Become a Sponsor
Work Hard. Team Build.
Invest In Your Community
Build Strong With Us
We partner with companies, faith groups, and other community organizations to build strong families and neighborhoods. We would love for your team to join us!
Habitat families benefit from your generosity, and your organization can benefit from linking itself to one of the most recognized brands, Habitat for Humanity.
Your sponsorship helps families in need of a quality, affordable home. With long-term financial security, families have more to spend on medicine, child care, education, and other essentials. Your support builds strong families and neighborhoods.
Both of our programs offer ways to raise awareness about your organization and allow your members to invest their time in the community.
At the end of the day, you can step back and take a look at the house and see what you accomplished. It’s a great feeling being a part of something so much bigger than yourself.
-Stacy Robinson, Alcon
Build A Home
Our Build A Home Program is the cornerstone of how we build strong families and neighborhoods.
Depending on your level of sponsorship, you have the option to select one or more volunteer days. Your employees or members will have the opportunity to help us build a home.
- Hands-on team building
- No construction experience required
- Training and all equipment provided
- Learn new skills
- Work alongside new homebuyers (depending on schedule)
Preserve A Home
Provide funding to externally rehab a home in a Fort Worth partner neighborhood alongside a homeowner family, volunteers, and our Construction Team.
Projects range from painting to full re-siding and roofing, depending on the scope of work needed on a particular home. Recognition includes name on the house sponsor sign, on the Trinity Habitat website, and in the HabiChat newsletter.
The Home Is Launchpad
Quality, affordable homeownership builds strong families and neighborhoods.
Attend a HabiTour
You’re invited to join us for to learn more about us, meet a family, and tour a home.
Revitalization initiatives in multiple low- to moderate-income census tracts.