Undaunted.

FY20 ANNUAL REPORT

DEAR HABITAT SUPPORTERS,

When FY20 began, we at Habitat were brimming with excitement and energy about ramping up our homebuilding and repair efforts. They were carefully prepared and coordinated — according to our strategic plan. We were in full swing when…well. By mid-March, 2020, the coronavirus had brought us to a screeching halt. Keeping our staff and supporters safe and healthy was of the utmost importance, so we closed our doors, our stores, and our sites.

Thankfully, construction was categorized as an essential service during the shutdown, and we were able to inch forward, albeit without our dedicated volunteers on the sites. We put new health and safety protocols in place that allowed us to continue work on new Habitat homes in Logan Heights, where we sold the final three homes in the 11-home community in November. In Encinitas, we laid the foundations for two new homes that will be ready for families to move in this year. We were also able to continue some exterior repairs on the homes of our beloved veterans, through our Veteran Home Repair program.

And you found ways to show up. You showed up by writing checks, making masks from Habitat t-shirts, doing data entry from your homes, pivoting with us as we took our events virtual, and in many other creative and thoughtful ways. It is because of your support and our collective passion for serving our future homeowners that this year, we remained…undaunted.

LORI HOLT PFEILER
PRESIDENT/CEO

meet our board of directors
homeownership

Determined.

As most of us stayed home this year in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, we reflect on the fact that not everyone in our community has that same privilege — too many of our neighbors don’t have access to safe, stable homes. The housing crisis in San Diego rages on, and that’s why we remained determined in our efforts to build and sell affordable homes.

14

homes sold

26

adults served

38

children served

5,500

sweat equity hours contributed

$1,103.67

average monthly mortgage payment including taxes and insurance
0
units in pipeline at fiscal year end
18 Escondido
9 Lemon Grove
6 National City
22 San Diego
14 Santee

Determined.

As most of us stayed home this year in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, we reflect on the fact that not everyone in our community has that same privilege — too many of our neighbors don’t have access to safe, stable homes. The housing crisis in San Diego rages on, and that’s why we remained determined in our efforts to build and sell affordable homes.

14

homes sold

26

adults served

38

children served

5,500

sweat equity hours contributed

$1,103.67

average monthly mortgage payment including taxes and insurance
0
units in pipeline at fiscal year end
18 Escondido
9 Lemon Grove
6 National City
22 San Diego
14 Santee
0
units in pipeline at fiscal year end
18 Escondido | 9 Lemon Grove | 6 National City | 22 San Diego | 14 Santee

MEET: Newest Habitat Homeowners

Luis + Angelica
Margaret
Roberto + Isabel
Abdi + Sahra

WATCH: Virtual Home Dedication

WATCH: Home Dedication

While we were unable to hold a traditional home dedication due to COVID-19, we found a virtual way to celebrate the completion of Comm22, our 11-home in Logan Heights.

neighborhood
revitalization

Resolute.

Our neighbors living in unsafe and unhealthy conditions needed us more than ever this year. We were pleased to be able to continue exterior work with our professional construction partners.

12

projects completed:

21

people served

19

veterans served
1 Critical Home Repair
3 Home Preservation
8 VetRepair
volunteers

Steadfast.

Our volunteers are the heart and hands of the Habitat mission. Though we weren’t able to welcome you to our sites for nearly half of the fiscal year, you still racked up some very impressive numbers.

3,629

volunteers

7,571

total shifts

36,471

hours contributed
$0
financial donation equivalent
based on the 2020 estimated value at $28.54/hour

Steadfast.

Our volunteers are the heart and hands of the Habitat mission. Though we weren’t able to welcome you to our sites for nearly half of the fiscal year, you still racked up some very impressive numbers.

3,629

volunteers

7,571

total shifts

36,471

hours contributed
$0
financial donation equivalent
based on the 2020 estimated value at $28.54/hour
$0
financial donation equivalent
based on the 2020 estimated value at $28.54/hour
ReSTORE
ReStore employee smiling at the checkout counter

Resilient.

We launched an online ReStore in record time, and opened our doors as soon as we had proper safety protocols in place. Our customers remained loyal — shopping and donating all at an appropriate 6-foot distance.

4,672

items donated

32,658

miles driven by donation trucks

65,160

purchases

1,439

tonnage diverted from local landfills

top-selling items:

appliances
furniture
lighting
doors + windows

Resilient.

We launched an online ReStore in record time, and opened our doors as soon as we had proper safety protocols in place. Our customers remained loyal — shopping and donating all at an appropriate 6-foot distance.

4,672

items donated

32,658

miles driven by donation trucks

65,160

purchases

1,439

tonnage diverted from local landfills

top-selling items:

appliances
furniture
lighting
doors + windows

top-selling items:

appliances
furniture
lighting
doors + windows
$0
gross sales in FY20
across four locations + online store
$0
gross sales in FY20 across four locations + online store
$0
gross sales in FY20
across four locations + online store

Resilient.

We launched an online ReStore in record time, and opened our doors as soon as we had proper safety protocols in place. Our customers remained loyal — shopping and donating all at an appropriate 6-foot distance.

economic impact

Undeterred.

San Diego Habitat for Humanity makes a tremendous investment in the lives of homeowners, and also beyond the house, in our greater San Diego County community. We spend money on construction materials and other supplies, the businesses we frequent spend money on employees, and finally, those employees spend money in our local economy. This ripple effect infuses cash into our community and multiplies our original investment, generating meaningful impact.

$36,809

in local and state taxes paid through Habitat operations

$1.84

dollars injected into the economy for every dollar invested by Habitat

$13,726,866

in economic impact to our community
$0
in local wages generated through 113 jobs

Undeterred.

San Diego Habitat for Humanity makes a tremendous investment in the lives of homeowners, and also beyond the house, in our greater San Diego County community. We spend money on construction materials and other supplies, the businesses we frequent spend money on employees, and finally, those employees spend money in our local economy. This ripple effect infuses cash into our community and multiplies our original investment, generating meaningful impact.

$36,809

in local and state taxes paid through Habitat operations

$1.84

dollars injected into the economy for every dollar invested by Habitat

$13,726,866

in economic impact to our community
$0
$0
in local wages generated through 113 jobs
in local wages generated through 113 jobs
tithe
Lesotho

Tenacious.

Financial resources were certainly limited this year, but with a global pandemic aflame we knew we had to offer as much help as we could to our international neighbors in dire need. Our tithe contributions have supported the building of homes in Lesotho for several years, and we continued that partnership in 2020.

The Kingdom of Lesotho is a small African country landlocked by the Republic of South Africa, where close to 70% of the population lives in poverty. Read more about Habitat’s efforts in Lesotho here, or view a video about a family Habitat has helped there.

$10,300

tithed

2.3

families served in Lesotho

Financials

Total Support + Revenue

Expenses

Total Support + Revenue $9,960,068
Total Support $3,971,963
Retail Store, Net $1,849,527
Contributions $1,387,166
In-Kind Contributions $235,151
Special Events $89,355
Grants $410,764
Total Revenue $5,988,105
Sales of Homes $5,639,045
Mortgage Loan Discount Amortization $320,587
Investment Income $3,010
Other Income $25,463
Total Expenses $13,223,382
Cost of Homes Sold and Program Support $11,422,863
Management and General $910,750
Fundraising $889,769

Thank you, donors!

$250k+
$100k+
$50k+

Cox
Google
The Home Depot Foundation
Thrivent Builds

$25k+

Encore Capital Group
Mission Federal Credit Union

$10k+

Bank of America
Cali Bamboo
City National Bank
Cymer
Finch, Thornton & Baird
Gerrity Group
Intuit
Kidder Mathews
Midway Foundation
Northrop Grumman
Republic Services
San Diego Gas & Electric
Sempra Energy
TD Ameritrade
Total Traffic & Weather Network
Union Bank
Valspar
WD-40 Company

$2.5k+

Allianz Global Investors Capital
ANT Strategic Communications
BBVA
BluLight
California Credit Union
Cohn Restaurant Group
Corelation
CoreLogic
Dentons
Ferguson Pape Baldwin Architects
Flatiron West
Fortune Builders
Gatto, Pope & Walwick
Geico
Gemological Institute of America
Halozyme
Hensel Phelps Construction
Impac Mortgage Holdings
Insight Global
ISEC
James Hardie Building Products
JPI Companies
JPMorgan Chase
La Jolla Country Day School

Latitude 33 Aviation
Levolor
Lowe’s
MRoland Associates
Pasco Laret Suiter & Associates
RevCult
Russell Cellular
Schneider Electric
Simpson Strong-Tie
Sony Playstation
Standard Industries
State Farm Insurance
Sumitomo Rubber North America
Target
Teague Insurance Agency
The Catholic University Of America
Thornton Tomasetti
Thrivent Financial
T-Mobile
Triumph Capital Partners
Up Time On Time
US Bank
ViaSat
Whirlpool

Allianz Global Investors Capital
ANT Strategic Communications
BBVA
BluLight
California Credit Union
Cohn Restaurant Group
Corelation
CoreLogic
Dentons
Ferguson Pape Baldwin Architects
Flatiron West
Fortune Builders
Gatto, Pope & Walwick
Geico
Gemological Institute of America
Halozyme
Hensel Phelps Construction
Impac Mortgage Holdings
Insight Global
ISEC
James Hardie Building Products
JPI Companies
JPMorgan Chase
La Jolla Country Day School

Latitude 33 Aviation
Levolor
Lowe’s
MRoland Associates
Pasco Laret Suiter & Associates
RevCult
Russell Cellular
Schneider Electric
Simpson Strong-Tie
Sony Playstation
Standard Industries
State Farm Insurance
Sumitomo Rubber North America
Target
Teague Insurance Agency
The Catholic University Of America
Thornton Tomasetti
Thrivent Financial
T-Mobile
Triumph Capital Partners
Up Time On Time
US Bank
ViaSat
Whirlpool