Haiti partnership with Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity International has been working in Haiti since the mid-1980s. The need for housing intensified dramatically following the 2010 earthquake that leveled more than 100,000 homes. The housing for more than 2 million people was damaged by the quake. Habitat set a goal of serving 50,000 in 5 years. A lot of work is being done, but because of the situation on the ground, Twin Cities Habitat is not leading volunteer trips to Haiti at this time.


of Haiti’s people live in poverty



has been tithed from Twin Cities Habitat to help Haiti recover from the 2010 earthquake.


Hundreds of thousands

of Haitians still live in the “temporary shelters” put up following the earthquake. 

Haiti_Bercy,_Barry,_SharonHelping rebuild Haiti

Barry and Sharon Mason, two of Twin Cities Habitat’s long-time supporters, took part in the Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project in Haiti in 2011. They joined 400 volunteers working in a community that was decimated by the 2010 earthquake. They wrote several moving stories about their time in Haiti. 


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.

86.4% Programs & Services, 10.4% fundraising, 3.2% 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