2013 was a busy year! We partnered with 1,176 volunteers who dedicated more than 10,000 hours of their time. Together, we impacted more than 150 homeowners and 35,000 nonprofit center visitors. We could not do what we do without the hard work of our volunteers! THANK YOU!
We would also like to recognize our generous sponsors and partners. Your support enables us to stretch our resources further and help more low-income homeowners live independently in safe and healthy homes. We received financial support from the following companies and organizations last year:
Alliance for Healthy Homes
Bike & Build
Dorsey & Whitney Foundation
EMC Insurance Foundation
FastBreak Foundation (Minnesota Timberwolves)
Foundation Residential Partners
F.R. Bigelow Foundation
Home Depot Foundation
Honeywell Hometown Solutions
Horton Holdings, Inc.
James R. Thorpe Foundation
Leonette M. and Fred T. Lanners Foundation
Liberty Diversified International
Lowe’s Educational and Charitable Foundation
Michelle & David Fries Charitable Foundation
Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors
Pricco Family Charitable Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation
Minnesota Housing Finance Agency
Otto Bremer Foundation
Richard A Newman Foundation
Ryan Companies US, Inc.
Sears Holdings, Inc.
Stevens Square Foundation
United Healthcare Military & Veterans
Wayzata Community Church
Wells Fargo Foundation
We also received in-kind support from:
Citi-Cargo & Storage
Dorsey & Whitney LLP
JP Morgan Chase
On Site Sanitation
Out of the Woods Consulting
Standard Heating & Air Conditioning
Steward Group, LLC
We were also fortunate to receive extensive media coverage for several of our projects. We were thrilled to host HGTV’s Carter Oosterhouse, U.S. Congresswoman Betty McCollum, Minnesota Department of Education Commissioner Brenda Cassellius and Minnesota Housing Commissioner Mary Tingerthal at the Community Build Project we completed in May. We also hosted local council members at projects throughout the year.
Thanks to you – our awesome supporters – we were able to help more than 150 homeowners in need remain in the homes and neighborhoods they love. We are excited to see what 2014 will bring!