charitable Trust
  • Retirement Research Foundation
  • Kresge Foundation
  • Annie E. Casey Foundation
  • Weyerhaeuser

Wienerberger and General Shale build hope and community through affordable housing

Vienna, Austria-based Wienerberger and Habitat for Humanity are celebrating 10 years of working together in Central and Eastern Europe to help families build or improve a place they can call home and to strengthen local communities. Since the partnership’s inception in 2012, Wienerberger and General Shale have joined Habitat to empower more than 4,700 people through home building and community support projects.

Wienerberger has partnered with Habitat to support the building and renovation of homes, community-based projects, and regional and national advocacy efforts in Bulgaria, Great Britain, Hungary, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania and Slovakia. The company’s North American subsidiary, General Shale, also works with Habitat locations in the United States. Together, Wienerberger and General Shale have donated more than €2 million (US$1.98 million) in funding and donated products including bricks, roof tiles and plastic piping to Habitat since 2012.

“It has been our honor at Wienerberger, and through our subsidiary General Shale, to partner with Habitat to help families achieve strength and stability through shelter. Home is the foundation to new opportunities, health, education and so much more. By working alongside families as they build safe and durable homes and advocating for the advancement of affordable housing, we can help to create a better world.”
Heimo Scheuch, Wienerberger CEO

In fiscal year 2022, Wienerberger and General Shale served 709 people in need of safe and affordable housing and through community-based projects. In May, Wienerberger employees from across Europe volunteered with Habitat Romania to help sand, prime and plaster a multifamily building in Moineşti, Romania, that will contain four housing units once completed. In the United States, General Shale donated bricks to help two Habitat homeowners build their own homes, including Sharron in Memphis, Tennessee, who can’t wait to garden and spend time on her front porch. “It’s surely a blessing,” she says of her new home. General Shale also donated bricks to a home in Huntsville, Alabama. By the end of 2022, 20 additional builds in Memphis and three in Huntsville will be completed using donated product.

Left: Closeup on a person's hands tracing a set of blueprints as they read them on top of some red bricks. Right: closeup of brick wall texture.

Top photo © Wienerberger Bulgaria, photographer: Volen Evtimo

Wienerberger also is a member of housing coalitions led by Habitat Bulgaria and Habitat Poland and has supported advocacy efforts across Central and Eastern Europe to revise legislation and advise governments on new housing laws that would benefit local communities. Since 2012, with Wienerberger’s support, more than 600,000 people have been positively impacted by housing legislation on the national and municipal level in Europe.

Representatives from Wienerberger have attended Habitat’s national housing forums in past years as speakers in Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland and Romania. In November 2021, Wienerberger was also among the partners who supported the European Housing Forum. The global housing forum series organized by Habitat convenes a network of housing organizations and nonprofit, for-profit, public-sector, academic, philanthropic and global institutions to learn about, create and promote innovative housing solutions that make sustainable impact at scale. Habitat is grateful for Wienerberger and General Shale’s partnership and commitment to helping families and communities around the world grow, thrive and prosper.

Top: Closeup on a person's hands tracing a set of blueprints as they read them on top of some red bricks. Bottom: closeup of brick wall texture.

Top photo © Wienerberger Bulgaria, photographer: Volen Evtimo

Top photo © Wienerberger Bulgaria, photographer: Volen Evtimo


A pile of red clay bricks.

For more than 40 years, Habitat for Humanity’s tithe program has helped fund our global work so that more families around the world can build or improve a place to call home. As affirmation of their commitment to Habitat’s global ministry, U.S. affiliates are expected to tithe 10% of their unrestricted revenue through the program each year. In FY2022, affiliates collectively tithed more than US$24.4 million, and they have contributed more than US$336 million since the program began in 1980.

Habitat Choptank tithed more than US$405,000 this past fiscal year, bringing the Maryland affiliate’s lifetime tithe to nearly US$1 million. Habitat Choptank was one of 84 U.S. affiliates that received part of the MacKenzie Scott gift this spring.

Habitat Choptank’s tithe partners included Haiti, El Salvador and Guatemala. In FY2022, the affiliate also tithed US$100,000 to support Habitat’s response to help meet the shelter needs of refugees fleeing the war in Ukraine.

“We believe that gifts are given to us so that we can use them to put God’s love into action. Tithing is a way that our affiliate can demonstrate to others how important it is to share your blessings. We are grateful for the opportunity to help families around the world build a brighter future through shelter.”
JoAnn Hansen, Habitat Choptank executive director


  • Anonymous
  • Austin Habitat for Humanity (Texas)
  • Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity (Texas)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver (Colorado)

$500,000 – $999,000

  • Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley (California)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati (Ohio)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas and West Pasco Counties (Florida)
  • Habitat for Humanity Portland Region (Oregon)

$250,000 – $499,999

  • Greater Des Moines Habitat for Humanity (Iowa)
  • Gwinnett/Walton Habitat for Humanity (Georgia)
  • Habitat for Humanity Choptank (Maryland)
  • Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco (California)
  • Habitat of Humanity of Collier County (Florida)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh (New York)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Long Island (New York)
  • Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region (North Carolina)
  • Habitat for Humanity of the NC Sandhills (North Carolina)
  • Habitat for Humanity of the St. Vrain Valley (Colorado)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Wake County (North Carolina)
  • Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity (Wisconsin)
  • Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity (Minnesota)

$100,000 – $249,999 

  • Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity (North Carolina)
  • Evergreen Habitat for Humanity (Washington)
  • Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity (Indiana)
  • Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona (Arizona)
  • Habitat for Humanity East Central Ohio (Ohio)
  • Habitat for Humanity Greater Birmingham (Alabama)
  • Habitat for Humanity Greater Boston (Massachusetts)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod (Massachusetts)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles (California)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Greater Memphis (Tennessee)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville (Tennessee)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sioux Falls (South Dakota)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Kansas City (Missouri)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Lee & Hendry Counties (Florida)
  • Habitat for Humanity of New Castle County (Delaware)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Omaha (Nebraska)
  • Habitat for Humanity of South Central New Jersey (New Jersey)
  • Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King & Kittitas Counties (Washington)
  • Habitat for Humanity Tucson (Arizona)
  • Houston Habitat for Humanity (Texas
  • Indian River Habitat for Humanity (Florida)
  • Paterson Habitat for Humanity (New Jersey)
  • Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity (Colorado)
  • Sussex County Habitat for Humanity (Delaware)
  • Trinity Habitat for Humanity (Texas)

Corporate, foundation, institution and individual support

Closeup of a neat stack of red bricks waiting for use.
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Habitat for Humanity’s leading partner in reconstruction efforts in Puerto Rico, AbbVie committed US$50 million in 2018 to help strengthen access to housing after the island was devastated by hurricanes Irma and Maria in 2017. The research-based pharmaceutical company has a longstanding commitment to the people of Puerto Rico and has operated on the island for nearly 50 years, where it manufactures life-saving medicines.

With AbbVie’s generous support, Habitat has implemented a holistic hurricane recovery program on the island, focusing on home repairs and new construction, helping homeowners secure land tenure, capacity building, and fostering policies and systems that will advance long-term improvement to shelter and land resilience issues.

The program has helped families repair 560 hurricane-damaged homes and spearheaded the renovation of a condominium building in San Juan’s Santurce Barrio that is now home to 12 families.

In partnership with Fundación Fondo Acceso a la Justicia, a Puerto Rico-based nonprofit, Habitat has helped homeowners secure official title clearances and collaborated with Universidad del Sagrado Corazón to create Habitat Builds Puerto Rico, a five-week training course for those entering the construction field.

Together, AbbVie and Habitat are working alongside families in Puerto Rico to build more resilient communities.

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Bank of America

Bank of America and Habitat for Humanity have partnered since 1986 to help build safe, decent and affordable homes around the world. In FY2022, Bank of America donated more than US$5.5 million to Habitat for Humanity to help families build or improve the places they call home, with US$2 million directed though Habitat for Humanity International, and the remaining US$3.5 million directed through U.S.-based Habitat for Humanity affiliates.

The funding provided grants to 137 Habitat organizations as part of Bank of America’s annual Global Builds. In Brazil, for example, emergency home repairs and community-based projects with a focus on water, sanitation and hygiene solutions helped increase protection from COVID-19. Eighty-two families were able to repair their homes, and 46 community handwashing stations and 28 urban cisterns were installed.

Bank of America is a longtime supporter of Habitat’s Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project and has been a sponsor of Cost of Home, our U.S. advocacy campaign, for three years. The Habitat partnership is one component of the company’s commitment to meeting the need for safe, affordable and sustainable places to live.

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Digicel Foundation

Ten years after partnering to help increase land tenure security in Haiti, Digicel Foundation and Habitat for Humanity are proud of how their work together to develop two land tenure manuals has continued to serve as the foundation for Habitat’s ongoing land tenure work in the country. The Port-au-Prince, Haiti-based Digicel Foundation funded the production of the manuals in 2012.

Prior to the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, less than 40% of landowners had a legal title or transaction receipt to prove ownership. With funding from Digicel Foundation, Habitat Haiti published the first manual outlining existing tenure laws and offering guidance to families for the process of buying and selling land. A second manual followed, instructing families on how to register land with Haiti’s tax office and secure legal rights. More than 10,000 land tenure manuals were distributed in French, Creole and English, and the manuals were also made available online.

Women-led households were one of the largest groups to benefit from the manuals because only a small percentage of this population held land rights in Haiti. The popularity and usefulness of the manuals have paved the way for Habitat’s Leveraging Land in Haiti project, which is working to strengthen land rights administration and land tenure security in the country.

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Since 2019, DuPont has shared Habitat for Humanity’s vision of creating a world where everyone has a decent place to live. The Wilmington, Delaware-based company values building and supporting thriving communities. DuPont’s strategic support has provided more than US$6.5 million in funding and donated products to Habitat, including insulation, air sealing and water barriers that help families build energy-efficient homes, lower monthly utility bills and enjoy healthier places to live.

In FY2022, DuPont donated products to nearly 125 Habitat affiliates across the United States and Canada and supported 17 team build days with DuPont employee volunteers working alongside families as they built or improved their homes. DuPont also served on Habitat’s Terwilliger Center for Innovation in Shelter’s jury of experts for the Urban Solutions for Water Harvesting challenge. The challenge aimed to develop low-cost solutions for water harvesting in Mexico so that more families have access to healthy homes.

Previously, DuPont has donated products and funding to Habitat’s Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project and Home Builders Blitz and has supported various neighborhood revitalization efforts across the United States.

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Ethan Allen

Ethan Allen believes that everyone should have a safe and decent place to live. As a Habitat for Humanity partner since 1998, the Danbury, Connecticut-based retailer has provided nearly 69,000 donated products to Habitat, which have been shipped to 161 affiliates across the United States.

In FY2022, Ethan Allen donated more than 26,000 pieces of home furniture and soft goods to Habitat ReStores for resale across the United States. ReStores help fund Habitat locally, ensuring more families can achieve their dream of homeownership. Thirty affiliates received donated products this past fiscal year. Through this partnership with Habitat, Ethan Allen affirms its commitment to safe, affordable housing for all.

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The Hilti Foundation

The Hilti Foundation, a joint venture of the Hilti Family and Hilti Group, has partnered with Habitat for Humanity for more than a decade to drive transformational change. Together, the Hilti Foundation and Habitat have helped families around the world build and improve 1 million homes and have served 5 million people.

The Hilti Foundation and Habitat collaborate to convene and grow a community of partners working to employ innovative shelter technologies and reshape market systems. As part of that effort, the Hilti Foundation has taken on the role of global presenting sponsor of Habitat’s global series of regional housing forums.

As part of their commitment to fostering innovative solutions for the low-cost housing market, the Hilti Foundation also partners with Habitat to help families build and sustain affordable homes with cutting-edge housing solutions like the Hilti Foundation’s Cement Bamboo Frame Technology. Programs piloting the technology are ongoing in the Philippines and Nepal.

The Hilti Foundation supports Habitat’s Shelter Venture Fund, ShelterTech and Shelter Venture Labs. In FY2022, the Hilti Foundation and Hilti Group employees helped judge the ShelterTech Awards, acted as mentors for participants in ShelterTech’s accelerators and volunteered to help build Habitat homes in Romania.

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In partnership, Holcim and Habitat for Humanity began work in FY2022 to demonstrate a joint inclusive business model that addresses challenges to achieving affordable housing.

The pilot will utilize research from Habitat’s Terwilliger Center for Innovation in Shelter to provide construction-loan products based on local needs. The project is being implemented in Mexico, with the aim of creating better access to affordable housing products, services and financing for low-income families through Holcim’s Disensa retail stores and distributors.

In the Veracruz region, Habitat’s Terwilliger Center, alongside Holcim, undertook a market-scoping study to map the capacity of Disensa stores and the needs of low-income households. Next, Holcim will explore using digital solutions through the platform Construye Paisano — developed by iBuild Global, an investee of Habitat’s Shelter Venture Fund — to work with local microfinance institutions and the Disensa retail store network in Mexico to develop ways to better serve low-income homebuilders, including construction-loan products that help families access high-quality construction products.

Together, Holcim and Habitat leverage the power of a shared-value partnership between a multinational corporation and a global nonprofit to open the affordable housing products and services market and create greater access for low-income families.

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J.M. Huber Corporation

Since 2018, J.M. Huber Corporation — a global manufacturer of engineered materials that delivers products and services across a broad range of industries — has partnered with Habitat for Humanity to build sustainable and affordable housing. Over the course of the partnership, the Atlanta-based family-owned company has provided more than US$2.5 million in funding and donated products, including specialty wall, floor and roof sheathing, to Habitat.

In FY2022, J.M. Huber Corporation donated US$500,000 in funding and part of a two-year US$250,000 pledge of donated Huber Engineered Woods products to Habitat. The company’s support provided products and a full home sponsorship for a build in Charlotte, North Carolina. J.M. Huber Corporation is also contributing to a project in Singapore to help older adults and low-income families repair their homes, helping 10 families construct safe and secure houses and two local schools construct new sanitation units in India, and helping families complete 45 emergency repairs to their homes in Brazil to help improve access to clean water and functioning bathrooms.

In addition to donating products and funds, J.M. Huber Corporation’s employees and employees of their portfolio companies — CP Kelco, Huber Engineered Materials and Huber Engineered Woods — have volunteered on builds in North Carolina, Singapore and Brazil.

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The Jewish Federations of North America

The Jewish Federations of North America’s Center on Holocaust Survivor Care and Institute on Aging and Trauma began partnering with Habitat for Humanity in 2022. The Center advances person-centered, trauma-informed care for Holocaust survivors, older adults with a history of trauma and their family caregivers.

The Center awarded Habitat a two-year grant of US$500,000 in FY2022. With these resources, Habitat is partnering with the Center to use the award to co-design and implement a staff training and programmatic approach with Twin Cities Habitat in Minnesota, Fort Hood Area Habitat in Texas and Habitat Lake-Sumter in Florida. These affiliates will help build, pilot and test a person-centered, trauma-informed approach to Habitat’s housing and community interventions serving older adults and veterans. Through the partnership, Habitat has also joined the Center’s national network cohort to expand learnings and connections in the sector.

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Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, LEVOLOR is a manufacturer of blinds, shades and shutters. Since partnering with Habitat for Humanity, LEVOLOR has provided more than US$4.8 million in donated products and funding to Habitat to help ensure families have secure and affordable homes. This past fiscal year, LEVOLOR donated US$1.1 million to Habitat, including US$1 million in donated product.

LEVOLOR donates cordless window coverings for use in Habitat repair and construction projects across the United States and cellular shades that help increase energy efficiency by keeping homes warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. As a valued partner since 2019, LEVOLOR’s product donations have helped Habitat affiliates lower their construction costs and serve more families.

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Novelis has partnered with Habitat for Humanity for a decade to help families revitalize and strengthen their local communities.

As the largest recycler of aluminum, Novelis recycles more than 82 billion beverage cans each year and partners with various industries, like the automotive industry, to deliver solutions that maximize the benefits of lightweight aluminum. The company has donated more than US$1.6 million to Habitat since 2012, including US$200,000 of a US$1 million five-year pledge made in FY2022.

The five-year Novelis pledge provides grants to Habitat affiliates to help build and repair homes and support an initiative that encourages aluminum recycling in local communities. Through the initiative, Novelis provides recycling bins to affiliates and invites them to help improve sustainability in their communities by competing to collect the most aluminum within a three-month period. The top three affiliates win US$6,000, US$4,000 and US$2,000 grants, respectively. This past fiscal year, 49 affiliates collected 2.5 million cans throughout the United States and Canada.

Each year, Novelis employees connect with local affiliates to volunteer alongside families as they build or improve the place they call home.

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Prologis Foundation

Prologis Foundation, a San Francisco-based global logistics real estate company, has partnered with Habitat for Humanity since 2006 to help empower families and communities through shelter. In FY2022, Prologis Foundation donated US$250,000 to Habitat, helping families build and repair homes in 18 cities in the United States, Canada, Brazil and Hungary. The company has donated more than US$1.3 million to Habitat since the inception of the partnership.

Since 2017, Habitat and Prologis Foundation have partnered on an annual day of service celebrating a shared passion for making a lasting change in the lives of families in need of safe and decent shelter. With the day of service curtailed in 2020 and 2021 because of the pandemic, Prologis Foundation reallocated US$222,000 meant for the 2021 event to Habitat’s neighborhood revitalization efforts in four communities in the San Francisco Bay area; Long Beach, California; and Denver, Colorado.

Prologis Foundation’s employees are heavily engaged in working with their local Habitat affiliates and have volunteered alongside families building or improving their homes in the United States and Canada.

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Rocket Companies

For seven years, Rocket Companies, through the Rocket Community Fund, has partnered with Habitat for Humanity to help create a world where everyone has a decent place to live. The Detroit, Michigan-based organization has donated US$3.2 million to Habitat to date.

In FY2022, the Rocket Community Fund donated US$821,000 to Habitat, which helped support Habitat’s neighborhood revitalization efforts and Home is the Key, our annual campaign highlighting the critical need for affordable housing in the United States. The funds for neighborhood revitalization helped Habitat work to strengthen communities alongside residents, community leaders and local organizations in Cleveland, Ohio; Phoenix, Arizona; Detroit, Michigan; and Charlotte, North Carolina.

Rocket Companies and its team members believe in volunteering to make a positive impact in their communities, and more than 1,800 Rocket Companies team members have volunteered with Habitat since the inception of the partnership.

Together, Habitat and the Rocket Community Fund are committed to advancing affordable housing and helping more families achieve strength and stability through shelter.

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Schneider Electric

Sustainability is at the core of Schneider Electric’s purpose, and the company is proud to be able to partner with Habitat for Humanity to create more sustainable communities where families can thrive. Since 2000, Schneider Electric has provided more than US$62 million in funding and donated products to Habitat.

In FY2022, Schneider Electric donated nearly US$3.5 million, which included solar grants and product donations of electrical equipment for home construction. Schneider Electric provided grants for Habitat homes to have solar power in Boston, Massachusetts; Dallas, Texas; Nashville, Tennessee; Raleigh, North Carolina; and Orange County, California.

This fiscal year, Schneider Electric employees participated in 30 volunteer projects with their local Habitat. More than a thousand Schneider Electric employees have volunteered with Habitat in the United States, Canada and Mexico, and many employees also serve as board members with their local Habitat affiliates. Throughout the partnership, Schneider Electric has also sponsored and participated in multiple Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Projects.

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Headquartered in Lucerne, Switzerland, SWISS KRONO Group supported Habitat for Humanity’s work in Nepal and Poland in FY2022.

A manufacturer of wood-based materials for furniture, flooring and building products, SWISS KRONO Group provided funding to accelerate the work of Habitat Nepal in their mission to empower and equip women with secure land rights and help them build safe, disaster-resilient housing. The project includes the construction of 34 new homes that will be registered in the names of both the male and female occupants, improving the position of women in their community and inspiring multi-generational change.

With the help of SWISS KRONO Group’s donation in Poland, Habitat was able to scale up staffing capacity to meet the urgent housing needs of thousands of refugees arriving from Ukraine. In addition to their financial gift, SWISS KRONO Group previously supplied Habitat Poland with donated products, including wood-floor paneling. The flooring was used to help renovate apartments that will be used for long-term secure housing.

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Wells Fargo

For nearly 30 years, Wells Fargo has partnered with Habitat for Humanity to help families build a brighter future through safe and affordable housing.

Since 2010, Wells Fargo and the Wells Fargo Foundation have donated more than US$119 million to Habitat for Humanity International and local affiliates in support of affordable and sustainable housing. As part of our collaboration in FY2022, Wells Fargo provided US$7.75 million in grant funding to support new home construction, renovations and repairs for more than 350 homes across the United States.

In FY2022, Habitat and Wells Fargo began market research for a financial coaching exploration project as part of Habitat’s Advancing Black Homeownership initiative. The findings will be used to help Habitat establish a national partnership with a financial coaching and homeowner counseling organization that will explore strategies to increase the number of Black homeowners in the United States.

Wells Fargo’s team members have served in leadership positions on Habitat for Humanity International’s board of directors and the national cabinet for Cost of Home, Habitat’s U.S. advocacy campaign. In addition, Wells Fargo has sponsored the Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project; Habitat on the Hill, Habitat’s annual U.S. legislative conference; and Habitat’s biennial U.S. affiliate conference.

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Williams-Sonoma, Inc.

Like Habitat for Humanity, Williams-Sonoma, Inc. believes that families deserve a safe place to live where they can flourish. Williams-Sonoma, Inc. has donated products and funding to Habitat since 2021.

In FY2022, Williams-Sonoma, Inc. donated millions of dollars of merchandise from their retail stores to Habitat ReStores, which support local Habitat affiliates and local homebuilding efforts.

In October 2021, William-Sonoma, Inc.’s Rejuvenation brand launched a 16-month philanthropic partnership with Habitat, committing to donate proceeds through sales of its Carson Lighting Collection. For each point-of-sale in store and online, Habitat will receive US$3. Ultimately, US$80,000 from the sales will be donated to Habitat for Humanity International, and US$20,000 will be donated to Habitat Portland Region in Oregon.

Darrell Gilmore

Darrell Gilmore has faithfully supported Habitat for Humanity’s work since 2008. In 2017, the retired corporate executive completed his goal of building with Habitat in all 50 states within a year’s time. While giving time, talent and treasure on the journey, he enjoyed learning more about how Habitat meets needs in both urban and rural communities.

Darrell has volunteered with Habitat for 32 years, including as an RV Care-A-Vanner and a Global Village volunteer in Thailand, Argentina and Poland. He also volunteered during Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Projects in South Korea and St. Joseph County, Indiana. Darrell’s sons, Christian and Andrew, joined him on builds throughout their youth and as young adults. Darrell volunteers weekly with Habitat Monroe County in Indiana and serves as needed for disaster response work with the RV Care-A-Vanners.

As a child, Darrell moved many times, so he feels a personal connection to Habitat’s mission and to creating a world where everyone has the safety and stability that home can provide. In addition to supporting Habitat, Darrell supports organizations that address veterans causes and children’s health and help older Americans.

Habitat is grateful for Darrell’s dedicated support of our efforts to help families around the world achieve their dreams of homeownership.

Ted and Jan Lassagne

Ted and Jan Lassagne met Habitat for Humanity co-founder Millard Fuller when Ted, a U.S. Air Force veteran, was stationed in Alabama in 1961 and joined the same church. They maintained a friendship, eventually visiting Koinonia Farm, the spiritual birthplace of Habitat for Humanity.

When the California natives returned home, Jan, who passed away last year, helped establish Habitat West, now known as Habitat East Bay/Silicon Valley in California. They volunteered on builds and gave many presentations to share Habitat’s mission. They continued to support and remained involved with local affiliates throughout California and the West. They also generously supported Habitat for Humanity International’s Global Impact Fund and became Legacy Builders when they included Habitat in their will.

After Jan passed, Ted encouraged loved ones to make gifts to Habitat in her honor in lieu of flowers. Later, in Jan’s memory, Ted gifted a portion of Jan’s IRA to Habitat’s Global Impact Fund.

Habitat is deeply thankful for the many ways Ted and Jan have significantly contributed to our mission.

Donations in FY2022

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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.

$50 million+

  • AbbVie
  • J. Ronald Terwilliger

$20 million+

  • The Hilti Foundation
  • Estate of Karen L. Larson
  • MacKenzie Scott

$5 million+

  • Aktion Deutschland Hilft
  • Bank of America
  • JTI
  • Lowe’s Companies, Inc.
  • Estate of Sherrill Schoepe
  • Thrivent
  • Wells Fargo Foundation
  • Whirlpool Corporation
  • Williams-Sonoma, Inc.
  • Yale

$3 million+

  • The Bauer Foundation
  • GAF
  • The Home Depot Foundation
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • Schneider Electric
  • Mary Lynn and Warren Staley
  • Stanard Family Foundation

$1 million+

  • Alwaleed Philanthropies
  • Anonymous
  • Autodesk Foundation
  • Canadian Institute of Plumbing & Heating
  • Ann and Theodore Dosch
  • The Dotson Family Fund
  • DuPont
  • EC
  • Electro-Federation Canada
  • European Development Fund
  • German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
  • The Home Depot Canada
  • The Home Depot Canada Foundation
  • HMTX Industries
  • Horizon 2020 Europe
  • IKEA Foundation
  • MaxLite
  • Novelis
  • Owens Consulting
  • Estate of James Powasnick
  • Revera
  • Ring
  • Sagen
  • Wayfair
  • Whirlpool Canada
  • Wienerberger

$500,000 – $999,999

  • 3M
  • Anonymous
  • At Home
  • Christopher Bear
  • Climate Bridge Fund
  • Cornerstone Building Brands
  • Ethan Allen
  • Fencescreen
  • Giro555
  • The Heineken Company
  • Hope and Healing International
  • Jersey Overseas Aid
  • Jewish Federations of North America
  • Kum & Go
  • Ministry of Public Utilities TT
  • Moen
  • NCAA
  • Nissan North America
  • Nomura Services India Private Limited
  • Proman
  • Rocket Mortgage
  • Saffery Read
  • Samsung C&T
  • Scotiabank
  • Simpson Strong-Tie
  • Stand for Her Land Coalition
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • State Farm
  • Tachane Foundation Inc.
  • TopBuild

$250,000 – $499,999

  • Estate of Fay Allen
  • Amazon Web Services
  • Anonymous
  • Asian Development Bank
  • Atlanta Regional Commission
  • Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Australian NGO Cooperation Program
  • Barclays
  • Estate of Peter Belenko
  • Estate of Ann Bellows
  • Blackhawk Network / Giving Good Cards
  • Boral Industries
  • Busan City
  • Carrier
  • Challenge Fund for Youth Employment
  • The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  • Citi Foundation
  • City National Bank
  • Community Foundation of Greater Des Moines
  • Crabby Beach Foundation
  • Estate of Brenda Crain
  • Daewoo E&C
  • Amanda and Peter Docter
  • Eck Family Foundation
  • Edward Jones & Co.
  • Eicher Group Foundation
  • Faire Wholesale Inc.
  • Fritz Henkel Foundation/Henkel
  • General Motors
  • Global Environment & Technology Foundation
  • Google
  • Suzan Gordon
  • Estate of Richard Green
  • Grifols
  • H&R Block
  • Holcim Technology
  • HUG
  • ISEC Foundation
  • J. M. Huber Corporation
  • Jefferies
  • Estate of Lloyd Jensen
  • JT
  • JTI Foundation
  • Kimberly-Clark
  • Koch Industries
  • LCI MD301 Haiyan Relief Committee
  • LG Electronics
  • Estate of Ellen G. Love
  • Estate of Mildred Macnaughton
  • Mahindra Group
  • Mattel
  • Melville Charitable Trust
  • Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner & Smith
  • Kathleen J. Miller
  • Milwaukee Electric Tool
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade grants (Pacific projects)
  • Modu-Loc
  • Morrow Renewables
  • MUFG Bank Limited
  • National Financial Services
  • National Ready Mixed Concrete Association
  • NLI International
  • Oak Foundation
  • Procore Technologies
  • Prologis Foundation
  • Province of Gyeongsangbuk-do
  • Estate of Adelaide Richter
  • Rust-Oleum
  • Shang Properties
  • ShelterBox
  • Estate of David Stoller
  • Estate of Bruce Swanson
  • Tango Card
  • Ting Tsung & Wei Fong Chao Foundation
  • Estate of John and Janet Toner
  • U.S. Bank Foundation
  • Estate of Nell Weidenhammer
  • Estate of Judith Weisz
  • Bob Welge

$100,000 – $249,999

  • Alice and Walter Abrams
  • ADP
  • AdWorld Total Advertising Corporation
  • Alessco
  • Allstate Canada
  • American Endowment Foundation
  • American Signature Furniture
  • Andersen Windows
  • The Annie Selke Companies
  • Anonymous
  • ANSA Homes
  • Aramco
  • Estate of Richard Arnold
  • Artaic
  • Assurant
  • Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Business Partnership Platform
  • Avangrid Foundation
  • Bangs-Russell Foundation
  • Benefit Cosmetics Canada
  • BentallGreenOak
  • Estate of Catherine Berg
  • BigSteelBox
  • Boston Foundation
  • CAF America - Cisco Systems
  • Canfor Corporation
  • Central Garden & Pet
  • CertainTeed
  • CGC
  • Cheongyang County
  • Wai Hong Leung & Yuen Yuen Chui
  • CIM Group
  • CLK Properties
  • Compass Real Estate
  • Constellation Energy Corporation
  • Credit Suisse
  • Courtney and James Curtis
  • D.A. Davidson
  • David R. Clare & Margaret C. Clare Foundation
  • Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
  • Estate of Janice Devine
  • Diageo North America
  • The Disaster Response Fund Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
  • Donatos Pizza
  • The Home Development Mortgage Fund (Pag-Ibig)
  • Hunter Douglas
  • Dow
  • Estate of Ann Dugan
  • Earth and Humanity Foundation
  • Wynette Edwards
  • Enbridge
  • Epsilon
  • Facebook
  • FedEx
  • Four Hands
  • Estate of Elizabeth Geiser
  • GHD
  • Estate of Robert Glowacki
  • Glu Mobile
  • Gordon Food Service
  • Gowling WLG
  • Graphite India Limited (B D Bangur Endowment)
  • Estate of Orpah Graybill
  • Estate of Joan Gregory
  • Groundworks
  • Estate of Owen Guthrie
  • Hallmark Floors
  • Harlan and Lois Anderson Family Foundation
  • Harvest Aid Organization Foundation
  • Harvey Hubbell Foundation
  • Marilyn and Donald Hayden
  • Hobo Bags
  • Home Trust
  • Estate of Pierre Horn
  • Joseph W. Huber
  • Mildred Huttenmaier
  • IKEA
  • IKEA India Private Limited
  • Infiltrator Water Technologies
  • Estate of Charles Inge
  • Interfor
  • ITT Inc.
  • Jasco
  • Jeonju City
  • JT International (Philippines) Inc.
  • Keith V. Kiernan Foundation
  • Kent Building Supplies
  • Estate of Linda King
  • Estate of Paul King
  • Estate of Janice Kiss
  • Korea Zinc
  • Korean Re
  • Lands’ End
  • Estate of Marilea Larm
  • Lazy Dog Restaurants
  • Lendlease
  • Wai-Hong Leung
  • LG
  • LPL Financial Services
  • The Estate of Ellen G. Love
  • M&G Global
  • Masco Corporation
  • Estate of Eleanor Maynerick
  • MCAP
  • McCormick Foundation
  • MMS USA Holdings Corp
  • Estate of Carmen Morgade
  • Morris Group, Inc.
  • Muthoot Finance Limited
  • National Philanthropic Trust
  • Naver
  • NCR Foundation
  • Dana Nearburg
  • Estate of Anne Nelson
  • Helen and Richard Nerod
  • NewAge Products
  • Nissan Canada Foundation
  • NOW Health Group
  • Old Masters
  • Estate of Mary Lou Oliva
  • ORIX Corporation USA
  • Paju City
  • Bruce Patterson
  • PayPal Giving Fund
  • Power-Pipe
  • Prism One Group
  • Pyeongtaek City
  • RBC Foundation
  • Reliance Home Comfort
  • Renaissance Charitable Foundation
  • Republic Bank Limited
  • Retirement Research Foundation
  • Roca–We are Water Foundation
  • Rockwell Automation
  • Kristen and Adam Rosenberg
  • RRF Foundation for Aging
  • Salvation Army
  • S&P Global
  • SC Johnson
  • Estate of Iris Seff
  • Shnier
  • SitusAMC
  • Smartsourcing
  • Smith’s Recycle
  • SoLo Funds
  • Somfy Foundation
  • Southwire
  • Estate of Rex Spivey
  • Stanley Black & Decker
  • Stichting Op Eigen Wieken
  • Stiftung der Deutschen Lions
  • StrongMedia Advertising Solutions
  • Swiss Capacity Building Facility
  • Taebaek City
  • Target
  • TD The Ready Commitment
  • Techtronic Industries
  • Estate of Yvonne Teitsworth
  • Estate of John W. Thatcher
  • Thomas James Homes
  • Judith Jesiolowski, Brian and David Thompson
  • TIAA
  • Tierra Sol
  • Tongyeong City
  • Estate of Naomi Totten
  • Travelers
  • The Trust Company of Virginia
  • Sheila Unvala
  • Urban Systems Foundation
  • Vacasa LLC
  • Vinyl Trends
  • Visa Inc.
  • Walgreens
  • Walmart Canada
  • Westland Insurance
  • Weyerhaeuser Company
  • WillScot Mobile Mini
  • Winnebago Industries Foundation
  • Estate of Nancy Woolley
  • Wolfgang Dürr Stiftung/Wolff & Müller
  • Yeongdeok Culture & Tourism Foundation
  • Yeongju City
  • Youngone Outdoor
  • YourCause
  • Zulily