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Our work


We provide affordable mortgages for families to buy homes and set them up for success with coaching and training.

Homeownership Program


We preserve homeownership through our A Brush with Kindness paint and home repair program and foreclosure counseling.

Other Programs


We revitalize neighborhoods with strong community partnerships to improve quality of life for every community member.

Neighborhood Revitalization


We raise our voices for public investment and good housing policies across the housing continuum.



We engage Habitat partnerships around the world through financial support and Global Village volunteer trips.

Global Engagement


We operate two ReStore Home Improvement Outlets to generate revenue from donated home furnishings, furniture, and building supplies.


Where you come in

Impact 2020 strategic plan

The primary goal of Twin Cities Habitat’s current strategic plan, Impact 2020, is to more than double the number of families who can buy a home with Habitat—from about 50 families per year to more than 100. Increased philanthropy and a historic partnership with Bremer Bank catalyzed this audacious goal. We also adapted our Homeownership Program, adding the choice of using Habitat’s mortgage to buy a home on the open market and increasing the income eligibility limit.

Read more about Impact 2020 >

About Habitat homes


Twin Cities Habitat builds and rehabs homes primarily with volunteer labor across the seven-county metro area. We are proud to partner with ENERGY STAR to promote energy efficient products and practices that save money and protect our environment. We are the largest builder of ENERGY STAR homes in Minnesota.

In addition, every new home is built to meet LEED standards. We take on sustainability projects with partners across the Twin Cities, such as a net zero energy home in partnership with the University of Minnesota. Habitat homes are designed to fit into the community—whether that’s townhome units within a suburban subdivision, or a new home in a historic part of the city.

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