Our mission, vision and value

Our Mission: Eliminate poverty housing from the Twin Cities and to make decent, affordable shelter for all people a matter of conscience.

Our Vision: A Twin Cities region where hard-working families can own homes in healthy neighborhoods with access to jobs, transportation, and quality schools.

Our Values
Faith in Action: We are called by God to serve families in need. We welcome people of all faith backgrounds to our mission.

Hope: We provide hope and opportunity for hard-working families who seek a safe, decent home.

Community: We bring people from all walks of life together in our work.

Equity and Inclusion: We promote racial equity and strive to increase diversity, inclusion, and cultural competency in all aspects of our organization.

Integrity: We honor our commitments and act with fairness, honesty, and respect every day.

Perseverance: We continually strive for excellence and innovation in all that we do.

Non-proselytizing policy
Habitat for Humanity International and its affiliated organizations will not proselytize. Nor will HFH work with entities or individuals who insist on proselytizing as part of their work with HFH. This means that HFH will not offer assistance on the expressed or implied condition that people must adhere to or convert to a particular faith or listen and respond to messaging designed to induce conversion to a particular faith.

About Habitat for Humanity International

Since its founding in 1976 in Americus, Georgia, Habitat for Humanity International has helped build or repair more than 800,000 homes around the world. Today more than 4 million people live in safe, decent, affordable Habitat homes. There are more than 1,400 local Habitat affiliates in America and 80 international affiliates.

Global Vision
A world where everyone has a decent place to live.

Global Mission Statement
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.

Visit www.habitat.org for more information.

Why is Habitat needed

1 in 3 Americans have housing challenges

The biggest problems are a lack of affordability, overcrowding, unsafe conditions and homelessness. In the Twin Cities metro area, more than half a million people (20% of the population), must spend too much of their income on housing. This percentage is growing faster in Minnesota than in any other state. This creates tremendous instability in our communities, weakens our economy, and even impacts our health and educational success.

Habitat helps families:
  • Provide stability for their children
  • Gain improved health, physical safety, and security
  • Increase educational and job prospects
  • Be engaged in their communities

What Habitat accomplishes

Housing can be the key to so much more for a family
  • Health: Inadequate housing negatively impacts health, especially for kids. After moving into Habitat homes, asthma and allergies are two conditions that dramatically improve in children.
  • Economic prosperity: A healthy housing market attracts businesses that depend on a range of housing options for their employees.
  • Education: Providing stable, healthy housing is one of the most effective ways to help low-income children do better in school. 
  • Transportation: When people can find good, affordable housing near their work it decreases the demands on our transportation system, reducing congestion and commuting costs.
  • Environment: Habitat’s commitment to green building results in energy-efficient homes that are more affordable to maintain. 

Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity’s Strategic Plan Impact 2020

4-year goals 

View the full strategic plan

Twin Cities Habitat closely tracks every dollar

Annual Report & Audited Financials

Fiscal Year 2016 (Coming Soon)

  • Annual Report for FY 2016 (Will be posted November 4, 2016)
  • Donor List for FY 2016 (Will be posted in November 4, 2016)
  • Audited Financials for FY 2016 (Will be posted in December 2016)
  • Form 990 for nonprofits for FY 2016 (Will be posted December 2016)

Fiscal Year 2015

Fiscal Year 2014

Fiscal Year 2013

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. NMLS ID 400065