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ATIONA R E N L E G

ACT P IM ORT AL REP U N AN 2016 2015-


When our Habitat homeowners first receive their keys, their joy is palpable. The pathway to a new future has begun. The pride and excitement experienced in these moments are unforgettable. As time goes on, that pride is transformed as Habitat homes become an anchor for stability, a path to financial security and a springboard for new opportunities in life. To understand how our homeowners were doing over time, we conducted a comprehensive homeowner survey this past year. The survey revealed the positive generational impact that a Habitat home has on the entire family. From homeowners saving for their future to their children pursuing higher education, the ripple effect that a Habitat home has on a family is remarkable. We hope that you enjoy the stories of the families featured in this year’s report who exemplify how valuable a stable, secure home is.


While we spent this past year reflecting and learning more about our impact, we also experienced tremendous momentum and growth. The organization welcomed its new CEO, Maureen Sedonaen. Maureen is a visionary leader who comes to Habitat at an exciting time to help bring our 2020 vision to life. As you may know, Habitat is executing on an ambitious vision to double our homebuilding efforts and increase our Neighborhood Revitalization program tenfold in East Palo Alto and in San Francisco’s Bayview neighborhood.

We could not accomplish all of this without the support of our nearly 6,000 volunteers who keep alive the Habitat vision that believes by mobilizing our neighbors, we can change people’s lives for the better. Lastly, thank YOU for your generous support. It is because of you and other dedicated supporters that our hard work building and sustaining homes will continue to have a positive impact on our neighbors and community for generations to come. You make this ripple effect possible.

The start of the homeownership journey will begin for 28 new families who will soon move into Habitat Terrace in San Francisco’s Ocean View neighborhood. The development is set for completion before the end of this year. Mt. Burdell Place in Novato also made significant progress on ten beautiful single-family homes with 70 percent of the construction complete. Additionally, we continued making headway with our pre-development work at our sites in Redwood City and Hunters View in San Francisco. Habitat’s ReStore also experienced incredible growth, expanding by more than 10,000 square feet. The San Carlos home improvement discount store hosted a grand re-opening event to showcase the store’s redesigned layout, featuring high quality furniture and home improvement goods.

With gratitude,

Nancy Murray Board Chair

Maureen Sedonaen CEO


Growing up, Bill saw both of his parents volunteer— serving the homeless, establishing first aid centers and being active in their synagogue. He learned that your community is not limited to those who look like you or live in your neighborhood. Today, Bill carries out his parents’ altruistic legacy as a regular volunteer at Mt. Burdell Place. As a licensed electrician, he’s better known as “Electric Bill.” Over the years, Bill and the regular volunteers have become a tight-knit group and Bill feels like he’s found another family that is rooted in the importance of serving others.

VOLUNTEER IMPACT GROWING UP WITH COMMUNITY VALUES

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Our volunteers are the backbone of our organization, building new homes, revitalizing neighborhoods and providing vital support at our ReStore home improvement store.

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Tyler’s parents taught him the importance of giving back to the community and helping out wherever you can. Half way around the world, Tyler realized his calling to give back— in Vietnam on a Habitat Global Village trip with his mom, a former Habitat Greater San Francisco board member. After college, Tyler took an AmeriCorps position in Neighborhood Revitalization. Tyler will never forget how motivating the work was. From every swing of a hammer to every paint brush stroke, Tyler was helping longtime Bay Area residents age-in-place and restoring a sense of pride for the neighborhoods they call home.


BEVERLY Bayview Homeowner

NEIGHBORHOOD REVITALIZATION Homes and communities preserved for future generations

751

volunteer hours

40

projects completed

This past year, Habitat Greater San Francisco hosted its first Building Blocks events in both East Palo Alto and San Francisco’s Bayview neighborhood. The three-day event mobilizes hundreds of volunteers to transform a neighborhood, making repairs to homes, parks and community facilities. Longtime Bayview homeowner, Beverly, received critical repairs to ensure the safety of her home during the Building Blocks event in her neighborhood. Beverly has been in her home since 1966, which was passed down to her from her parents.

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a v pr eser The repairs made to Beverly’s home helped keep her parents’ dream of homeownership alive for the family. The home can now continue to be what Beverly calls a “safe haven” for her brother, niece and two great nieces who all live with her. Beverly hopes to keep the home in her family and pass it down to future generations.


THE SURVEY Our comprehensive homeowner survey this past year revealed the positive generational impact that a Habitat home has on the entire family. Here are some key results from our homeowner survey in 2016.

FINANCIAL SECURITY

Habitat homeowners are saving for their future. homeowners feel secure 65% offinancially

NOTE: 88 Habitat households participated in the survey, providing information for 381 current Habitat household residents.

homeowners putting aside 83% ofare money for at least one savings goal

44% retirement

36%

28%

emergency education savings

25%

home repairs


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Impact that Lasts for Generations

For Habitat homeowners, the pride and excitement of a new home grows into an anchor for stability, a path to financial security and a springboard for new opportunities in life. Inside are four stories that highlight the long-term effect a Habitat home can have on a family’s future.

EDUCATION

COMMUNITY

Early indicators show dependents who grow up in Habitat homes are pursuing post-secondary education.

Habitat homeowners volunteer, vote and interact with their neighbors more often than the area average.

young adults are school or have 65% ofina post-secondary

homeowners feel being part of 90% ofthat the community is

41%

75%

degree

of dependents (25 years or older) have a Bachelor’s Degree or higher

important

of homeowners volunteer at least once a year—more than double the regional average

homeowners vote or often— 60% ofalways nearly double the regional average


College Graduate

UGONMA Habitat had a huge role in shaping who I am.

stability

You can find Ugonma effortlessly going about her day working with the International Operations team at Wells Fargo. In her spare time she is fervently studying for the GRE. Ugonma recently graduated from Loyola Marymount University and will apply to graduate school to earn a dual degree in Public Policy and an MBA. Ugonma is an intelligent, thoughtful young woman with a bright future. However, the path to where she is today has not always been easy. Growing up, Ugonma knew the fear of feeling unsafe in her neighborhood. She also knew the stress of shuffling from place to place for her family to find affordable housing. The day Ugonma moved into her Habitat home, she remembers the family’s whole well-being improved. Ugonma’s home now created a sense of security that

set free a powerful positive outlook that impacted the entire family. Ugonma remembers her mom always being present, guiding and encouraging Ugonma and her three siblings. Her mom wanted them all to go to college and they all did. While Ugonma’s college was expensive, her mom assured her that she had options because their family had the security of a home and a stable mortgage capped at 30% of their annual income. The success of Ugonma and her siblings can be traced back to meeting a basic need—a stable home.

“As I look to the future, I realize now that Habitat had a huge role in shaping who I am and what I want to do. It’s the reason I was able to attend a prominent Jesuit university and develop my passion for serving others.”


MS, Special Education

EDITH

When Edith looks into the eyes of her students, she sees her 25 year-old son, Ulisses, who shares similar special needs as her students. It has been a longtime dream for Edith to become a teacher and make an impact by teaching children who are just like her son. Edith is also bilingual and noticed that there was a need for Spanish-speaking teachers to serve this very population in her community. As a mother of three, Edith raised her family while going to college over the course of 10 years. She became a Habitat homeowner in 2008 and with predictable housing payments, she was able to save for the first time. This allowed her to go back to school and earn a Bachelor’s degree in Child Adolescent Development

and a Master’s in Special Education. This past May, Edith proudly graduated from San Francisco State University.

“If it was not for Habitat, my life would have been focused on surviving. And, here I am today with a Master’s Degree and my children are thriving, and I am able to pursue my passion for teaching, which allows me to give back to my community and helps provide meaning for my life.”

security

Here I am today with a Master’s Degree and my children are thriving.


College Graduate

ROCIO This all changed when Rocio moved into her Habitat home when she was in sixth grade. She remembers this moment well because it was the first time she had her own room and felt a sense of independence. Her mother made the decision to send Rocio and her siblings to private school because for the first time she was able to set aside money for their schooling. At Notre Dame High School, all of Rocio’s peers would talk about the colleges they hoped to apply to, and she even had a teacher who incorporated college essay writing into the curriculum. Rocio did not want to get left behind and also wanted to

make her mother proud, so she decided she would be college bound.

“I was blessed to grow up in a Habitat home because it helped me get to college. You see, if it was not for Notre Dame, I am not sure that I would be where I am today. And, if it was not for Habitat, I would have not been able to go to Notre Dame. I am a college graduate today because of Habitat.”

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Rocio was not always sure if college would be in the cards for her. Growing up, she moved around a lot, attending six different schools in seven years.

Rocio recently graduated from San Jose State University with a degree in Political Science and works for the County of San Mateo Elections and Registrations department. Rocio will pursue a Master of Public Administration in Fall 2017 and plans to use her degree to work in the nonprofit sector because Habitat left a lasting impression on her to help others.

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College Student

TAYLOR

Taylor’s new home ignited a lot of “firsts” for her. Taylor is naturally shy and for the first time, she was able to invite friends over. She later got involved in team sports and became more active. Taylor also had her very own room, where she had personal space and could focus on her homework.

Having a stable, secure home opened the space for Taylor to think about her future. It was no longer a fantasy for Taylor to go to college, but this was another “first” to check off the list. Today, Taylor is a sophomore at City College of San Francisco where she is pursuing a major in Business Administration.

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When Taylor got a dog for her birthday after moving into her Habitat home, this signified that she had a permanent place to call home.

“I would probably not be in college today if it was not for Habitat. If I did not have the stability, I don’t think I would have had the drive to pursue my education and would most likely have been concerned about trying to find a better living situation and not thinking about school.”

If I did not have the stability, I don’t think I would have had the drive to pursue my education.


FINANCIALS NET ASSETS Income

Public Support Investment Developer Partnership Sales of Homes ReStore Other/Events

$26,875,983 Public Support Individuals Corporations Foundations Growth Campaign Grants Other*

$4,731,943 $398,939 $2,710,716 $0 $1,471,777 $606,218

* Other includes: Special Events, In-Kind donations, and Organizations

TOTAL $9,919,593

expenses Programs Fundraising Admin

$1,753,517 $764,635 $161,725 $811,289 $396,065 $844,712

programs Housing Development $815,133 Homeowner Development $747,645 Volunteer Services $381,458 Neighborhood Revitalization $817,937 ReStore $1,569,666

$4,331,839 $1,305,886 $1,200,705

TOTAL $6,838,430

Expenses not reflected in the above totals include $3,460,571 spent on the construction costs for four sites located in Novato, Redwood City and two in San Francisco. These expenses will be reflected in our P&L within the year that Habitat sells the 88 homes to qualified families.

The financial data reported above is summarized based on the audit performed by Armanino, LLP. Copies of the audit report are available at www.habitatgsf.org/finance.

help us impact future generations Donate Become a monthly donor, remember Habitat Greater San Francisco in your estate plan or make an annual gift to help local families.

Volunteer Join our volunteer team on the construction and Neighborhood Revitalization sites or at our ReStore in San Carlos.

Advocate Support affordable housing where you live. See habitatgsf.org/advocate to learn more.


THANK YOU! Volunteers DREAM BUILDER 750+ HOURS Lee Cheng Jim Edwards Linda Grayson Linda Knox Allan McKay

HOPE BUILDER 500-749 HOURS Larry Allen Stevan Bradley Ronald Davis Susan Duffy Alice Greenley Bradford Kirby Wolfgang Liebelt Larry Rushing Robert Siederer Silan Stahlhut

FOUNDATION BUILDER 250-499 HOURS Monica Armon Catherine Baird Robert Bannister David Becker William Becker Nick Bollo Calvin Breed Larry Bridges Gina Brown Alfred Cuasito Jolinda Decad Geoffrey Ding Linda Grassi Marie Lester Thomas Lester Dan Mundstock Cheryl Patstone Debbie Rostenberg Jenny Tomita

COMMUNITY BUILDER 100-249 HOURS Benjamin Alfonso Luke Angus Elizabeth Arnold Brian Bane Linda Bonino Sharon Brannen David Brown Ann Carey Coralie Chan Michael Chicotel Isabella Cortesi Suzanne Daly Norbert De Brujin Mariel Devries Linda Dezman Steven Doubilet Scott Drennan Errol Durham Jay Erdmann John Erdmann George Faasolo Alex Friedman Jason Fung Bryan Garbutt Jeana Garcia Hubert Gee David Grabel Giovanni Guardado Barbara Hart John Hellmann Fred Huang Arnold Jimenez Tanisha Johnson Jeni Jordan Philip Jordan Teresa Kruger Benjamin Kutler David Langhorst Cameron Lee Ben Levin Cindy Li Yang Li Bill Londeree Dan Love Stan Low Uriel Lujan Patti Lynch Mitra Mavaddat Pierre Messerli

John Owl Stan Pelmears Christian Perez Garrett Pin Patricia Ravicz William Reese David Roessner William Rostenberg Jonathan Sandoval Ellen Sbragia Johnny Schenone Kelly Scherr Donald Schroeder Everett Secor MaryAnne Shattuck Elitsa Shepherd Miguel Sierra Bryn Smith Janis Stagnaro Tim Stewart Yolanda Sturgis Waimar Than Michelle Thornburgh Adrien Treguer Ted Von Glahn Charles Watt William Weinberg Dimitri Wentworth James White Anne Wong Argin Wong Kevin Wu David Zolezzi

COMMITTEE VOLUNTEERS Craig Allison Annette Blanchard Pat Courtney Nikki Dinh Michael Golden Natasha Griffin Sabrina Hildebrand Rob Howard Janet Hunter Serena Ip Tessa Janian Susana Jimenez Jane Kruse Francis Lau Janette Liu Erin McDonnell

Pat McGaraghan Matthew Mintz Jim Newton Minh Nguyen Meryl Selig Mary Anne Shattuck Maryann Shinta Andrew Slaton Paula Stillman Keith Sweatt Brenda Tam Matthew Thurmaier Jacqulin Veta Shannon Way Andrew Wilson

AmeriCorps & Interns AmeriCorps members are an

integral part of our team—in the office and on the construction site—serving as team leaders, trainers, supervisors, mentors for our construction interns and community ambassadors.

AmeriCorps

Asha Abdi Breanna Browne Margarita Cabaral Carli Ciofani Molly Foley Samantha Garcia Jeramee Haynie Tahira Jacobs Aimee Kerr Jessica Lee Jacob Lucas Hannah Manetta Monique Raymond Ian Sharp Tyler Spreng Leo Stegman Aziza-Mistral Sullivan Victoria Van Duyne

Interns

Hugo Akdogan Thomas Antoni

Board of Directors Nancy Murray, CHAIR Retired, Former Partner, Pillsbury Winthrop

Julia Davidson Retired, Former Partner, Cooley Godward LLP

Vicki Joseph Vice President of Community Development, Citi

Peter Ingram, SECRETARY Principal, Peter Ingram Consulting

Michael C. Dorsey Managing Partner, The Bay Area Growth Fund

David Kremer Partner, Shartsis Friese, LLP

Jason Wells, TREASURER Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, PG&E

Aidan Dunne Partner, KPMG

Paul Chapman Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Gap, Inc. David Cropper Development Director, TMG Partners

Mark Goodman-Morris Pastor, Valley Presbyterian Church Jeffrey Hoopes CEO, Swinerton Builders Will Hu Director of Acquisitions, The Prado Group

Robert S. Ogilvie, Ph.D. Director, SPUR Oakland

Yassine Ben Ayad Rajae Berni Mariam Boulaid Ian Browne Kennon Bugay Maximo Caballes Jr. Rosalinda Calderon Melvin Campbell Philip Cheung Paul Chevalier Joshua Conrow Arthur Deloire Violaine Demachy Alexandre Desrivieres John Diep Rebecca Finacom Julien Guth Maxime Guyot Gabriel Hale Allen Ho Derek Ho Varun Kamat Maxime Laheurte Matthew Lanthier Alexandra Laris Nolwenn Lecoursonnais Joris Lienherr Andrew Mabardy Paul Marchio Jason Mark Joann Martinez Vigny Mathew Gino McGee Alexander Melles Sam Mitchell Mohammad Moustafa Aurelie Nicolleau Stephen Okea Jackson Okuhn Hugo Payen Suellen Ribeiro Jeff Rix Benjamin Signoret Bryan Soh (Weida) Seiji Tamanaha Diana Tsui Aaren Joy (AJ) Velando Hannah Williams Chris Yap

Randy Smith Vice President, Global Real Estate & Facilities, Oracle Corporation Anand Swaminathan Senior Partner, McKinsey and Company

Kalimah Salahuddin Executive Assistant, Exelixis

Victoria Thomas Co-Chair, Habitat Young Professionals

Matt Shewey Managing Director, Jones Lang LaSalle

Danielle Tiedt Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, YouTube

Amy Skeeters-Behrens Executive Director, DocuSign Impact

Vanessa Washington Senior Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, Bank of the West

Habitat Young Professionals Victoria Thomas, Co-chair Andrew Wietstock, Co-chair Carolina Baasch Anna Bartley Kristin Burger Matt Clark Susie Criscimagna Whitney Floratos Gretchen Heckman Peter Muscat Reimi Okuyama Huynh Millen Pasich Sarah Ryan Jared Thomas


THANK YOU DONORS! LEADERSHIP CIRCLE $250k+ Dostart Development Company

ARCHITECTS CIRCLE $100K-$250K

Ruth Jenkins The McMurtry Family Foundation Andrew and Judith Ann Mendelsohn Pacific Gas and Electric Company Wells Fargo Bank

DEVELOPER’S CIRCLE $50K-$99,999

Bank of America Capital One Markus Fromherz and Heike Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. H.I. Grousbeck Hurlbut-Johnson Charitable Trust Menlo Church Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors Salesforce.com Foundation Sand Hill Foundation Solid Rock Foundation Tishman Speyer

PILLAR’S CIRCLE $25K-$49,999

Bank of the West Cargill Incorporated Cisco Systems Jim and Julia Davidson Facebook Google Inc. The HRH Foundation The JEC Foundation Nancy Murray and James Feuille Oracle David and Ruth Plant Mark Stevens and Mary Murphy Sandra and John Thompson

BUILDER’S CIRCLE $10K-$24,999

Accenture Scott and Amy Arnold Bloomberg Stevan D. Bradley Bredt Family Fund Paul and Janet Chapman City National Bank Terry and Anne Clark Credit Karma David and Joni Cropper Gordon and Carolyn Davidson Dignity Health Dora Donner Ide Core Trust Epsilon First Republic Bank Gap Inc. Gilead Sciences, Inc. The William G. Gilmore Foundation Jeff and Carol Hoopes JPMorgan Chase Tim and Sheryl Lee Kristine Leja and John Cleary Miranda Lux Foundation Magnussen Toyota/Scion of Palo Alto Marin Community Foundation John and Michele McNellis Regine and Christopher Nelson Omidyar Network Fund, Inc. San Francisco Federal Credit Union

Robert and Meryl Selig Carl and Diane Shannon Michael and Shauna Stark Stovall Family Fund Swinerton Incorporated Thrivent Financial Union Bank Union Privilege Walton Family Foundation, Inc.

CARPENTER’S CIRCLE $5K-$9,999

AdRoll AvalonBay Communities Inc Kenneth Baugh Blue Shield of California Boston Private Bank and Trust Arlene Buechert Mark Buell and Susie Tompkins Buell DalTile Design Studio Danford Foundation DLA Piper US LLP Steve Dostart and Sharon Meers Aidan Dunne Lawrence and Pamela Garlick Kevin and Noelle Gibbs GoPro Jill Grossman Habitat for Humanity International— Cars for HomesTM Greg and Sally Hartman Charlotte Hatch Rob Hollister Gayle and Michael Ing Ellen Jamason and Giacomo Marini David Kremer The Stanley S. Langendorf Foundation Cindy Lee Patrick and Nancy McGaraghan MetLife Metropolitan Capital Bank and Trust Microsoft The Middle Passage Foundation Morrison and Foerster LLP Armand and Eliane Neukermans Dennis and Gloria O’Brien George and Joan Parker Plant Construction Company Portola Valley Theatre Conservatory Procter & Gamble Raptor Pharmaceuticals Inc. Robina Riccitiello Rogers Family Coffee Co. Schreiber Foundation Kevin and Constance Shanahan Shartsis Friese LLP Matt and Collin Shewey Randy Smith Anne Snodgrass Laurence and Suzanne Spitters Anand and Laura Swaminathan Twitch TV US Bank Valley Presbyterian Church Don and Anne Vermeil View the Space, Inc. Visa Inc. Vanessa Washington and Wayne Rowland Jason Wells and Jenny Koehler

MEMBERSHIP CIRCLE $1K-$4,999 2K Next Level A Ralles Industry Adobe Systems Incorporated Affiliated Engineers, Inc.

Allied Administrators Inc. Douglas and Loretta Allred Allstate Paul Althouse Warren Anderson Apple Phil and Whitney Arnautou Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. ASD Architects Brian D. Banuelos and Steve Vettel George Barrera Joel and Wendy Bartlett Ophelia Basgal BCCI Construction Company Lezlie Beam Beckon Inc. Hilary and Edmund Billings Bochnowski Family Foundation Douglas Booth and Margaret Simpson Boston Properties, LLP Nancy and Henry Bourne Matthew L. Brennan Jose Brotons Terri Bullock John Burnett Campari America Lori Carter Charles Schwab Corporation Chevron Alice Chetkovich David and Claudia Chittenden Chronicle Books Carol Coffman Kelly Cole Colliers Parrish International Columbia Property Trust CoreLogic Kenneth and Lynn Cox Jamie Crocket Wang and Joseph Wang Joshua Curtis Cushman and Wakefield Cytokinetics, Inc. Victoria Dade William and Sharon Dally Ross Darwin Jeffrey Dauber Karen Davidowski Eric and Margaret Davis Deutsche Bank Nicholas Dewar and Nicki Michaels Dharma Merchant Services Joshua Dickinson Katrina Dickson DocuSign Dome Construction Michael Dorsey and Susan Ford Dorsey DuPont Industrial Biosciences Greg Ehrensing Shirley Ely Helen Embree Equilar Cheryl Erickson John and Kristine Erving Essex Property Trust, Inc. Thomas Feldstein Rodney Ferguson and Kathleen Egan First Presbyterian Church of Burlingame First Presbyterian Church of San Mateo Margot Fraser and Stephen Schoen Derek and Sally Freyberg The Russell, Margaret and Perry Garvin Charitable Fund Genentech Brandon Geraldo Ann Goggins Gregory Nancy and Richard Goldcamp Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund Mark and Cheryl Goodman-Morris

Cathy Greenwold Jason Griffie Diane Guinta and Paul Goldstein Robert and Anne Gunderson David and Deanna Gustavson Mary and Thomas Haak-Frendscho Peter E. Haas Jr. Habitat Young Professionals Stephen Halprin Helen Hansma Hilari and Timo Hardin Harvey and Margaret Hinman Hogue and Associates Inc. Rae and Charmaine Holt John Hopkins The Gerald K. and Virginia Hornung Family Foundation William Hu and Jessica Meksavan Peter Ingram and Yvette Pirie International Business Machines Inkling J.H. Fitzmaurice, Inc. Richard and Susan Jacobsen David and Patricia Jacobson James E. Roberts-Obayashi Corporation Miles Jensen and Jennifer Wilds JLL Joanne and Philip Jones Larry Kavinoky Morgan Kazuko KBS III 201 Spear Street LLC Kennedy/Jenks Consultants John Kersic Brian Keyser Kilroy Realty Corporation Donald and Jill Knuth Betsy Koester Raymonde and Douglas Kramlich Andrea Lamari Mrs. Nancy Laxson-Highton Lennar Urban Level 10 Construction Wil Levine LigaDATA Torrey Lincoln Linde-Sands Family Fund Dorothy Lloyd Lorbor, Greenfield & Polito, LLP Eric Lucking Connie and Bob Lurie Foundation Jeffrey and Susanne Lyons M Moser Associates, LLC Neil and Alisa MacAvoy Suzanne Mankoff Andrew Mann Marin Country Day School Mazzola Family Fund McKinsey and Company Kelsey McNamara Charles and Nancy McQuilkin Mechanics Bank Mellam Family Foundation Jonathan Meyer Dennis Miller and Teri Klein Dianne Morton Duane Northcutt and Monica Lam Novo Construction Janine O’Flaherty Gladys Orozco Tamar Pachter Pacific Union Marin Community Fund Paragon Real Estate Group Jane Paulson John Pawek Samuel Peckham Ronald Perkins and Carol Bruce John and Lynn Peterson Henry B. Pilger and Mary Mewha


This honor roll gratefully acknowledges gifts and pledges made between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016. Habitat Greater San Francisco also appreciates the more than one thousand donors at other levels of giving, many who give anonymously. Your support makes hope a reality for local working families and helps inspire future generations. Key Society Members (lifetime giving of $1 million+) Includes matching funds

Polaris Pacific Chris and Lori Potter Tom and Margi Power Presbyterian Church of Novato Ms. Margaret Pringle Qiagen Sciences, LLC R.N. Field Construction, Inc. Marc Rand and Scott Montgomery Arthur and Patricia Ravicz Richard B. Reader and Anne Akers Johnson Stephen Rensselaer Family Fund Sean Rhea Rhumbix Miriam Rivera The Paul and Yannick Rochester Fund Ronald C. Wornick Jewish Day School Matthew Roy Puneet Sarna Mr. Robert Sawyer SBI Builders, Inc. Jonathan Scharfman Jesse Schilling Rita Schreiber William and Marilee Schroeder Glen and Margaret Seidel Amanda Sharp Martin and Lee Ann Shell Lisa Shiveley Shorenstein Realty Services, LP Silicon Valley Bank Charles and Maudie Silverman Ashok Singhal and Jeanette Hung Amy Skeeters-Behrens Skyline Commercial Interiors Bryn Smith Douglas and Barbara Spreng Margaret Spriggs Startapp, Inc. Melanie and David Stoll Charles Sullivan and Suzanne Doria Symantec John and Sharon Tastor Daniel Tauber John Testa Victoria Thomas Thumbtack Danielle Tiedt Lynn Tolin Matthew Torok Samantha Tripodi Turner and Townsend UBS Financial Services United Way Eric Upin Thomas and Virginia Vadnais Lydia Varmazis Lou Vasquez and Alison Thoreau Mark and Teri Vershel Laura Vidal Vista Wealth Management LLC Kenneth and Bonnie Walter Richard Warner Michael Weinberger Marion Weinreb and Paula Pilecki Katherine Welch Westminster Presbyterian Church Searle Whitney Trust Woodmont Real Estate Services Serena Zhao Debra Zumwalt

DONORS $500-$999

Acacia Capital Corporation Kenneth Adamson Agilent Technologies Violette Atalla

Francesca Bannerman Barr Charitable Foundation James Bassett and Lily Hurlimann Allen J. Baum Linda Bell Robert and Patricia Bilger Bitter Badger Big Joe Leasing and Rentals, LLC Susie Black Howard and Susan Blair Pat Blumenthal Ph.D. Braff Family Fund Gary and Carolyn Brandenburg Bernard Brasseur Robert Brent and Sylvia Vallat Timothy and Margaret Brown Joanne Bruggemann James Buckley Simon Buesnel Charles Bullock and Kristen Sandifer Robert and Rita Burgelman Tina and Oliver Burgelman Lori Campagna Brian Cardanha John and Nancy Cassidy Karyn Castro William and Gayle Chan Ming-Teh Chen Selene Se Lui Chew Catherine Chung Robert and Susan Coffman Jason Collins Community Thrift Store Robert Comstock Brenda Cravens Cecile Currier Yogen and Peggy Dalal Jamie and Carey D’Alessandro Lee Damico George de Tuncq DePaola Bigalke Family Fund Donald and Martha Deutsch Digital Realty Trust, L.P. John and Anne Dini Ed and Della Dobranski David and Barbara Dobrinen Michael and Ruth Donohue Will Dorsey Bruce and Teresa Downs Mark Eaton Robert M. English and Anna Marie Zara Anne Farrar Mara Feeney and Deborah Grady Dan Felder Carol and Louis Felthouse Linda Fenney and Stanley Dirks Seth Ferguson Daniel Fineman First Baptist Church of Palo Alto First Congregational Church of San Rafael Charles and Binny Fischer Sam Fisher Charles Fortenbach Donald Foster Len Ganote Matthew Garratt Charles Gebhardt Mary and Clinton Gilliland Donald Ginn Giveback Homes Valerie Ann Glass Marne Good and Brian McHugh Chris and Nina Goodwin Michael Gothelf Joy Graustark William Guilford and Marcella Lillis Chet Haase Myra Haggerty

Kristina Hansen Kelly Harrington Karen Hart Caleb Hauser and Carla Wray Stanley and Monica Hayes Mitzi Henderson James Henry Samuel Hoch Helen Holden Bob and Linda Holtzapple Mary Hooper Peter and Suzanne Hooper Jalson Co, Inc. Michael Kamm and Cindy Polite Bradford Kirby and Diana Doyal Jason Koglin Cathy Kornblith Lawrence Kuechler Laurie Lacob Mr. and Mrs. James G. LaPlante Jr. Charles and Pauline Laurenson D. Bryan and Lyn Lawton Andrew and Janet Lederer Nancy Lelicoff Wolfgang Liebelt Thomas Lockard Karen Lott David and Eleanor Louis Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit Kay MacDonald Ann Maier James and Renee Masterson Cora McClure William and Christina McClure McKesson Foundation Ted Meeker and Anita Wotiz Barbara Meislin Merck Foundation Sue and Thomas Merigan Karine Michaelian Jennifer Miller Jacob Mishell Brian and Sue Moore Penelope More Mountain Top Ministries Elizabeth and Kenneth Myers Hatem and Dalia Naguib Anupama Narla Walter Niemasik and Julie Kaufman Robert Ogilvie and Stacey Giamalis Erik Ogren James and June Park Geoffrey and Jill Parker Laura Parker Millen Paschich David Pearson and Julie Montanari Lindsay Pearson Joan Pera James and Alma Phillips Tom and Tina Phillips The Pittsburgh Foundation Mr. Blair D. Porteous Courtney Power David Prowler and Simone Perez Eleanor and Steven Rabinowitsh Anne Ream Steven Reed Diane and Charles Rhodes Miranda Rising Diane E. Roberts Wallace and Cynthia Rutherford Cindy Rutter Joel Sachs The Schaumann Philanthropic Fund John and Kathleen Schniedwind Kenneth Schwing Catherine Scuderi Anita Seipp MaryAnne Shattuck

Richard Shavelson John Shott Anne and Alan Simpson James Sinnott and Irena Defischer Smith NMTC Associates, LLC Philip Smith and Shelagh Kiley Smith Charles and Carla Stedwell James and Elizabeth Steidel Tania Stepanian Roger and Carmen Stuhlmuller Sally Stull Scott M. Sueoka Susan Sutherland and David Mustelier Maureen Terris The John and Carry Thacher Family Fund Jeffrey and Toneh Thompson Thomson Reuters Anita Trachte and Timothy Mason Franklin and Barbara Turner Theresa Uchida Brent and Sandra Vaughan Alexis Walsh William Welch Ellie and Rick Wells Nancy E. Wessels-White Cheryl Westmont Sharon and Andrew Wietstock Allen and Marilyn Willard Alicia and Amanda Williams Woodward Family Foundation Barbara Wornum Gregory and Melinda Yost Julie Young Peter Young and Tachina Rudman-Young Suzanne Zimmerman Mark and Mary Lou Zoback The Ziff Charitable Fund Zurich In North America

IN KIND DONORS

Alaska Airlines Bar Architects Richard Brandi Anthony Cameron Campari America City National Bank Euro Style Builders Galvanize Georgia-Pacific Gypsum Golden State Warriors Google Inc. Bryan Hancsin and David Hedley IBEW Local 6 Joshua Ets-Hokin Photography Doug Jost Kelly Moore Paint Company Radhika Khatod Monica Kicklighter Ann Lokey Bruce Lovazzano Lowe’s Patrick and Nancy McGaraghan Yolanda Montijo Morrison & Foerster Foundation Nancy Murray and James Feuille Bill Palmer Pauls Corporation PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP Xi Qiao Sageleaf Forest LLC Schneider Electric Shartsis Friese LLP Square D Electric Company SSL Law Firm LLP Ken and Christine Valente Williams Sound LLC


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