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The last year has been truly transformational for Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity. And it would not have been possible without you.

You ramped up your volunteer time. You set the stage for a groundbreaking Foundational Black Homeownership Study that reshaped our Homeownership Program. You donated more than any other year—and that was before you helped us land our biggest single donation ever.

In total, 677 families partnered with Twin Cities Habitat this fiscal year thanks to your support. See your incredible impact in our online Annual Report for July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022.

See Online Annual Report

Donors, Board, & Leadership List (PDF)
FY2022 Program Descriptions and Fast Facts (PDF)
FY2022 Audited Financials (PDF)
FY2022 Form 990 (PDF)—Coming February 2023
FY2022 Form 990 for TCHFH Lending, Inc. (PDF)—Coming February 2023

Habitat Herald Newsletters

The Habitat Herald is our quarterly print newsletter. Click a cover below to read that edition of the Herald. 

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Additional Reports

Multiplying the Impact Campaign Report.

Impact: Multiplied

Back in 2016, the Twin Cities housing crisis was mounting. In response, Twin Cities Habitat supporters rallied with your neighbors around our five-year, $55 million Multiplying the Impact campaign. And wow, you stepped up big time. Look at all you’ve accomplished to create, preserve, and promote homeownership in the Twin Cities.

Redlining Map.

Racial Disparities in Housing

The Twin Cities’ racial disparities in housing didn’t happen by accident. Racist policies created them. That’s why we must be intentional in fixing them. Read our four-page summary to learn from the past as we build a better future then view our Race & Housing Resource Center for more info. 

A happy family.

Wilder Report

This comprehensive, statewide study conducted by Wilder Research and Habitat for Humanity Minnesota investigates the connection between Habitat Homeownership and a homeowner’s quality of life. It examines areas like safety, health, education, social connectedness, family interaction and personal well-being, and economic situation.


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