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Mission, Vision & Values

Our Mission Statement

Seeking to put God's love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.

Our Vision

A world where everyone has a decent place to live.

Our Values

  • Compassion:  Acting with selflessness to demonstrate Christ's love
  • Family:  A foundation of love and safety
  • Optimism:  Empowering hope and possibility
  • Relationships:  Building community through meaningful partnerships
  • Stewardship:  Serving others with the gifts entrusted to us

Tithing: The goal of Habitat for Humanity is to eliminate poverty housing worldwide. The tithe program was created to give affiliates a way to impact Habitat´s global ministry in addition to impacting the need in their local communities. Tithing gives affiliates an opportunity to share their resources with developing countries throughout the world, and to have both a global and a local home building program. By supporting Habitat's work outside of the U.S., your affiliate or campus chapter can make it possible to achieve a world where someday, everyone will have a good place to call home.

With the Habitat for Humanity International Tithe program, local affiliates and the State Support Organization donate a portion of our unrestricted income for the construction of Habitat homes in other countries - Brown County HfH donates 10% quarterly.

Affiliates only tithe on unrestricted donations. If a donor wishes her/his contribution to remain within the affiliate's local community, none of that donation will be used in foreign Habitat building. It is also worth noting that none of the tithe is used to support administrative or other costs of Habitat for Humanity in the United States. Rather, the tithe donations are sent in their entirety to the country or program of our choice. Therefore, when you contribute to a local Habitat for Humanity house build project, your donation is actually helping build homes for two families in need of safe, affordable housing – one local and one foreign.

Brown County Habitat for Humanity tithes go to building in Africa and the Middle East.

Year Tithe Average Cost of Housing Solution International Families Served
2015 $217 $4.500 0.0
2014 $2.921 $4,500

0.6

2013 $3,536 $4,500 0.8
2012 $2,539 $4,500 0.6
2011 $2,248 $4,500 0.5
2010 $2,968 $4,500 0.7
2009 $2,509 $4,500 0.6
2008 $15,908 $4,200 3.8
2007 $1,855 $4,200 0.4
2006 $1,374 $4,200 0.3
2005 $1,101 $4,200 0.3
2004 $1,677 $4,200 0.4
2003 $1,307 $4,200 0.3
2002 $1,201 $2,500 0.5
2001 $4,019 $2,500 1.6
2000 $246 $2,500 0.1
1999 $5,926 $1,500 4.0
1998 $3,706 $1,500 2.5
1997 $8,750 $1,500 5.8
1996 $1,940 $1,500 1.3

1994

$3,281 $1,500 2.2
  $34,614   13.6

No data for 1995

Shelter from wind, rain and cold is a basic human need
Habitat for Humanity International is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian organization. We are dedicated to eliminating substandard housing and homelessness worldwide and to making adequate, affordable shelter a matter of conscience and action. Our ministry was founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a simple, decent place to live in dignity and safety.

All are welcome
Habitat has an open-door policy: All who desire to be a part of this work are welcome, regardless of religious preference or background. We have a policy of building with people in need regardless of race or religion. We welcome volunteers and supporters from all backgrounds.