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1 Opening doors to opportunity 2012 Annual Report

2 Opening Doors to Opportunity through Homes, Communities and Hope. By opening doors to opportunity, Austin Habitat for Humanity builds homes, communities and hope. Our doors are always open to provide housing counseling, foreclosure prevention and homebuyer education. We build new homes with new doors for hardworking families, providing them a secure shelter and a decent home to call their own. We repair or replace old doors with new ones for homeowners who cannot afford to make critical repairs imperative to their health and safety. And we sell doors at our ReStore to generate the revenue that allows us to put those doors on our new homes and home repair projects. In 2012, together with 8,226 volunteers, we built 23 new homes for working families; repaired 37 homes owned by lower income veterans, seniors, and the disabled; and redirected over 1.16 million pounds of construction waste from area landfills. It was a year of celebration during which we marked the 20th Anniversary of the ReStore, our 100th home repair, and a number of community-wide events. We were also honored with the 2012 Texas Habitat for Humanity Community Builder Affiliate Award and the Envision Central Texas Award for Innovation for the ReStore. Doors are also the perfect metaphor for what Austin Habitat for Humanity offers through its various programs and services. When we build or repair a home for a low-income family, senior or veteran, we are opening the door to opportunity. We are helping them gain access to a stronger community, better education, improved health, greater financial stability, increased safety and a brighter future. This is why doors have inspired the theme of this annual report, Opening Doors to Opportunity through Homes, Communities and Hope. We thank you for your generous support that allows Austin Habitat for Humanity to open doors to opportunity for the families and individuals we serve. We thank you for volunteering your time and strength to help install and paint the doors on the homes we build and repair. And we hope you will join us in 2013 to continue our quest to close the door on poverty and open more doors to opportunity. Kelly Weiss, President and CEO Dr. George Gau, Board Chair 1

3 mission Through faith in action, Austin Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. VISION A world where everyone has a decent place to live. 2

4 BY THE NUMBERS

5 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC IMPACT Not only do we build homes, communities and hope, Austin Habitat for Humanity also makes significant contributions to the local economy, extending our impact beyond the families we serve to the broader Austin community. In 2012, our activities generated a total of $10,912,546 in regional economic output. This created 50 additional full and part-time jobs in Austin and generated $3,742,490 in total earnings in the region. 4

6 Born in Brooklyn, April moved to Texas as a very young child and considers herself a Texan and an Austinite. To me, it s not important what or where I came from w h at s important is what I am doing now for my children and where I want us to be in the future. HOME April works in IT at a nonprofit that serves individuals with mental illness. As a single mom of three great kids, her dedication to their future is the reason she decided to become part of the Austin Habitat for Humanity program. Providing a decent home for your child may seem like a given, but for so many hardworking families in Austin, it is a goal not easily reached. Austin Habitat for Humanity has given April the hand up she needed. As she puts it, working on site with my hands, being surrounded by good people, and working through the classes with other families has taught me that I want more, I deserve more. Throughout the process, she was constantly amazed at how kind and loving the volunteers and staff were to her. Going through the homeownership classes and the skills she learned on site made April realize the importance of education and hard work. The Austin Habitat for Humanity Construction team, our AmeriCorps team, and dedicated HomeAway volunteers helped April raise the first wall on her house on a cold morning in November. There were few dry eyes as April explained that she had finally broken the cycle of poverty for her family and that her daughter couldn t be there that morning because she was taking her first final exams as a freshman at Texas State University. At the dedication of her home, April thanked everyone for their work. There were even fewer dry eyes when 6-year-old Sonja presented April and her family with new towels and linens for their home, bought with money she raised through a YouTube campaign and matched with her allowance. This is what we do at Austin Habitat for Humanity, we build homes, we give hope, and we create connections that strengthen our community. WATCH SONJA 5

7 Maria s family represents something Austin Habitat for Humanity is passionate about: empowering families and making home, community and hope a reality for everyone. Maria was looking for hope for her disabled son, Michael, and was told countless times that his physical and mental limitations were too much to survive. Doctor s bills piled up and life became even more difficult for the private care provider and her family. Maria lamented how her neighbors mistreated Michael. My son is bullied because of his differences; the children in the neighborhood are relentless in their tormenting of him. We are constantly fixing his bike and cleaning up bloody noses and bruises caused by these children. When I reach out to their parents, most of the time, they blame me for allowing my son out in public. They say I should put him in a home. I am not giving up on my son. Maria never gave up. She always wanted to give her family a home where they could feel safe and build a happy life. In 2012, Austin Habitat for Humanity helped make that a reality. Thanks to the generosity of SolarWinds and their volunteers, we came together as a community to build the Loya home in three weeks during our Home for the Holidays BlitzBuild. I always knew this was possible for me and my children. Habitat showed me it was true and restored my faith in people. 6

8 HOME REPAIR HOPE In 2012, Austin Habitat for Humanity celebrated a major accomplishment: our 100th home repair! We worked with David and Zoe to provide much needed repairs on their home, which has been in their family for generations. David works long shifts for the City of Austin Policy Department in inventory management. He and Zoe have been married for 15 years and are helping to raise three grandchildren. In true celebratory fashion, the home repair project kicked off on David s birthday. David told Home Repair Manager, Jesse Porter, that he gets excited driving home every day because I get to see my new windows. Sometimes I just sit and look out of them. It has just been the best birthday gift ever. The new windows, insulation, siding and other weatherization improvements that our Home Repair team made to the house saved David and Zoe $500 on their first monthly utility bill after the repairs. 7

9 Austin Habitat for Humanity began offering home repair services in Most of the families we serve with home repair earn 50 percent or less of the median family income. That s about $36,600 for a family of four. Unfortunately, demand for home repairs is increasing in Austin and we ve increased the number of families we ve served every year of the program. We completed a record 37 home repairs in 2012 for a total of 116 families served through this program to date. As a part of our effort to eliminate sub-standard housing, we partner with low-income homeowners to repair and maintain their homes by tackling projects such as roof repair, siding and trim, gutters, windows and trim, doors, fencing, landscaping, painting, grading, and insulation. Home repair is expensive, and for the 25 percent of Austin homeowners who spend more than 30 percent of their income on housing, it is not an option. Not only is this program a huge benefit to the health and stability of each family served, it is a benefit to the community by keeping our neighborhoods attractive and clean, allowing seniors and the disabled to age in their homes, preventing foreclosure, and revitalizing neighborhoods for future generations. Click to learn more or volunteer on our home repair projects

10 20 YEARS COMMUNITY The ReStore 20th Anniversary celebration welcomed the community for a 20 percent off sale; scavenger hunt; workshops on composting, underground watering systems, and unique uses for cabinetry; chicken coop building competition; and fun for the whole family with jugglers, face painters, and bouncy houses. The Austin ReStore was the very first in the country and quickly became a model for other Habitat affiliates. At the ReStore, we sell new and gently used building and home-improvement materials. This serves a dual purpose, allowing us to divert millions of pounds of waste from our local landfills and generating approximately $500,000 per year to fund our programs. We use the revenue from these sales to build new homes, repair existing homes, and provide homebuyer education. The ReStore had a number of accomplishments in We were awarded the 2012 Envision Central Texas Award for Innovation and celebrated the 20th anniversary of our ReStore. In 2012, the ReStore saved 1,168,875 pounds of refuse from Austin landfills for a total of 14,348,141 pounds (7174 tons) in 20 years. The ReStore has always got something unique and fun in stock. Join us by donating, shopping, or attending one of our special events! 9

11 The Austin Habitat for Humanity helps us build community by Generating revenue that is plugged directly back into Austin Habitat for Humanity programs and services Offering affordably priced and diverse selection of home improvement materials Serving as a community recycling center diverting millions of pounds of excessive dumping from Austin landfills Supporting community development by offering affordable materials, leading educational workshops, and hosting community events Providing worthwhile community service and volunteer opportunities Complementing efforts in Austin to help protect our natural environment and keep our city beautiful Providing meeting space for community gatherings 10

12 LOCAL FOCUS, GLOBAL IMPACT Austin Habitat for Humanity has donated more than $575,000 to Habitat for Humanity affiliates throughout the world to help serve 182 families. After more than 35 years of homebuilding, Habitat for Humanity affiliates all over the globe have served more than 500,000 families with housing solutions. Every day, an estimated 223 families around the world have a better home thanks to the work of Habitat for Humanity, its volunteers and partners. Committed to solving poverty housing, Austin Habitat for Humanity is proud to be a part of positive change locally and globally. More than 1.6 billion people live in substandard housing around the world. By 2030, an additional 3 billion people, about 40 percent of the world s population, will need access to housing. This translates into a demand for 96,150 new affordable units every day and 4,000 every hour. In 1985, the United Nations General Assembly declared the first Monday in October to be World Habitat Day in recognition of the basic need for adequate shelter across the globe. In 2012, World Habitat Day was October 1. To mark the day locally, Austin Habitat for Humanity celebrated the theme Many Homes, One Community and held a sale and family celebration at the ReStore. We act locally and impact globally. 11

13 Austin Habitat for Humanity honored those who serve on 9/11 at the wall-raising of the Akalu family. State Representative Eddie Rodriguez welcomed our Fall sponsors and marked the occasion with a moment of silence together with representatives of the Austin Police Department, volunteers from Fort Hood and Camp Mabry, a number of retired veterans, Austin Habitat staff, Regular Volunteers and new team of AmeriCorps volunteers. A pledge of allegiance captured the patriotic feel of the day before Chaplain (Major) Jeremy Stirm of Camp Mabry led us in a prayer. Reagan High School s Soul Raiders drum line led volunteers to lunch and kept the energy high; the choir sang while volunteers enjoyed barbeque and kept the patriotism in full swing. Together as a community, a diverse group came together with a single purpose of building a home and changing the life of a hardworking Habitat partner family. Austin Habitat for Humanity marked Martin Luther King Day with a critical home repair in the East Cesar Chavez neighborhood. Together with 20 volunteers and leaders from the neighborhood, Austin Habitat for Humanity installed safety railing and painted the home for a deserving family. In partnership with the East Side Garden Exchange, we hosted a workshop on urban gardening to show us how easy, affordable, healthy and green it is to grow fruit and vegetables. 12

14 FINANCIALS ASSETS 15 % 10 % 5 % 4 % 3 %2% 23 % 38 % 6,398,690 38% Mortgages 3,815,201 23% Land Held 2,580,758 15% NMTC JV Investments 1,750,225 10% Cash & Equiv 824,248 5% Construction in Progress 440,883 3% Property & Equip 290,481 2% ReStore Inventory 644,608 4% Other 16,471,278 FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES INCOME 13 % 10 % 2 % 3 % 21 % 4 % 6 % 6 % 84 % 51 % 4,311,472 51% Contributions & Grants 1,723,924 21% Home Sales 1,051,082 13% ReStore 841,860 10% In-kind Contributions 212,601 2% Earned Income 228,660 3% Other Revenue 8,369,599 6,158,867 84% Low-cost Housing Program 476,607 6% ReStore 289,428 4% Fundraising 463,527 6% Management & General 7,388,429 REVENUE 2012 Contributions & Grants 4,311,472 Home Sales 1,723,924 ReStore 1,051,082 In-kind Contributions 841,860 Earned Income 212,601 Other Revenue 228,660 TOTAL 8,369,599 EXPENSES 2012 Low-cost Housing Program 6,158,867 ReStore 476,607 Fundraising 289,428 Management & General 463,527 TOTAL 7,388,429 13

15 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Dr. George Gau, Chair Everett Plante, Vice Chair Robbi Millest, Secretary Sarah Stasney-Chun, Treasurer Joe Arenella Bruce Coleman Mildred Davis Dan Doman Chris Elliott Luke Ellis, Emeritus Mark Hutcheson Mitch Jacobson Nikelle Meade Lana Morris Rep. Eddie Rodriguez Jeff Serra Brian Sharples Judge Eric Shepperd Eric Smith Sherine Thomas Suzanne Weinert 14

16 THANKS TO OUR DONORS We build community by bringing together businesses, faith communities, civic groups, families and individuals. In 2012, we engaged 145 different businesses, 47 faith-based organizations, 45 community and civic groups and 39 schools. $100,000-$250,000 City of Austin $50,000-$99,999 NCB Capital Impact Habitat For Humanity International HomeAway.com, Inc. IBM Employee Giving John Zapp and Melissa Mason-Zapp K&N Management Realty Austin Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Texas Rho Chapter SolarWinds Sonic Healthcare USA, Inc. The Home Depot Foundation Thrivent Financial for Lutherans United Way for Greater Austin $25,000-$49,999 Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas Bank of America Charitable Foundation CenTex Foundation Repair Citi Foundation JPMorgan Chase Foundation Lola Wright Foundation Silicon Labs Wells Fargo Foundation $15,000-$24,999 Dow Kenneth Harvey NeighborWorks/NFMC NF and Mary Tsourmas Charitable Trust State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company Valspar Whirlpool $10,000-$14,999 Centex CDC David Gatchell Emmis Radio (101X) Episcopal Church Of The Good Shepherd Hunter Douglas Jeff and Deanna Serra Kevin Thompson Larry Parks and Pat Love Michael Ryan Monarch Riverbend Church Schroeder Stone Soup Fund Texas Gas Service/OneOK Foundation The ABE Charitable Foundation, Inc. $5,000-$9,999 All Saints Episcopal Applied Materials Brenda Collins Brown McCarroll, L.L.P. Builder Homesite, Inc. Capitol Area Council CB Richard Ellis Inc. Foundation Communities Foundation of Texas Cricket Communications David De Roo Dell Employee Giving Donald D. Hammill Foundation Emmaus Catholic Church Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund First Baptist Church Austin Forestar Genevieve Duncan George Gau Hope Presbyterian Church James and Diane Cano John and Peggy Hintz Joni Templeton Charitable Trust Luke Ellis and Peni Todd National Instruments Employee Giving Sara Harrison St. David s Episcopal Church St. Luke s On The Lake Episcopal Church St. Thomas More Catholic Church St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church Stephen Mercer Steve Shumpert The Color Run LLC The Graham Family Foundation The Northern Trust Company Westlake Hills Presbyterian Church Westlake United Methodist Church $2,500-$4,999 3M Foundation, Inc. Acsension Lutheran Church Alan and Kimberly McCollum Alice Kleberg Reynolds Foundation AMD Foundation American Institute of Architects Ann Swingler Apple Computers Archer Daniel Austin Community Foundation Austin Gay & Lesbian Pride Foundation Charles Schwab Charitable Foundation Church of the Savior Cirrus Logic CoreLogic Dave Chun and Sarah Stasney-Chun W. David Floyd David Bryant Dennis O Brien Doucet & Associates, Inc. Everett Plante Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund First Presbyterian Church Austin Fiserv Solutions Freescale Semiconductor, Inc. Give Realty, Inc. Goldman Sachs Google Matching Gifts Program Hay Compere PLLC Heart Sing IBM Jay Fraley John Manning Kerbey Lane Café, Inc Luminex Corporation Lutheran Community Foundation Mark Hutcheson Michael and Regina Wey North Travis County Chapter Of Thrivent Financial For Lutherans Popp Hutcheson, LLP Redeemer Lutheran Church Reliable Rotary Club of Austin Oak Hill Scott Dukette Silicon Valley Bank Foundation St. Catherine Of Siena Catholic Church St. Matthew s Episcopal Church Texas Gas Service Conservation Program Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation The Abbott Foundation The University of Texas Campus Chapter The Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Foundation TYCO Viking Vivent $1,000-$2,499 Alexander Coke and Mary Yznaga All American Classics, Inc Andrew and Robbi Millest Andrew Bushong Ann Kraatz Arnold Foundation AVP Management Services Benjamin Craig Best Buy Corporation Betty McBride Bradford Family Foundation Brian and Joyce Konigsburg Britton and Elizabeth Read Bruce and Kathryn Coleman Bruce Smith Bryan Sims Burnie, Janet and Jase Burner Carl and Charlene Lemonds Carl and Suzanne Shepherd Carolyn Conn Carrie Nauyalis Cathey Carter Charles Nevill Chevron Humankind Employee Funds Christopher and Tish Elliott Cisco Foundation Clay Levit Combined Federal Campaign Dan and Aysha Doman Daniel Mondrik Daphne Gilbert David Betz David Koonce Diana Dale Simpkins Drew Abercrombie Dubose Family Foundation Eddie, Mary and Michael Mazurek ExxonMobile Foundation EZCORP Foundation Faith Lutheran Church First English Lutheran Church First Evangelical Free Church Friedel Family Foundation Frost National Bank Gary Crum George and Sandy Huber George, Eleanor and Matt Berry Gerard, Barbara and Erin Bula Gethseman Lutheran Church Give Realty, Inc. Global Impact Goodwin & Goodwin Real Estate Harry Lucas Herbert Tays Hewlett-Packard Employee Giving Campaign Highland Park Baptist Church Hope Lutheran Church, School & CDC James and Christine Cowden James and Judith Isaacson James McAlister James Thompson and Kathleen Wilson Jane Kovacs Jeff and Lisa Correll Jennifer Rothfeld Jensen John Jessica Mangrum Jett and Kelly Rink Joe Arenella John Bolanos John H. Hurst John Markese John McCarthy John T. O Neill Kathleen I. Wilson Keith and Sheryl Brown Ken Vanlew Keyes Charitable Trust Kylie E. Keyzer Larry and Mary Faulkner Larry and Sheila Kuehn Louis and Rosanne Lindsey Maker Capital Group Margaret Neale and Alfred Lindahl Mark Muller and Leah Billingsley Melissa Merritt Mike Jurkash Mike Lowey Muhammad Zaman NAMC Auxiliary Nelson and Joan Hyde Pacesetter Homes, LLC Pat Horne and Donita Haden Patricia Plante Patrick Butler Paul Miller Peace Lutheran Church Philip Southwick and Mary Voorhies Qualico Developments, Inc. Ralph Thomas Redfin Corporation Richard and Kelly Weiss Robert and Katie Plunkett Robert Burns Robert Strickland Ronald Massa Rosalynn Tuggle Roseanne Russell Roxanne Elder Ryan Street & Associates Samuel and Marguerite Georgeson Shawn Muncy Shepherd Of The Hills Presbyterian Church Sovereign Bank St. John s Episcopal Church St. Martin s Evangelical Lutheran Church St. Michael s Episcopal Church Ted and Linda Maddry Texas Parents The Finish Line Car Wash Thomas and Julianne Shively Thomas Bentley Ticom Geomatics, Inc. Todd Blomerth and Patti Payne Vertive Wanda Plentl Weekly Family Fund William Cowan Yvonne Suttles austinhabitat.org 310 Comal, Suite 100 Austin, Texas 78702

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