“You have not lived until you have done something for someone who can never repay you.” — Unknown

Habitat for Humanity Key Facts

Affordable Housing
In the United States 95 million people, 1/3 of the nation, have housing problems including lack of affordability, overcrowding, unsafe conditions, and homelessness.

In the Twin Cities metro area alone, over half a million people, or more than 20% of the population, are having to spend too much of their income on their housing — not leaving enough for other necessities like good nutrition, health care, transportation, advancing education or saving for the future. And the problem is growing faster in Minnesota than in any other state. This creates tremendous instability in our families, weakens our economy, and even impacts our health and ducational success.

The Families

  • There were more than 100 homes sold to Habitat families in 2019.
  • More than 1,300 families have purchased Habitat homes in the Twin Cities.
  • The primary program in the Twin Cities area sells homes to families who earn 30% – 60% of area median income.
  • The median Habitat family income is $44,000.
  • On average, a Habitat family has 5-6 members in the household.

The Homes

  • Habitat homes include single-family homes, twin homes, and multiple-family homes.
  • The typical Habitat home is 1,400 square feet with three bedrooms.


  • Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity engages over 20,000 volunteers a year.
  • On any given day during our peak construction period, over 270 volunteers are working on up to 20 homes.

Donors support Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity each year

  • Over 7,000 donors provided in excess of $14M in 2019
  • Nearly 300 corporations
  • Over 300 faith-based groups
  • Approximately 2,500 In-Kind donations

This is not a solicitation to sell securities. Any contributions should be made directly to Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity which is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 corporation.