Building a home for a family doesn’t “just happen.” This is a teamwork effort. It takes more than the family, more than the volunteers, more than the financial support, and more than the Habitat organization.
Here’s the common thread: You care about others. You want to reward personal initiative. You want to work with a family who are ready and willing to work hard to achieve home ownership. There are many compelling reasons for making the commitment to partner with Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis. The opportunity for organizations, groups, or individuals to work together to build a new home for a family in need unquestionably returns value to the community.
Keystone Community Partners demonstrate their civic pride and community investment through significant financial contributions. Keystone Community Partners are able to enjoy opportunities such as bringing a group to volunteer on a build site, invitations to special supporter events, and recognition on the Habitat Saint Louis website.
With an annual gift of $1,500 or more, you, your company, foundation, faith-based or civic organization can also enjoy the many wonderful benefits of membership in the Keystone Community Partnership while demonstrating your belief that affordable homeownership is one of the best investments you can make in the future of our community.Get Involved
Manchester United Methodist Church
Piening Family Fund
United Church of Christ Congregations
Wells Fargo Advisors
Ameren Missouri Charitable Foundation
American Direct Marketing, Inc.
Bank of America
Habitat for Humanity International
Home Builders Association
Ladue Chapel Presbyterian Church
Simmons Charitable Foundation
Shirley B. and Donald J. Sher
Rick and Mary Anne Roberts
The Integra Group, Inc.
ESCO Technologies Foundation
The Carreden Group
Bank of Springfield
Brown & Crouppen
City of University City
Daniel and Sallie Shipley
Diann and Lance Cage
Harbor Freight Communities
Jennifer Sprague and Joseph Ippolito
Philip G. Hulse
Save A Lot Ltd
St. Louis – Kansas City Carpenters Regional Council
St. Louis Philanthropic Organization
Steven and Elizabeth Mills
Twain Financial Partners
A. Elaine Barnhill
Allen and Jean Burns
Andy and Anita Higginbotham
Anna M. Hart
Carole A Voudrie
Chris and Abby Roetheli
Dan and Sarah Sise
Ed and Brenda Alizadeh
First Presbyterian Church of Nashville
General Growth Properties
James and Lionelle Elsesser
James C Moranville and Jane Hanebrink
Joanna May Donor Advised Fund, A Donor Advised Fund of Renaissance Charitable Foundation
Kathy and Bob West
Kevin and Kimberly McKinney
Laura and David Margolis
Linda and John Loewenstein
Linda L. Moen
Marc Hirshman and Karen Handelman
Mark and Peggy Holly
Norma Vavra Klein Family Foundation
Pattye Taylor-Phillips and Matt Phillips Sr.
Philip and Jeanne McDermott, Jr.
Raymond and Barbara Balzer
Robert W. Lindecke
Rotary Club of St. Louis
Sandra K Guymon
Shell Oil Company Foundation Matching Gifts Program
Shirleen and Jerry Brown
The David and Linda Swain Foundation
The Robert and Josephine Baer Charitable Fund
US Bank Foundation
Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign
The Builders Club Team is a team building opportunity for groups, companies, and organizations. This program is mutually beneficial to Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis and your place of business because it combines a physical effort on the build site with a financial contribution.
Number of Volunteers
|One-Story Team||up to 10||$1,500|
Your donation includes:
If your group is larger than 20 volunteers, please contact us to discuss available options. No previous construction experience is necessary, just willingness for your group to work together as a team to help your community. For more information, contact email@example.com or give us a call at 314-371-0400. Check out our Builders’ Club Team Information Flyer to learn more.