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Kaitlyn Dormer

Kaitlyn Dormer

Kaitlyn Dormer rejoined the Twin Cities Habitat marketing team as Communications Manager in September 2017. She has been with the organization since 2014, first as Events Assistant for one year, then as Executive Assistant & Board Liaison. Kaitlyn graduated from the Villanova School of Business with majors in Marketing and International Business and a minor in Latin American Studies. Originally from New Jersey, Kaitlyn quickly adapted to Minnesota and developed her love for camping, hiking, biking, and sweaters.

Building Community Blog

Last week, Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity hosted our annual Women of Habitat Hope Builders Luncheon. The highlight of the event was a panel discussion moderated by former Minneapolis Mayor Sharon Sayles Belton. The four panelists dug into the deep roots of Minnesota’s present-day housing disparities and offered tangible solutions to build a more equitable future.

As Sharon stated during the discussion, “If we understand the truth, then we’re in a better position to try to correct the wrongs.”

U.S. Bank is pledging $500,000 over five years to Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity’s critical home repair program, A Brush with Kindness. U.S. Bank has been the Program Sponsor for A Brush with Kindness since 2010.

U.S. Bank’s commitment translates into more families being prepared to succeed as homeowners and more families being stable in their homes long term. The company joins Twin Cities Habitat’s efforts to rally the community through its Multiplying the Impact campaign, a five-year $55 million fundraising campaign to double Habitat homeownership opportunities for Twin Cities families.

Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity recently kicked off construction at our new development in St. Paul's North End neighborhood. Over the next two years, literally thousands of community members from corporate, faith, and Women Build groups will volunteer on the construction of these 11 homes. There were many partners involved in making this project possible, so it's exciting to see it come to fruition.

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