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Resilient. Hopeful. Together. At Home.

Resilient. Hopeful. Together. At Home.

Whether you are a homeowner, volunteer, supporter, client, advocate, team member, or neighbor, you are part of a very special Habitat community. Through all the challenges of the last year, you’ve remained resilient and hopeful. You’ve worked together to support your neighbors. And you did it all at home. We just can’t thank you enough. Your support during our 2020-2021 fiscal year directly impacted 818 families—during a time when home was more important than ever. Incredible.

Please be sure to explore our Annual Report to see the impact of your support.

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Resilient. Hopeful. Together. At Home. Annual Report: July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021.

In the Annual Report, you’ll learn how you help power our mission to bring people together to create, preserve, and promote affordable homeownership and advance racial equity in housing.

As we emerge from the worst of the pandemic and maintain momentum for racial justice, Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity is developing a bold strategic plan to guide our work in the coming years. No matter how you are connected to our mission, you will play a vital role as Twin Cities Habitat expands our Homeownership Program and prioritizes racial equity in all we do.

Angel and her family at the dinner table.

The road ahead won’t be easy: economic conditions are slow to improve for working class families. Home prices and construction costs are reaching record heights. And our region’s racial disparities are moving in the wrong direction.

But our Habitat community knows how to tackle a challenge head on. You know how to draw up plans, roll up your sleeves, and get to work.

Volunteers raising a wall.

Thank you for coming together to build homes and transform lives. We look forward to working with you to create a stronger, more equitable Twin Cities.

With gratitude and optimism,

Chris Coleman, President & CEO, Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity

Nikki Sorum, Chair, Board of Directors

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