Habitat partner families benefit in many ways from the support of our sponsors, and we know that you and your organization will be enriched by the experience of offering a much-needed hand up to a family dreaming of a brighter future. You will be restoring hope, helping break the cycle of poverty, and ensuring more children grow up in a stable healthy home where they can truly thrive. You will see the impact of your contribution and feel the satisfaction of knowing that impact will last for generations.


Sponsor the building and rehab of quality homes in partnership with low-income families and the community. We sell the homes with an affordable, zero percent interest mortgage.

Recognition Levels & Benefits

These sponsorship levels relate to the financial commitment made toward the construction of an individual home or a single unit of a multi-family home. Please note that the benefits are cumulative.

Volunteering is optional. You choose how much, if any, volunteer time you would like within the guidelines noted below.

Primary house sponsors

One primary sponsorship is offered per home, which provides the majority of the financial resources needed to build or rehabilitate a home.



Cover the full construction costs for a new build or rehab.

Volunteer up to ten weeks on a Habitat home.

Complimentary table at Habitat’s Hard Hat & Black Tie Gala, or a foursome at the Raise the Roof Golf Tournament



Cover three quarters of the construction costs for a new build or rehab.

Volunteer up to eight to ten weeks on a Habitat home.

Exclusive “Thank You” message to your organization on Minnesota Public Radio



Cover half of the construction costs for a new build or rehab.

Volunteer up to seven weeks on a Habitat home.

On-site recognition event to celebrate your sponsorship

Framed family photo

Website recognition on www.tchabitat.org

Other Sponsorship Levels

Provide a portion of the construction costs to build or rehabilitate a home.



Volunteer up to four weeks on a Habitat home.

Name in recognition ad in Minnesota Monthly magazine in December

News release announcing sponsorship

Social Media promotion (Facebook, Twitter and/or  blog)



Volunteer up to two weeks on a Habitat home.

Twin Cities Habitat presentation to your group



Volunteer up to a week on a Habitat home.

Name on construction site sign

Recognition in quarterly Habitat newsletter (circulation 20,000 homes)



Volunteer up to two days on a Habitat home. 

Recognition in Twin Cities Habitat’s Annual Report

Recognition in printed program for Home Dedication

 *Contributing Sponsorship level for Faith and Youth Partner Groups is $6,000

For more information on sponsorship or to discuss options, complete the form below. 


Sponsor the work to preserve homeownership by helping lowincome homeowners make the important repairs to maintain their homes.

Recognition Levels & Benefits

Preserve a Home   


Recognition in Twin Cities Habitat’s Annual Report

Name/Logo on Project Site

Additional sponsorships for large scale Critical Home Repair projects are available at $3,500–$15,000.

For more information on sponsorship or to discuss options, complete the form below. 

Special Thanks to our Foundation Supporters

Key stakeholders in Habitat’s mission are local foundations and government organizations.  As a trusted, nimble, and highly successful affordable housing organization, Twin Cities Habitat helps these philanthropies achieve their social aims. We are thankful for their support in promoting affordable housing for Twin Cities families.

recent Awards

Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation, through its board of trustees, has awarded a challenge grant which will match $100,000 in new donations to help 10 low-income families buy their own homes with an affordable mortgage.  This is our first grant from the Schulze Family Foundation.

Patrick and Aimee Butler Family Foundation, $130,000 for two years. One of our longest and strongest private foundation donors re-commits with this generous general operating grant. The Butler Family has supported low-income homebuyers with TCHFH since 1996. 

Bike and Build, Inc., $1,200 for Youth Engagement activities. Bike and Build is a youth-run nonprofit that hopes to inspire a lifetime of civic engagement among its participants. Cycling groups may take part in 8 cross-country and 3 regional bike treks to raise funds for affordable housing.

Current Funders

Otto Bremer Foundation

McKnight Foundation

The Home Depot Foundation

The Saint Paul Foundation

F.R. Bigelow Foundation

Hugh J. Andersen Foundation

Mardag Foundation

Marbrook Foundation

Where the money goes

Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity strives to do the most good with every single dollar entrusted to us. Rest assured that a gift to support our mission creates an immediate and significant impact for the families and communities we partner with.

88.8% Programs & Services, 8.3% fundraising, 2.9% Administration

Every $1 you donate results in almost $2 of economic activity in our community.

Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit recognized by the IRS. Tax ID Number: 36-3363171