Investing in our cause

How our generous supporters helped us build homes, communities and hope in fiscal year 2023

A collage of volunteers, speakers, ReStore staff, and partner families.

Hope and action in communities around the world

Mary Cameron
Chair of the Board of Directors

Jonathan T. M. Reckford
Chief Executive Officer

Habitat for Humanity’s mission is to bring people together to build homes, communities and hope. Communities sit at the center of that mission in every way; we have worked in communities — and with communities — around the world since our founding in 1976. Because of that approach, our ministry has now helped more than 59 million people build or improve the place they call home.

First, there are the physical communities in which we work. A safe and affordable home not only leads to security and stability, but also stronger communities. Children have opportunities for brighter futures, adults can become more connected to those around them, and residents can come together in common cause.

Habitat actively engages in other kinds of communities, too. In addition to building and repairing homes, we also build affordable housing solutions by working in the global advocacy, development, market systems and policy communities.

Over the last year, we have brought much hope and action to communities across the globe, and we are so grateful to all of the faithful volunteers, donors and partners who helped make this work possible. However, we must remember that there are countless neighbors still in need. Jesus called on us to love our neighbors as ourselves, and we will continue to partner with — and in — communities on housing solutions as we pursue a world where everyone has a decent place to live.

Thank you for your generous support, and may God continue to guide us as we share His love in communities both near and far.

Home is the Key

For years, Jessica struggled to find decent and affordable housing in her native Detroit, Michigan. The family’s rental was in an unsafe neighborhood, and it had a leaking roof, an unstable foundation and mice. “We were living in a house that was basically uninhabitable,” she says.

But now that Jessica has a safe and healthy Habitat for Humanity home with an affordable mortgage, she’s beaming with happiness. She treasures the special memories she’s already been able to create with her children, 16-year-old Amiyah and 2-year-old Noah, in their new home. “We celebrated our first Christmas here. It was just me and the kids. It was such a joy,” Jessica says.

Each April, Home is the Key, Habitat’s national cause marketing campaign reminds us that when homeownership is accessible to everyone we all benefit. Now in its seventh year, Home is the Key highlights the critical need for affordable housing in the U.S. by raising funds and driving awareness to help make homeownership more equitable.

Left: Jessica and her two children sit on the steps of their new home. Right: a wide shot of their house with a house-shaped sign in front reading "Home sweet home."

Opening the door to security and stability

This past fiscal year, Home is the Key raised US$1 million, bringing its total to more than US$14 million raised since 2017. The campaign garnered more than 494 million audience impressions, including exposure through media outlets, influencer posts, events and visibility across the channels of the Habitat network.

Campaign media partner iHeartRadio shared PSAs in 107 cities across the U.S., reaching more than 25 million adults. HGTV Magazine, also a media partner, included a placement in its print and digital editions, as well as spotlighting the campaign on social media and in an HGTV + Habitat e-newsletter. The campaign also received coverage from Coffee with America, People Magazine, Yahoo! US and BUILDER Magazine.

Building a legacy of home and happiness

During the 2023 campaign, Jessica shared her story, along with three other families, to help inspire support for affordable housing and show why home is the key to unlocking stability, intergenerational wealth and much more. Nearly a year ago, new neighbors and old friends gathered on Jessica’s front porch in Detroit’s Morningside neighborhood to offer warm, congratulatory hugs after her home dedication. Now her family is settled into their home and enjoying the benefits of living among caring neighbors. “They’ve shoveled my snow and things like that,” Jessica says. “So that’s amazing to me. It’s something that I’ve never personally experienced.”

Though today Morningside is filled with weekend barbecues and new businesses sprouting up along its main streets, it wasn’t always that way. The global recession, along with the decline of the city’s auto industry and a drastic drop in population, contributed to Detroit’s financial difficulties. As a result, neighborhoods like Morningside dwindled in size and stability.

Though scars of the city’s financial troubles still exist, Detroiters have poured their energy into the city’s comeback. Jessica’s home is one of more than 160 Habitat homes that have been rehabilitated or repaired in the Morningside community by Habitat Detroit in partnership with homeowners and local community organizations since 2006. “I’m proud of the resilience of the city,” Jessica says.

As she looks toward the future, Jessica is focusing on her next goal: becoming a nurse. She hopes her Habitat experience helps her children understand the importance of reaching for their dreams and building community and generational wealth through homeownership.

To be able to show my daughter that it’s possible and to make her proud of me, that’s the biggest thing for me. The baby doesn’t have many memories, but he’ll always know that mom was a homeowner. That’s all he’ll know, and that’s a good thing, too.”
Jessica, Habitat Detroit homeowner
Bottom: Jessica and her two children sit on the steps of their new home. Top: a wide shot of their house with a house-shaped sign in front reading "Home sweet home.""

Thank you to our Home is the Key sponsors:

  • At Home
  • Kum & Go
  • Resideo

Media partners

  • HGTV
  • iHeartRadio
Xochitl stands in front of her repaired home, her hand on a sign reading "A community impact project made possible by Lowe's."

Lowe’s supports home repairs that help preserve homes and communities   

When Xochitl’s husband of 30 years, Robert, passed away, her life and the lives of her two children were turned upside down. Robert had been the primary income earner, and he’d always handled the repairs to the family’s aging home. With Robert gone and finances limited, Xochitl wasn’t sure how she’d be able to make repairs to the back porch, the exterior of the house and the kitchen where she ran her small baking business.

Thanks to a grant from Habitat for Humanity and Lowe’s, Xochitl was able to fix her home. Now she’s been able to expand her baking business, and her children are excited to have friends over. “It has been so difficult with Robert gone. He took care of all the repairs to our house and to our hearts,” Xochitl says. “We will always miss him, but now we have hope things will be OK.”

Preserving memories, homes and communities

Habitat and Lowe’s have helped more than 18,000 families like Xochitl’s improve their living conditions, impacting more than 660 communities in the U.S., Canada and India, since the partnership began in 2003. Throughout the past two decades, Lowe’s has donated more than US$92 million to Habitat and engaged associate volunteers to work alongside families as they build or improve their homes.

In 2022, Lowe’s renewed its focus on working with Habitat to support home repair and rehabilitation projects: critical home repairs, home preservation efforts and aging in place solutions that help make the homes of older adults safer and more accessible. Lowe’s provided more than US$1.4 million in donated products and US$3 million in cash to Habitat in fiscal year 2023. More than US$2 million of the funding was administered as grants to 79 Habitat affiliates across the U.S. to fund a projected 484 repair and rehabilitation projects. These life-changing grants have helped families have greater security and stability in the homes and neighborhoods that they love. Because of the repairs made possible by her Lowe’s grant, Xochitl looks forward to living in her home for years to come. “This is my forever home with my forever memories,” she says.

 A legacy of support

Lowe’s has been a longstanding supporter of many Habitat efforts through the years, including the Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project and the Cost of Home advocacy campaign in the U.S. In fiscal year 2023, Lowe’s added to that record of support, as a lead sponsor of the 2023 Carter Work Project in Charlotte, North Carolina, and providing US$100,000 to Cost of Home in support of helping Habitat reach its five-year goal of improving home affordability for 10 million people across the housing continuum in the United States.

Lowe’s was previously the premier sponsor of Habitat’s Women Build program, engaging committed volunteers who dedicated more than 140,000 hours to help women build or repair 6,100 homes over the course of their multiyear sponsorship.

Lowe’s generous contributions have helped Habitat to better address the critical need for safe and affordable housing around the world. Habitat is thankful for Lowe’s meaningful and enduring partnership, which has helped empower families for 20 years through improved shelter.

Cost of Home

As of the close of FY2023, our U.S. advocacy campaign, Cost of Home has helped 6.6 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
  • Lowe’s
  • Stanard Family Foundation
  • Bank of America
  • Whirlpool Corporation
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • The Dotson Family Fund
  • Melville Charitable Trust
  • RRF Foundation for Aging
  • The Kresge Foundation
  • Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund
  • Annie E. Casey Foundation
  • Walter and Alice Abrams
  • Mark Jackson

Habitat Development Council catalyzes global support

The Habitat Development Council is a network of distinguished business, community and political leaders working together to advance affordable housing. The council initiative was founded nine years ago by Ron Terwilliger, who pledged a transformational US$100 million legacy gift to Habitat for Humanity in 2009. Through the council, members catalyze action that accelerates Habitat’s mission and work.

“The affordable housing crisis is a complex problem that will require a multitude of people, organizations and governments working together to find a solution,” Ron says. “The Habitat Development Council was created to help connect some of those individuals and entities by creating a network of supporters around the world that can raise awareness and help deliver large-scale results to improve shelter for all.”

Convening a global network for affordable housing

The Habitat Development Council is divided into three area councils in Asia-Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean, and Europe. Collectively, Habitat Development Council members have donated more than US$12 million in lifetime giving to Habitat, and they have helped raise more than US$26 million for Habitat via funds leveraged through their networks since the formation of each council.  

In fiscal year 2023, more than US$2 million was donated by council members. And they also secured commitments totaling more than US$10 million in leveraged gifts, including a US$1 million commitment from the Dominican Republic government for the “100,000 floors to play on” initiative.

The council in action in Latin America and the Caribbean

Left: Two children in Guatemala sit with their toys on a clean new concrete floor. Right: A group of Habitat for Humanity leaders at the LAC Housing Forum in 2023.

Living on dirt floors can lead to major health and hygiene threats to families, especially those with young children. The “100,000 floors to play on” initiative will partner with 100,000 families across Latin America and the Caribbean. Current partnerships looking to replace the dirt floors in their homes with concrete are in Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic. When the chair of Habitat’s Latin America and the Caribbean Development Council, Celso Marranzini, first learned about Habitat’s partnership with the Inter-American Cement Federation, known by its Spanish acronym FICEM, on the initiative, he wanted to get the council involved.

We are always looking for ways to help families build or improve the place they call home. This was a great opportunity for those of us who have been blessed with a decent home to give back and encourage others to give back to our communities to those who are need of something so crucial for a healthy foundation.”
Celso Marranzini

In November 2022, Celso orchestrated a three-day visit to the Dominican Republic to gather support. Habitat Dominican Republic welcomed the group, which included members of Habitat’s Latin America and the Caribbean Development Council, local business leaders and entrepreneurs, Habitat CEO Jonathan Reckford, and members of Habitat for Humanity International’s board of directors. During the visit, the group met with Dominican Republic President Luis Abinader, as well as members of the president’s cabinet, to discuss the initiative and advocate for affordable housing in the country.

The meeting with President Abinader resulted in a US$1 million commitment from the Dominican Republic government to Habitat Dominican Republic in support of “100,000 floors to play on.” Additionally, Ron Terwilliger committed US$1 million toward the initiative in fiscal year 2023, which catalyzed donations from council members and leaders in the region. Celso has also pledged US$1 million to the initiative over five years and is working with fellow Latin America and the Caribbean council member Clara Reid to engage their networks and business leaders to support the project in the Dominican Republic.

“It is my honor to work alongside Habitat Development Council members, our friends and supporters throughout the country, and of course families in the Dominican Republic to make homes safer,” Celso says. “Through our work together, more children will have homes that bring them joy, good health and a solid foundation for the future.”

Habitat is deeply grateful for the Habitat Development Council’s support throughout Asia-Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean, and Europe to help us build a better world.

Top: Two children in Guatemala sit with their toys on a clean new concrete floor. Bottom: A group of Habitat for Humanity leaders at the LAC Housing Forum in 2023.

Terwilliger Center for Innovation in Shelter

Habitat’s Terwilliger Center for Innovation in Shelter is building more equitable housing markets through innovation. In FY2023, the Terwilliger Center helped mobilize US$916.6 million for housing finance, bringing the total capital mobilized since 2017 to US$9.46 billion.

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

  • J. Ronald Terwilliger
  • Hilti Foundation
  • Holcim Group
  • Dow
  • MOFA Netherlands - Challenge Fund for Youth Employment
  • The Dotson Family Fund
  • Harry and Lydia Sangree
  • Keith V. Kiernan Foundation
  • Joseph W. Huber
  • Wellcome Trust
  • Whirlpool Corporation
  • Stichting Op Eigen Wieken
  • Swiss Capacity Building Facility
  • Habitat for Humanity Korea
Two volunteers in Carrier t-shirts measure and cut plywood on a build site.

Carrier supports healthy homes that help improve health outcomes   

Carrier has supported Habitat for Humanity’s mission for 28 years, providing more than US$7 million in cash and donated air conditioning and home safety products to help increase access to healthy and safe housing. In fiscal year 2023, Carrier donated more than US$1.2 million in cash and donated product.

Carrier’s relationship with Habitat began with its support of Greater Indy Habitat, where it has donated an HVAC system to every Habitat home built in Indianapolis, Indiana, since 1995. Over the years, Carrier expanded the scope of its support to affiliates across the U.S. and Habitat’s work globally.

At Carrier, we are committed to helping families create a safe and healthier home where they can thrive. Through our longstanding partnership with Habitat, we’ve been proud to help positively impact our communities through enabling access to healthy and safe indoor environments, while giving our employees the opportunity to volunteer their time and talent towards advancing affordable housing.”
Caren Kittredge, senior director of CRS & strategic initiatives, Carrier

A healthy home opens up a world of opportunities

As housing costs continue to rise, coupled with a changing climate, more and more vulnerable families are forced into making impossible sacrifices, such as indoor air quality, healthy food or medical care. As a result, their health may suffer. During National Healthy Homes Month in June, Habitat and Carrier joined forces for a national cause marketing campaign to drive greater awareness of the connection between decent, affordable housing and improved health outcomes for families.

During the campaign, Carrier donated US$250,000 to Habitat, and more than 125 Carrier employees volunteered at events in Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Massachusetts, New York and North Carolina, where they were able to volunteer alongside families to help build Habitat homes, assist in deconstruction projects and volunteer at Habitat ReStores.

Christine Rasche, Carrier’s associate director for product marketing of home energy management solutions and strategic partnerships, serves as a board member at Greater Indy Habitat and volunteered during the National Healthy Homes Month build in Indianapolis. “We brought together a cross-functional group of employees to volunteer, and the excitement that they had being there and coming together to be a part of the event was inspiring,” Christine says.

Communications about the campaign had a total potential audience reach of more than 629 million and generated more than 56,000 impressions on Habitat’s social channels. Habitat CEO Jonathan Reckford and Carrier leaders participated in a satellite media tour, and published an article highlighting five ways to have a healthy home.

“Teaming up with Habitat and helping to address the barriers to healthy and safe housing was a natural fit,” Christine said. “Working together, we can help millions of people and families realize their dream of home ownership.” 

Working together to build strong communities

From September to November 2022, Habitat participated in Cause for Alarm, a campaign by Kidde, a Carrier company, raising awareness about the fire safety inequities that families face when they lack access to safe and decent housing. For every alarm unit purchased at participating businesses, US$1 Kidde contribution was made toward smoke alarm donations, up to a total retail value of US$1 million, to communities in need through Habitat and FDNY Foundation. Ultimately, Habitat received more than half a million dollars in donated Kidde product and US$100,000 in cash.

This past fiscal year, Carrier also provided US$276,000 in donated products and US$85,000 in cash to support the 2023 Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project in Charlotte, North Carolina. It was Carrier’s third time sponsoring the event.

Habitat is deeply grateful for Carrier’s partnership, generosity and shared commitment to ensuring families have access to healthier home environments.


Since 1980, Habitat for Humanity International’s tithe program has helped fund our global network so that more families can access affordable housing. As an 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 fiscal year 2023, affiliates collectively tithed more than US$18.5 million, and they have contributed more than US$350 million since the program began.

“Tithe is, for our affiliate, a tangible representation of our relationship with the broader mission,” says Becky Lucas, chief executive officer of Habitat Lee and Hendry Counties in Florida. “We feel a connection to affiliates around the world because we do share that same mission and that same vision.”

Habitat Lee and Hendry Counties has tithed for more than three decades. The Florida-based affiliate passed the US$5 million mark for lifetime tithe giving this past fiscal year despite their headquarters being destroyed by Hurricane Ian in September 2022. The affiliate designated their fiscal year 2023 tithe of US$320,000 toward Habitat’s International Disasters Fund; the Orphans and Vulnerable Groups Fund; and their tithe partners in Nicaragua, Kenya, Haiti, Ethiopia and Cambodia.

Lending a helping hand is ingrained into Habitat Lee and Hendry Counties practices, but the affiliate also understands the value of caring for others through personal experience. After Hurricane Ian, the affiliate received a tithe from Habitat Guatemala, a longtime tithe partner, through Habitat’s Florida affiliate support organization.

“In our time of greatest need, to receive a tithe as a reciprocal from where we have invested our tithe dollars — it lifted our spirits in a way that nothing else could.
Becky Lucas, CEO, Habitat Lee and Hendry Counties

“Especially with the storm, I think it opened our eyes even more to the importance of tithing,” Becky says. “We felt that it’s not something that we just do when it’s convenient. We’re called to be mission-focused throughout the world, and we needed to follow through on that commitment.”

US$1 million+

  • Houston Habitat for Humanity (Texas)
  • Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity (Wisconsin)

US$500,000 – $999,000

  • Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region (North Carolina)

US$250,000 – $499,999

  • Greater Des Moines Habitat for Humanity (Iowa)
  • Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona (Arizona)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Lee and Hendry Counties (Florida)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver (Colorado)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas and West Pasco Counties (Florida)
  • Habitat for Humanity Portland Region (Oregon)
  • Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna (Maryland)
  • Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity (Minnesota)

US$100,000 – $249,999 

  • Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity (North Carolina)
  • Austin Habitat for Humanity (Texas)
  • Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity (Texas)
  • DuPage Habitat for Humanity (Illinois)
  • Evergreen Habitat for Humanity (Washington)
  • Greater Rochester Habitat for Humanity (New York)
  • Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley (California)
  • Habitat for Humanity East Central Ohio (Ohio)
  • Habitat for Humanity Georgetown County (South Carolina)
  • Habitat for Humanity Greater Boston (Massachusetts)
  • Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco (California)
  • Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley (California)
  • Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King & Kittitas Counties (Washington)
  • Habitat for Humanity Tucson (Arizona)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Collier County (Florida)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Franklin County (Pennsylvania)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati (Ohio)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Greater Indianapolis (Indiana)
  • 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 Hillsborough County Florida (Florida)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Kansas City (Missouri)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County (Michigan)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Omaha (Nebraska)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Orange County (North Carolina)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Wake County (North Carolina)
  • Indian River Habitat for Humanity (Florida)
  • Passaic County 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

Abbvie logo


As Habitat for Humanity’s leading partner in reconstruction efforts in Puerto Rico, AbbVie shares Habitat’s belief that everyone should have a resilient and affordable home where they can feel safe and secure. In 2018, AbbVie committed US$50 million to Habitat to help strengthen access to housing in Puerto Rico after the island was devastated by hurricanes Irma and Maria in 2017. The research-based pharmaceutical company is one of the largest employers in Puerto Rico.

With AbbVie’s support, Habitat implemented a holistic hurricane recovery program in Puerto Rico that has focused on home repairs and new construction, as well as securing land tenure, fostering long-term improvement to shelter and land resilience issues, and workforce development programming. The program has helped families repair more than 777 hurricane-damaged homes and helped build or rehab 39 residences, including a condominium building in San Juan’s Santurce Barrio.

In fiscal year 2023, more than 100 homes were built or repaired in Puerto Rico, and the design for the rehabilitation of a 10-unit building in Caguas was completed. During a volunteer day in April, AbbVie employees helped a family paint and repair their home.

AbbVie and Habitat have been proud to partner together with families in Puerto Rico to build more resilient homes and strong communities.

Alvarez & Marsel logo

Alvarez & Marsal Foundation

Alvarez & Marsal Foundation — the philanthropic arm of Alvarez & Marsal, a New York City-based global professional services firm — began partnering with Habitat for Humanity in fiscal year 2023, donating more than US$1 million to Habitat to help support rebuilding efforts by families and communities affected by disasters.

Alvarez & Marsal Foundation’s donation included more than US$462,000 to help families affected by hurricanes Ian and Nicole rebuild or repair their homes in Englewood, Florida; US$435,000 to support long-term disaster recovery efforts in San Juan and Ponce, Puerto Rico, as families affected by hurricanes Maria and Fiona secure resilient and permanent housing; and more than US$20,000 toward Habitat’s disaster resiliency and sustainability fund.

Alvarez & Marsal also donated more than US$113,000 this past fiscal year to help further Habitat’s work to advance affordable housing around the world.

Annie Selke logo

The Annie Selke Companies

The Annie Selke Companies believes that home should be a safe place that provides strength, stability and joy. Since 2021, the Pittsfield, Massachusetts-based home decor and furniture brand has partnered with Habitat for Humanity, providing more than US$576,000 in donated product for sale in participating Habitat ReStores across the U.S., including linens, rugs and home decor.

In fiscal year 2023, Annie Selke provided more than US$395,000 in donated product to Habitat ReStores. Sales from the donated product help support home repairs and the construction of new Habitat homes in communities throughout the U.S. Annie Selke also provided a US$10,000 donation for Habitat’s work in Ukraine, supporting the shelter needs of vulnerable people impacted by the war.

Annie Selke employees volunteer locally in their community with Central Berkshire Habitat, participating in team builds, ReStore volunteer days and helping to fundraise for affordable housing.

ArcelorMittal logo


In 2023, France-based ArcelorMittal Construction began partnering with Habitat for Humanity to help empower people through shelter, making a 10-year commitment to provide approximately US$110,000 in donated product and financial support annually toward Habitat’s work worldwide.

A manufacturer of lightweight steel building systems, ArcelorMittal Construction will provide their technical expertise to help increase access to healthier, safer and more sustainable homes through the partnership and join with Habitat to help advance efforts to broaden residential energy efficiency in Central and Eastern Europe. The partnership will support community centers, social housing units and facilities providing jobs for individuals in need of employment.

In fiscal year 2023, ArcelorMittal Construction provided more than US$28,000 in donated product to support the roof renovation of a building in Slovakia that will be utilized by Opportunity Centre Valaska, a social and educational center that will develop and perform educational, employment, health and social activities for under-resourced groups.

Arhaus logo


Headquartered in Boston Heights, Ohio, Arhaus has partnered with Habitat for Humanity since 2021 to help build safe and sustainable homes and communities. Since the inception of this partnership, Arhaus has provided US$1.6 million to Habitat in donated furniture and decor, as well as financial support.

In fiscal year 2023, Arhaus provided more than US$1 million in donated products for resale at Habitat ReStores. Proceeds from sales of Arhaus furniture and decor help Habitat affiliates partner with more families to build or improve the places they call home. Arhaus also donated US$30,000 to Habitat Chesapeake, Habitat Chicago South Suburbs, and Essex County Habitat to help build affordable housing in each local community this past fiscal year.

In April 2022, Arhaus employees participated in an Earth Day volunteering event with Habitat Summit County, where they helped landscape a Habitat home.

Graitec logo


GRAITEC, a global software company headquartered in France, and Apax Philanthropy Foundation, managed by the private equity firm Seven2, who is also their shareholder, began partnering with Habitat for Humanity in 2022.

Apax Philanthropy Foundation has committed more than US$270,000 toward Opportunity Centre Valaska, a social and educational center in Slovakia that will be used to transform an existing building into 30 social housing units, expand the laundry space and renovate the roof.

Since the inception of the partnership, GRAITEC has also donated software valued at US$75,000 to support the renovation and expansion of Opportunity Centre Valaska over the next three years. The center will include four buildings where it will develop and perform educational, employment, health and social activities for under-resourced groups. GRAITEC’s software will help make construction processes more effective, digitalized and sustainable during the center’s renovation. The software will be made available to Habitat national organizations and projects.

In fiscal year 2023, GRAITEC made a contribution to Habitat for every sales call an employee made during a special holiday campaign. GRAITEC’s senior leadership also participated in Habitat’s Africa Housing Forum on the jury for the ShelterTech category of Habitat’s Innovation Awards.

The Hilti Foundation logo

Hilti Foundation

Since 2012, the Hilti Foundation, a joint initiative of the Martin Hilti Family Trust and the Hilti Group, has worked with Habitat for Humanity to convene and grow a cutting-edge community of partners working to employ innovative shelter technologies and reshape market systems. Through the partnership, Habitat and the Hilti Foundation have helped nearly 5.2 million people worldwide build or improve their housing.

A core pillar of the Habitat-Hilti Foundation partnership is fostering solutions for the low-cost housing market, such as utilizing the Hilti Foundation’s Cement Bamboo Frame Technology to build green and disaster-resilient houses, together with the future homeowners. Sixty homes have been built using this technology in the Philippines, and 132 homes in Nepal.

In fiscal year 2023, Habitat and the Hilti Foundation expanded their efforts to increase low-income households’ access to higher-quality housing solutions by changing the way the private sector designs, produces, markets and distributes its products, services and technologies. This year alone, these efforts have helped 2.4 million people improve their homes.

In Romania, the Hilti Foundation provided power tools to help build homes, and 82 Hilti Group employees volunteered during four construction projects in fiscal year 2023. The Hilti Foundation also supports Habitat’s global series of regional housing forums.

Johnson Controls logo

Johnson Controls

Johnson Controls shares Habitat for Humanity’s passion for building a better world where sustainable and affordable housing is accessible to all. The company’s North American headquarters are based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and it offers building technology and software, as well as service solutions, that enhance building performance. Johnson Controls began partnering with Habitat in 2023.

In fiscal year 2023, the Johnson Controls Foundation committed US$750,000 over three years to advance Habitat’s mission and work, including supporting the Terwilliger Center for Innovation in Shelter and Habitat Strong, a program that helps affiliates across the U.S. build more disaster-resilient and energy-efficient housing.

This past fiscal year, Johnson Controls also announced donations totaling US$550,000 to Milwaukee Habitat, which included a grant from the Johnson Controls Foundation and donated products from Johnson Controls that will help support 90 new Habitat homes being built in partnership with local families.

In addition, Johnson Controls employees regularly volunteer alongside Habitat homeowners who are building or improving their homes locally in numerous communities where Johnson Controls has a presence.

MaxLite logo


For the past decade, MaxLite has partnered with Habitat for Humanity to help families in need of decent shelter. Through their Donated Product Program, MaxLite has provided energy-efficient lighting products valued at more than US$13 million to Habitat, as well as more than US$1 million in financial support.

In fiscal year 2023, MaxLite donated US$87,500 in cash and more than US$1.1 million in donated product to Habitat. The donated products include energy-efficient LED lightbulbs, desk lamps and more items that are sold at participating Habitat ReStores across the U.S.

MaxLite products have an ENERGY STAR rating and use less energy and prevent greenhouse gas emissions by meeting strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy. Proceeds from sales of donated MaxLite products help Habitat affiliates partner with families to build and improve the places they call home.

Northern Trust logo

Northern Trust

Northern Trust, a financial services provider, has supported Habitat affiliates for more than three decades to help ensure more families have a safe, welcoming and affordable place to call home.

In fiscal year 2023, Northern Trust committed US$826,000 to Habitat as part of the company’s effort to create more equitable opportunities for those who have been marginalized to achieve long-term financial success. Housing is one of four key areas of investment for their philanthropic strategy that also includes food, health care and education. Northern Trust believes that stable housing can serve as the foundation for a secure future.

The donation to Habitat was made possible through Northern Trust’s inaugural charity trading day in November 2022. Northern Trust employees and clients also volunteered alongside Habitat over the past fiscal year including such activities as building homes and refurbishing furniture in locations across the globe to help families achieve strength and stability through shelter.

State Farm logo

State Farm

State Farm has supported Habitat for Humanity’s vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live since 1994. Since the inception of the partnership, State Farm has donated nearly US$15 million to Habitat, including US$825,000 in fiscal year 2023, to advance Habitat’s work and mobilize and engage youth in helping to advance housing affordability.

State Farm has supported Habitat’s youth programs across the U.S. since 2007, including Habitat chapters on high school and college campuses and Habitat Young Professionals programs. As part of this support, State Farm provides local community grants to Habitat affiliates that are funding opportunities for partnering with young leaders on community projects like home construction, repair or rehab projects. State Farm’s Youth Matching Grants match the amount of money fundraised by youth in support of their local affiliate, and Youth Action Grants assist affiliates in developing innovative ways to engage young people in support of affordable housing. Additionally, State Farm supports the Neighborhood Revitalization Grant program, which enables young leaders and neighborhood residents to collaborate on projects to improve their community. With State Farm’s support, Habitat has engaged more than 800,000 young people in the U.S.

In addition to providing funding for Habitat’s Disaster Services grants, State Farm supports Habitat Strong, a program that helps U.S. affiliates build more disaster-resilient and energy-efficient housing.

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Waterpik, Inc.

Waterpik, Inc. began partnering with Habitat for Humanity in 2022 to help families build strength and stability through shelter. Headquartered in Fort Collins, Colorado, the company manufactures water flossers and replaceable shower heads.

Waterpik donated shower heads valued at more than US$618,000 to Habitat in fiscal year 2023 for home construction and resale at Habitat ReStores, which help fund Habitat affiliates locally to ensure more families can build or improve the places they call home. 

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For nearly 12 years, Wayfair has partnered with Habitat for Humanity to help more families access affordable homes. The home furnishings company has provided US$11.4 million in donated product and more than US$2.5 million in financial support to Habitat since the inception of the partnership. In fiscal year 2023, Wayfair committed US$500,000 in donated product and US$250,000 in cash to Habitat.

Products donated by Wayfair are sold at Habitat Restores to help fund local build and rehabilitation efforts. The cash donations Wayfair provides have been largely due to customers who opt to participate in a donate-at-checkout program where they can add US$1, US$5, US$10, US$25 or US$100 to their online order to support Habitat’s work and to employees who donate through an employee giving campaign.

Wayfair has also granted Habitat for Humanity International, local Habitat affiliates and the organizations’ employees access to Wayfair Professional accounts, which offer members-only discounts to business customers. Up to 5% of the proceeds from sales made with the professional accounts are returned to Habitat and the affiliates as a cash rebate.  

Wayfair has also supported Habitat’s disaster response work, and its employees volunteer locally with Habitat affiliates across the U.S.

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Wells Fargo

For more than 30 years, Wells Fargo has worked alongside Habitat for Humanity to help families achieve housing stability. Since 2010, Wells Fargo and the Wells Fargo Foundation have donated US$129 million to Habitat for Humanity International and local affiliates, including support for new home construction and repairs, helping older adults age in their homes, and neighborhood revitalization and disaster response efforts.

In fiscal year 2023, the Wells Fargo Foundation provided a US$7.5 million grant through the Wells Fargo Builds program to support 231 affiliates with more than 362 build, rehabilitation and repair projects around the U.S. Wells Fargo also supported volunteer projects in Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore, Ireland and Great Britain.

The Wells Fargo Foundation supported Habitat’s Advancing Black Homeownership initiative this past fiscal year, providing more than US$230,000 toward research and evaluation initiatives that will help identify where Habitat’s affiliate network can impact housing disparities most and track overall progress.

Wells Fargo team members have served on Habitat for Humanity International’s board of directors and the national Cabinet for Cost of Home, Habitat’s U.S. advocacy campaign. Wells Fargo has also 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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Wesco International

Wesco International — a provider of electrical and electronic solutions, communications and security solutions, and utility and broadband solutions — has partnered with Habitat for Humanity since 2022. Wesco donated US$600,000 to Habitat in fiscal year 2023, including US$500,000 to support team builds and US$100,000 to support the 2023 Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project in Charlotte, North Carolina.

This past fiscal year, Wesco celebrated the completion of their one-year goal to participate in 100 Habitat home builds in honor of their 100th anniversary. Wesco employees participated in new home construction, home repairs and rehab projects, including community renovations in São Paulo, Brazil; a roof wind mitigation project in Orlando, Florida; and projects in England, Mexico and New Zealand. The company also served as Chicagoland Habitat’s inaugural regional repair collaborative sponsor, supporting a dozen home repairs.

Robert and Carol Koscielny

Robert “Bob” and Carole Koscielny have supported Habitat for Humanity’s work for 21 years. Bob, an engineer by trade, worked in construction for 30 years and operated a property management company. Carole is a retired schoolteacher. The couple’s faith played a large role in their desire to help families build safe and decent Habitat homes where they could pay an affordable mortgage. Bob and Carole felt that for all the blessings God had bestowed upon them, they should make it a priority to be a blessing to others. Throughout the years, Bob and Carole have supported Habitat for Humanity International and Greater Cleveland Habitat, their local affiliate.

Bob passed away earlier this year, and Carole and two of their five children are overseeing the property management company and the family’s continued support of Habitat. In addition to Habitat, Bob and Carole also donated regularly to more than 20 organizations, including nonprofits that address food insecurity and provide humanitarian aid around the world.

Habitat is grateful to Bob and Carole for their dedicated support and commitment to helping to create a world where everyone has a decent place to live. 

Karin Larson

Karin Larson was a faithful supporter of Habitat for Humanity for more than 25 years. Well-known in the financial services field, Karin worked her way up from secretary at Capital Group in Los Angeles to chair of Capital International Research, Inc.

Throughout the years, Karin was steadfast in her commitment to helping families in need of affordable housing achieve their dreams of homeownership. The Minneapolis, Minnesota, native made a transformational legacy gift to Habitat’s endowment fund before she passed away in April 2021 that will provide life-changing aid to those seeking strength and stability through shelter for years to come.

In addition to her support of Habitat, Karin also supported organizations that address education, arts and culture, and under-resourced groups. Habitat is thankful for Karin’s dedication to advancing affordable housing for all.

Harry and Lydia Sangree

Harry and Lydia Sangree share Habitat for Humanity’s commitment to ensuring everyone has a decent and affordable home. After reading Bokotola, authored by Habitat co-founder Millard Fuller, Harry was inspired to get involved with Habitat. In 1979, he volunteered in Mbandaka, Zaire, where his work led to the invention of the Dart-Ram, a portable device that compresses soil to make building blocks for homes. In 1984, he also volunteered at a Habitat project in Guatemala to test his block-making invention.

Harry spent most of his career working on global trade automation, and Lydia previously worked in investment banking. Since 2020, the Sangrees have supported and facilitated four crowdsourcing challenges for Habitat’s Terwilliger Center for Innovation in Shelter. The challenges facilitated by Harry’s company, SeaFreight Labs, engaged four different regions of the world to identify local unsolved housing problems that, if solved, would have a significant impact on housing. More than 1,000 individuals from around the world were engaged to generate four promising solutions to the problems with the help of an external stakeholder, Wazoku. At least two of the innovations are now being field tested.

Habitat is grateful for Harry and Lydia’s longstanding support of innovative housing solutions and modeling how Habitat supporters can further Habitat’s mission. 

Jacqueline Shrago

Jacqueline “Jackie” Shrago has supported Habitat for Humanity for 23 years. Retired from the technology industry, the former entrepreneur says she learned from an early age that it was important to help make a difference in the lives of others. Jackie has given to Habitat’s MicroBuild Fund 2, the Global Impact Fund, the COVID-19 Critical Operations Fund and Habitat India.

In addition to providing financial support to Habitat, Jackie built alongside families in India during a Global Village volunteer trip. While in India, Jackie was inspired to support women’s entrepreneurship after witnessing women developing tea products to earn income for their families. She now volunteers in her local community to help immigrants access health care and higher education opportunities.

Habitat is thankful for Jackie’s faithful support of Habitat’s work and mission throughout the years.

Donations in FY2023

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!

US$50 million+

  • AbbVie
  • J. Ronald Terwilliger

US$20 million+

  • Hilti Foundation
  • MacKenzie Scott

US$10 million+

  • Aktion Deutschland Hilft (ADH)
  • Williams-Sonoma, Inc.

US$5 million+

  • Bank of America
  • Estate of Richard Green
  • The Home Depot Foundation
  • JTI
  • Lowe’s
  • Schneider Electric
  • Mary Lynn and Warren Staley
  • Wells Fargo
  • Whirlpool Corporation
  • Yale

US$3 million+

  • The Bauer Foundation
  • The Dotson Family Fund
  • GAF
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • Stanard Family Foundation
  • U.S. Agency for International Development

US$1 million+

  • Alvarez & Marsal
  • American Red Cross
  • Arhaus Furniture
  • Autodesk Foundation
  • Estate of Susan Bloom
  • Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating
  • Carrier
  • Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)
  • Theodore and Ann Dosch
  • DuPont
  • Electro-Federation Canada
  • Elkay Manufacturing Company
  • European Commission
  • European Union: European Development Fund
  • European Union: Horizon 2020
  • Far East Organization
  • German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
  • Giro555
  • The Home Depot Canada
  • The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, India
  • International Organization for Migration
  • Jersey Overseas Aid (JOA)
  • J.M. Huber Corporation
  • Johnson Controls
  • JPMorgan Chase Foundation
  • Estate of Karin Larson
  • Celso Marranzini
  • MaxLite
  • NCAA
  • Novelis
  • ReNew Power Private Limited
  • Revera
  • Ring
  • RONA
  • Sagen
  • Harlan and Sabina Stone
  • Tachane Foundation Inc.
  • Thrivent
  • Estate of John Toner
  • United Methodist Committee on Relief
  • United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
  • Uponor North America, Inc.
  • Wayfair
  • Estate of Nell Weidenhammer
  • Whirlpool Canada
  • Wienerberger

US$500,000 – $999,999

  • At Home
  • BNY Mellon Wealth Management
  • Estate of William Bolio
  • Charities Aid Foundation America
  • The Estate of Guido Cherubini
  • Citi Foundation
  • City National Bank
  • Climate Bridge Fund
  • Crabby Beach Foundation
  • EllisDon
  • Enercare
  • Suzan Gordon
  • Graphite India Limited (B D Bangur Endowment)
  • Hong Kong SAR
  • Estate of Betty Jensen
  • Jewish Federations of North America
  • Estate of Carol Johnstone
  • Kidde
  • Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA)
  • Kum & Go
  • M&G
  • MasterBrand Cabinets, Inc.
  • National Financial Services LLC
  • Nissan Group of the Americas
  • Northern Trust Company
  • Owens Corning Foundation Inc.
  • Estate of Helen Peters
  • Procore Technologies
  • Proman
  • Quicken Loans
  • Reid Family Foundation
  • Rolls-Royce
  • Saffery Read
  • Samsung C&T
  • Estate of Carole Schwarz
  • Scotiabank
  • Shinhan Bank
  • Silicon Valley Community Foundation
  • Simpson Strong-Tie
  • Christiana Smith Shi
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • State Farm
  • Estate of Jean Stearns
  • Stiftung der Deutschen Lions/German Lions Foundation
  • TD Ready Commitment
  • Estate of Janet Toner
  • TopBuild
  • Estate of Nancy Twele
  • USAID Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance
  • Waterpik, Inc.
  • Wesco International
  • Wolfgang Dürr Stiftung
  • World Relief

US$250,000 – $499,999

  • Estate of Fay Allen
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • The Annie Selke Companies
  • Asian Development Bank
  • Assurant
  • Atlanta Regional Commission
  • Away Travel
  • Margaret Barbour
  • Bishops’ Appeal (Church of Ireland Bishops’ Appeal for World Aid and Development)
  • Blackhawk Network
  • BNDES (Brasil)
  • Casper Sleep Inc.
  • CertainTeed, Saint-Gobain
  • Changwon City (Changwon-si)
  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  • Cornerstone Building Brands
  • Credit Suisse
  • Credit Suisse Americas Foundation
  • CVS Health Foundation
  • Joe and Thelma Dill
  • Edward Jones & Co.
  • Enbridge Gas Distribution Inc.
  • Chris Endsor
  • Dr. Theodor Ernst Felder
  • Fritz Henkel Foundation/Henkel GmbH & Co. KG
  • Gardena Canada
  • General Motors Foundation
  • Grifols
  • H&R Block
  • Habitat for Humanity Canada
  • Estate of Carroll Hamill
  • HMTX Industries
  • HoffnungsBAUer Deutschland
  • Holcim
  • Estate of Sue Hutchison
  • Huttig Building Supply
  • Instituto Gerando Falcões
  • ISEC
  • Jasco Products Company
  • JT
  • JTI Foundation
  • Estate of Georgia Koutouzos
  • LG Electronics
  • LG Electronics India Private Ltd.
  • loanDepot
  • Marathon Petroleum
  • Maritess Alava Yong Foundation, Inc.
  • Martin Marietta
  • Mattel
  • Melville Charitable Trust
  • Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc.
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • Moen
  • NewAge Products
  • OPEC Fund For International Development (OFID)
  • Postcode Justice Trust
  • Procter & Gamble
  • Prologis Foundation
  • Resideo
  • Revantage
  • Gary and Maria Ridge
  • RRF Foundation for Aging
  • Rust-Oleum Canada
  • Scot and Keely Sellers
  • Shang Properties, Inc.
  • Smith’s Recycle
  • Stichting Op Eigen Wieken
  • Sunbelt Rentals
  • Techtronic Industries (TTI)
  • Ting Tsung & Wei Fong Chao Foundation
  • Travelers
  • United Nations Development Programme
  • Visa USA, Inc.
  • Vita
  • Estate of Marion Ward
  • Watches of Switzerland Group Foundation
  • Wells Fargo Philippines Solutions, Inc.
  • West Fraser
  • Weyerhaeuser Company
  • Willscot Mobile Mini Holdings Corp.

US$100,000 – $249,999

  • Walter and Alice Abrams
  • ADP
  • Adrian Giving Fund
  • Donald and Doris Adrian
  • Estate of Mae Alderfer
  • Amazon Canada
  • American Family Insurance
  • American Signature Furniture
  • AmeriCorps
  • Ameriprise Financial
  • Andersen Corporation
  • Anson Industries
  • Estate of Eleanor Anthony
  • AppFolio Inc.
  • Aramco Asia Japan K.K. & Aramco Asia India Pvt. Ltd.
  • Aramco Singapore
  • ArcelorMittal Construction
  • Estate of Susan Ash
  • Atos Syntel Prayas Foundation
  • @Properties
  • Auslandshilfe im Bund Freier evangelischer Gemeinden in Deutschland (FEG)
  • Avangrid
  • Bangs-Russell Foundation
  • BCI Acrylic, Inc.
  • Benefit Cosmetics Canada
  • BentallGreenOak
  • Estate of Philip Berlin
  • BigSteelBox
  • Frank and Elizabeth Blake
  • Blakes
  • Boll & Branch
  • Bonghwa-gun
  • Boston Foundation
  • Busan Metropolitan Corporation
  • Canfor Corporation
  • Cargill Philippines
  • Cebu Landmasters Inc.
  • CGC
  • CIM Group
  • CLK Properties
  • Comic Relief
  • Community Foundation of Jackson Hole
  • Constellation Energy
  • CRM Services India Private Limited
  • D.A. Davidson
  • Peter and Amanda Docter
  • Donatos Pizza
  • Estate of Lynne Druge
  • DuPont Canada
  • Eagon Corp.
  • Earth and Humanity Foundation
  • Eicher Group Foundation
  • Epsilon
  • Esther Foundation
  • European Union: LIFE
  • Everence Foundation, Inc.
  • Faire Wholesale, Inc.
  • FedEx
  • Fence Empire LLC
  • Estate of Inge Foster
  • Foundation North
  • Four Hands
  • The Gallaher Trust
  • Richard Georgi and Sanae Ishikawa
  • Gerdau Ameristeel US, Inc.
  • Estate of Daniela Gerhard
  • GHD
  • Global Environment & Technology Foundation (GETF)
  • Global Environment & Technology Foundation/Cargill Currents
  • Estate of Carol Glowe
  • Goldman Sachs Philanthropy
  • Gordon Food Service Canada
  • Estate of Kathleen Grace
  • Estate of Orpah Graybill
  • Greenview Group
  • Groundworks
  • Guillevin
  • Gypsum Management & Supply
  • Halstead International
  • Estate of Walter Hardwick
  • Harlan and Lois Anderson Family Foundation
  • Harvest Aid Organization Foundation, Inc.
  • Estate of Ellen Hill
  • Hilton Grand Vacations
  • Hobo Bags
  • Home Trust
  • Honda Canada Foundation
  • Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (Disaster Relief Fund)
  • Hubbell, Inc.
  • Hunter Douglas
  • Infiltrator Water Technologies, LLC
  • Interfaith America
  • Interfor
  • ITT Inc.
  • Japan Tobacco International (Philippines) Inc.
  • Estate of Fred Jappe
  • Jindal India Thermal Power Plant Limited
  • Mr. Ashish Kacholia
  • Estate of Douglas Kanarek
  • Keith V. Kiernan Foundation
  • The Kemper Foundation
  • KENT Building Supplies
  • Estate of Albert Kimbrough
  • Estate of Paul King
  • Estate of Janice Kiss
  • Estate of Julia Kobus
  • Korea Housing & Urban Guarantee Corporation (HUG)
  • Korean Reinsurance
  • Lands’ End
  • Lazy Dog Restaurants
  • Daniel Lebish
  • Lendlease
  • LG Energy Solution
  • Lutheran World Relief
  • Mahindra Rural Housing Finance Limited
  • Main Event USA LLC
  • Estate of Melvin Mandel
  • Man Wah USA, Inc.
  • Martin & Patricia Jahn Foundation
  • Masco Canada Limited
  • Masco Corporation
  • MCAP
  • McCormick Foundation
  • Estate of Christine McGarry
  • Estate of Daniel McSweeney
  • Medicor Foundation
  • Bonnie Meshad
  • Estate of Lura Meyer
  • Milwaukee Electric Tool
  • MMS USA Holdings Corp.
  • Morris Group, Inc.
  • Morrow Renewables, LLC
  • Estate of Greta Mugendt
  • Muthoot Finance
  • National Ready Mixed Concrete Association
  • NewAge Products Canada
  • Estate of Geraldine Newsome
  • New Zealand Government - Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
  • Nissan Canada Foundation
  • NLI International Corp.
  • Oak Foundation
  • Estate of Michael O’Brien
  • Opportunity Finance Network
  • Optimus Drugs Private Limited
  • Orix USA Corporation
  • Estate of Donald Ostrus
  • Rita Pasay
  • Patricia B. Terwilliger Family Foundation Giving
  • Peak Installations Inc.
  • Pershing
  • Estate of Henry Phillips
  • Pine Tree Foundation
  • Posco International (Posco Energy)
  • Postcode Innovation Trust
  • Estate of James Powasnick
  • Province of Gyeongsangbuk-do
  • Prudential Indonesia
  • Renaissance Charitable Foundation
  • Republic Bank Limited
  • Estate of Adelaide Richter
  • Riz Bouw B.V.
  • Rockwell Automation India Private Limited
  • SAP Solidarity Fund
  • Sauder Building Products
  • SBI Capital Markets Ltd.
  • Schneider Electric Canada
  • Estate of Sally Scholz
  • Ms. Margaret Schroeder
  • SC Johnson
  • SELAVIP Foundation
  • Seoul Housing & Communities Corporation
  • Shnier, A Gesco Company
  • The Signatry
  • SitusAMC
  • Six Continents Hotels, Inc./IHG
  • Smallholder Farmers Alliance
  • Social Housing Finance Corporation, The Philippines
  • Solo Stove
  • Southwire
  • SRS Raise The Roof Foundation
  • Staley Family Foundation
  • Stanley Black & Decker
  • Strongmedia Advertising Solutions
  • Estate of Barbara Sweetland
  • Swiss Capacity Building Facility
  • Tango Card
  • TELUS International El Salvador
  • Estate of John Thatcher
  • Thomas James Homes
  • Roselena Thorpe
  • True Value Company
  • Umdasch Group
  • UPS
  • Urban Systems Foundation
  • U.S. Bank
  • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • Vacasa
  • Votorantim Cimentos
  • Voya Financial
  • Linda Nettekoven and Lawrence Wallack
  • Weiner Brodsky Sidman Kider
  • Estate of Brenda White
  • William R Hoch Family Foundation
  • Williams-Sonoma, Inc. Canada
  • Winnebago Industries Foundation
  • Wood Partners
  • Workday Foundation
  • ZeShan Foundation