Europe, Middle East and Africa
We work with many foundations to eradicate poverty housing.
Our foundation partners’ donations help us to continue providing families with homes and the hope of a better life. We are grateful for their kind support.
We are proud to partner with foundations like:
and Habitat for Humanity work together since 2016 on development housing projects in Nepal. Empowering women in the process of providing eco-friendly and sustainable housing are at forefront of the partnership. The projects have helped more than 870 people with a new home and equipped 535 people, mainly women and youth, with valuable skills. The Arab Gulf Program for Development (AGFUND) is a regional organization based in Saudi Arabia.
Through its foundation, Hilti, a provider of technology to the global construction industry is a strategic global partner of Habitat for Humanity since 2012. The partnership focuses on four pillars: Quality Housing, Improved Technology, Globalizing Solutions and Inclusive Housing Finance. The joint efforts have already helped more than 1,5 M adults and children to live in a safer and healthier home. has been significantly improving access to affordable housing finance and gradually also focusing on promoting innovative, eco-friendly and disaster resilient construction technologies and inclusive services. This is achieved via massive construction projects, fostering innovation and employing market-based approaches. Through the 10-year roadmap the Hilti Foundation will have a truly global footprint as the initiatives are currently active in more than 25 countries and growing. By 2030, more than 28 million people will be living in new or improved homes thanks to the support from the Hilti Foundation and the expertise of Hilti employees.
Habitat for Humanity International is a proud partner of the since 2016. The partnership will directly help 15,000 families in India and Kenya improve their housing, ensuring 45,000 children have a healthier home to play, learn and grow up in. The IKEA Foundation believes all children should have a safe place to call home and a healthy start in life and has provided a US$6 million grant to help families create affordable, healthy homes for their children. The partnership aims to catalyze both demand and supply side of the affordable housing market and create a vibrant housing market considering the low-income families in India and Kenya. The IKEA Foundation and Habitat will focus on improving access to client-responsive housing products, services and financing so that low-income families can create a healthy home for their children. In addition, this partnership combines home finance with technical assistance to design, pilot and scale housing-related products and improve availability and affordability of eco-friendly building materials and services.
(Liechtenstein) and Habitat for Humanity have joined forces in 2014 to alleviate poverty and improve the quality of life for 66 children from the Virgen del Carmen community in Paraguay and train 600 people.
A family foundation, , supports Habitat’s project in South Africa called Pelican Park since 2014. The project helps 3,321 families to improve their lives by helping them gain access to a life in a new community in Cape Town. This initiative is intentionally bringing together families of different income levels, different backgrounds, races and religions in order to show that social cohesion and integration is possible.
As everyone deserves dignity and a decent place to live, Habitat for Humanity International and have established their partnership to improve housing for the most deprived persons and create social ties between these persons and society. Since 2014, Somfy Foundation has supported various Habitat’s projects to help families around the world. Families from Australia, Lebanon, China, USA, Poland or Brazil could thus thanks to this partnership repair their homes and improve their living conditions.
is a charitable organization based in Switzerland and specialized in supporting disaster relief and risk reduction programs worldwide. The JTI Foundation has been supporting Habitat for Humanity since 2013, to implement disaster response and mitigation projects such as after the floods in Romania (2013), the super-typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines (2013), the earthquakes in Nepal (2015), droughts in Ethiopia (2016-2017), after the floods in Malawi (2017-2020) and most recently the earthquakes in Mexico (2018). At the same time, our partnership contributes towards the enhancement of Habitat´s front line capacities and knowledge sharing in disaster risk reduction (2015-2017) and bringing market approaches into disaster preparedness programes (2018-2020). In addition to helping the most affected communities with immediate relief and early recovery programs, our interventions also include a training component helping families to build back stronger and more disaster-resilient habitats.
Habitat for Humanity and the have launched an exciting partnership in Bulgaria to improve the social protection and welfare of children and youth by assisting families to improve their living conditions. This five-year initiative, started in 2014, offers families in need opportunities to make gradual home improvements that will decrease health and development risks. As a result, every year, around 1,500 children and young people will be able to stay with their families in a healthy home. Velux, the corporation funding these foundations, is a Danish company and a global leader in roof windows and skylights aiming to create better living environments with daylight and fresh air through the roof – for life, work and play.