2022 new construction highlights

families paid off their mortgages

families moved into safe, affordable Milwaukee Habitat Homes

Annual Report idea 2022

children moved into Habitat Homes

Gustice story online version

homeowner spotlight

Achieving the Dream

Sixteen years ago, Allison Trice built a brand-new Habitat home in Milwaukee’s Midtown neighborhood. Becoming a first-time homebuyer is a significant milestone in anyone’s life. In Allison’s, it was the foundation to achieve her personal and professional dreams. Today, Allison is living her dream of owning a BBQ business, "Junior's Smoked BBQ."

a word from our executive director

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Brian Sonderman

Executive Director

Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity

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Rob Myers

Board President ('22)

Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity

The last year has been truly transformational for Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity. And it would not have been possible without you.

You ramped up your volunteer time. You donated more than any other year—and that was before you helped us land our biggest single donation ever. You made the dream of affordable homeownership possible for local families in our community.

The housing crisis facing us is big. But momentum is on our side.

2022 was a year of growth as we emerged from the pandemic and rallied around Habitat’s mission. Together we transformed blocks of empty lots in the Harambee neighborhood into rows of brand-new, affordable homes. Together we preserved homeownership for families in our community in need of critical home repair. And with the support we received from you this year, we’re positioned to do even more.

Thanks to the track record of impact that you’ve made possible, Milwaukee Habitat was blessed with a $5.75M gift from MacKenzie Scott this year. We will leverage this unexpected gift to serve more families.

Frankly, it couldn’t have come at a better time. Housing prices are rising at historic rates during a time when local families had already been struggling. According to a report published in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the amount one needs to earn to afford the median-priced home in Milwaukee rose 47% this year. 

Whether you’re a Habitat homeowner, donor, volunteer, advocate, staff, AmeriCorps member, or community partner—know that your role is essential. Foundational to our mission is bringing people together. Thank you for being a member of this vibrant, big-hearted, and determined Habitat community.


In Partnership,

Brian Signature

Brian Sonderman

Executive Director

critical home repair

At Habitat for Humanity, we believe everyone deserves a decent place to live. In addition to building and selling new and rehabbed homes, we also make critical home repairs for homeowners in the neighborhoods where we build. These repairs include roofs, plumbing, electrical hazards, and more for qualified families.

The program offers a 0% interest loan on repairs, flexible repayment options, and up to 80% of the loan could be forgiven based on income.

families served in 2022


After 11 years of renting her home, Antoinette’s landlord came to her and told her she had one month to move. She was forced to leave the home and neighborhood she’d called home for so many years.

In a wild twist of fate, years after Antoinette was forced out, the owner foreclosed on the home. Antoinette’s children found out, and together, they bought the house where they grew up and gifted it to their mother.

However, the house needed work. It needed a new porch and electrical repairs. Antoinette knew she needed to prioritize these repairs before moving back into the home. That’s when Antoinette called Milwaukee Habitat.

Through the Milwaukee Habitat Critical Home Repair Program, Antoinette is getting electrical repairs and her porch redone with a 0% interest loan and flexible repayment options. Antoinette can now move back home.

thank you 2022 supporters:

Bader Philanthropies, Inc.
Forest County Potawatomi Foundation
Friendship House
Greater Milwaukee Foundation
Habitat for Humanity International
Northwestern Mutual Foundation
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
State of WI Dept. of Health Services
Wells Fargo
Zilber Family Foundation


this year:

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habitual volunteers


Habitual House

Habitual volunteers serve regularly on the construction and deconstruction sites, in our ReStores, in the office, and more. they give their time monthly, weekly, or even multiple times a week.

Our Habitual construction, ReStore, and deconstruction volunteers came together to sponsor a new Habitat house. They raised over $62,000 and volunteered on Priscilla’s home. “It will be a great source of pride to have my own home and land I can pass down,” Priscilla said. “It means freedom and autonomy. It means stability for my daughter so that she can focus on school.”


2022 volunteer awards


The Habitat Welcome Wagon Award recognizes individuals who make Habitat a better place to volunteer. They create an environment of warmth, welcome, and inclusion and help new participants feel like they are part of the team.

Award Winners: Cathy Kosler, Betty Ross, Jim McClure, Megan Olsen, Mary Nash, Marcia Cornnell, Mike Nelson


The Habitat Rookie Volunteer Award recognizes volunteers who are in their first year volunteering and who have already made an outsized impact!

Award Winners: Steve Zickau, Paul DuPont, Kathy Scherkenbach, Bob Johannes, Jeanne Godfrey, Bob Zastrow


The First Responders Award recognizes volunteers who always come through. No job is too tough to handle or request too unusual for these folks.

Award Winners: Barb Kliner, Max Schmiege, Nancy Fennel, Joe Wilhelm, Grace Scherer, Bobb & Jane Cherney


The Faithful Volunteer Award recognizes individuals who offer steady, consistent service to Milwaukee Habitat and because of this wonderful history of service have created a lasting impact on the organization!

Award Winners: Roy Johnson, Pete Boesen, Jim Wagner, Renee Mysliwy, Mac McConnell, Tony Silvia, Don Ellingsen

building globally

Since our founding in 1984, we’ve worked to build safe, affordable homes here in Milwaukee and across the world, believing that distance does not play any role when we want to achieve the common goal of eliminating poverty housing.

In countries around the globe, families are living in desperate conditions. With your support, we’re partnering with Habitat for Humanity affiliates in other countries, donating 10% of our unrestricted funds to ensure even more families have a safe, decent place to sleep at night —a donation known as tithe.

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tithed to our global partners since 1984

tithed to our global partners in 2022

families served globally by home and development projects since 1984

Each year local volunteers travel to build with our global partners. Due to health concerns, those trips were sadly canceled this year. However, you can sign up for info on future trips at: milwaukeehabitat.org/tithe

2022 restore highlights

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$ million

sales by Milwaukee's three ReStores in 2022


pounds of reusable materials diverted from local landfills in 2022

donations made to our ReStores from individuals and businesses in 2022


priced value of materials salvaged by ReStore's Deconstruction Services in 2022

properties serviced by Deconstruction in 2022, including 23 commercial and 104 residential

Deconstructing a Place that Feels like Home

Wendy went to Pottawatomie Girls Camp for 20 years and went from being a camper to camp director. The camp closed and Wendy was able to go back and team up with Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity’s deconstruction team to salvage reusable items from the grounds. She relived memories, while ensuring items from the camp go on to live a second life.



Sargento Celebrates 30 Years of Partnership With Big Surprise for Homeowners

In 1992, Sargento Foods became the first corporate sponsor of Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity and has become the most prolific supporter of our work in Milwaukee’s Washington Park and Midtown neighborhoods. Just before raising the walls to the 34th and 35th Sargento-sponsored homes in Milwaukee this summer, Louie Gentine, Sargento CEO, announced a big surprise for Sargento-Habitat homeowners.

As a show of appreciation for their commitment to the Habitat for Humanity program, Sargento made a special donation to Milwaukee Habitat. The donation will be used to pay one year’s mortgage of the Sargento-Habitat homeowners who still have a mortgage or the 2022 tax bill for the Sargento-Habitat homeowners who have paid off their mortgages. A momentous gesture marking 30 years of partnership!


Tipoff for Homes

As the Official Cheese of the Milwaukee Bucks, Sargento donates $500 to Milwaukee Habitat for every opening tip the Bucks win. Since Tipoff for Homes began in 2019, Sargento has donated $120,000 to Milwaukee Habitat thanks to the Bucks offense.

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Brewers Community Foundation

In May, Brewers Community Foundation, the charitable arm of the Milwaukee Brewers, and Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation teamed up with Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity to begin building a safe, affordable home in Milwaukee’s Harambee neighborhood. Brewers All-Star pitcher Brandon Woodruff joined the Famous Racing Sausages and local volunteers to help build the home.

For more than 15 years, Brewers Community Foundation has partnered with Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity to help local families break down the barriers to first-time homeownership.

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Accunet sponsored a new home for the sixth consecutive year. “Supporting Milwaukee Habitat is a natural fit for any mortgage lender,” said Brian Wickert, Accunet Mortgage President and Chief Honesty Officer. “Accunet’s employees and vendors enjoy swinging hammers and raising walls alongside homeowners. There’s truly no better way to give back and experience true team building!”

Baird 2022
Baird Web Logo

Baird Advisors partnered with Milwaukee Habitat to build a home for Tifhanie and her family. Employees donated funds and volunteered 500 hours. Tifhanie knows it is going to be an emotional experience when she gets her keys. “I’ve always wanted to become a homeowner,” she said. “When that day comes it’s going to be full of joy.”

Bader Philanthropies Logo

Bader’s $1 million gift is helping build and repair 60 homes in Harambee from 2020-2023. Sparkle would have had to sell her home if not for our Critical Home Repair program. “This is a blessing,” she said. “Part of my stress was ‘What am I going to do?’… I’m just happy now that Habitat is on the job, because that part of the stress is over.”

Friendship House Logo

Friendship House’s financial support has helped build, rehab, and repair 35 homes since 2012, including a new home for Joyce. “I was volunteering on a Habitat build with my work,” she said. “When I heard more about [Habitat’s] program, I felt like I might qualify. I can buy a home and save for the future.”


Twenty-seven families have moved into new Habitat homes sponsored by Komatsu and its suppliers since 2011. Total support tops a remarkable $2.3M thanks to a successful employee giving campaign, company match, and an annual supplier golf outing. Employees have volunteered over 12,500 hours – nearly a year and a half on the build site!

Milwaukee Tool Web Logo

Milwaukee Tool sponsored Channel’s house and donated construction site and warehouse tools. Channel is thrilled about building a home her family can call their own. “There’s a lot of people in our community that do not have these resources,” she said. “For Habitat to take the lead and say, ‘We’re right here, all the way through,’ it’s a relief. It’s a huge help.”

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MGIC celebrated a 25-year partnership with Milwaukee Habitat, sponsoring a house for Abraham. Abraham’s 16-year-old son is the last of his children living with him in his one-bedroom rental. When Abraham gets the keys to his new home, it will be a special moment. “I’m going to take my son and we’re going to open that door together,” he said.


A $100,000 grant from the Otto Bremer Trust funded new construction and critical repairs, including for Anthony, whose aging roof was falling apart. He was going to have to make a tough decision: come out of retirement in order to afford repairs, or live with an unsafe roof. “I would have to go back to work to save up to afford that job,” Anthony said, noting that Habitat’s Critical Home Repair program “is a lifesaver.”


Milwaukee Habitat

Women Build

Twenty Women Build teams raised $60,000 and volunteered to build a house for Tat and Naw. Becoming homeowners means having a place their family can count on. With three children, the couple wants to put down roots. “We’re renting right now,” says Naw. “It’ll be more comfortable knowing we’ll have a brand-new home.”


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$545K raised - a new gala record

On October 6, 2022, Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity hosted the annual Framing the Future Gala inside our early 20th century woodshop. The event, which welcomed over 350 in-person and virtual attendees, raised more than $545K to build safe, affordable housing in our city—a new Framing the Future Gala record.

Framing the Future Gala, presented by BMO Harris Bank, is Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity’s largest annual fundraiser. The funds raised are crucial to our work to help local families break down the barriers to first-time homeownership.

Presenting Sponsor

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Challenge Match Sponsor

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building on faith

Danielle Pittman Partnership Agreement

Sister Thea Bowman Milwaukee Catholic House
The 2022 Sister Thea Bowman Milwaukee Catholic House was a collaborative sharing of time, talents, and treasures. Lead gifts from the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Catholic Financial Life, and Family of Four Parishes made this project possible. Additional donations from individuals and parishes helped provide the materials needed to build a brand-new home for Danielle’s family. “I love to cook,” she told us. “Now I’ll be able to have family gatherings – Thanksgiving, Christmas, grandkids’ birthday parties.”

Sr. Thea Bowman, the granddaughter of slaves, was the only African American member of the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration. She transcended racism to leave a lasting mark on US Catholic life in the last half of the 20th century. After a 16-year teaching career, she became a consultant for intercultural awareness. She fought prejudice, suspicion, hatred, and things that drive people apart until her death in 1990. Thank you to the volunteers who helped build this house! It’s an honor to have this house dedicated to her memory.

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Stud signing project: Fun for the whole family
Volunteers of all ages from 20 congregations used their creativity to share inspiration and encouragement with future homeowners. Every decorated board is part of a “hug from the whole community” that fills the walls of new homes with love.


Harambee Prayer Walk
People of faith from five congregations came together in September to pray over the Harambee neighborhood and the new homes being built there. On a sunny Saturday morning, they shared stories of God’s work in their lives. Special thanks to Solomon’s Community Temple UMC for hosting this event.

in-kind partners

Thank you to our in-kind supporters. Their generous donations reduce our construction costs by $10,000 per house and ensure Milwaukee Habitat homes are built with the best products on the market.

In Kind House FY22

special thanks to

  • Milwaukee Tool for warehouse and build-site tools
  • Pick ‘n Save & Metro Market for shopping carts at ReStore
  • Foley & Lardner, Quarles & Brady, and Godfrey & Kahn for pro bono legal services
  • We Energies for wood chips for the build site
  • An anonymous donor whose gift helped purchase trucks and tools
  • An anonymous donor who paid for the installation of air conditioners


2022 Revenue Chart

Home Sales.....................................$3,862,000
ReStore Proceeds........................$3,555,000
Grant Income..................................$1,107,000
Donated Goods & Services.....$480,000
Special Events...............................$734,000


2022 Expense Chart

Management & General....................$563,000
Unrealized Loss on Investments...$580,000

For complete details about Milwaukee Habitat's finances visit: https://milwaukeehabitat.org/about/financials/

2022 Board of Directors

Rob Myers - President
Mortenson Construction
Brian Wickert - Vice President
Accunet Mortgage
Andrea Golvach - Treasurer
Briggs & Stratton
Steve Everett - Secretary
Timber Creek Resource
Matt Barkow
Northwestern Mutual
Mike Boeder
Chorus Community Health Plans
Tyler Dolph
Rocket Clicks
Michael Emem
Emem Group
Johanna Jimenez
Take Root Wisconsin
Terry Kurtenbach
Deloitte (Retired Partner), Community Volunteer

Julie Lee
Foley & Lardner LLP
Dr. Matthew Levy
Children’s Wisconsin
Audrey Morrow
U.S. Bank
Corrie M. Prunuske
Johnson Controls
Jaquilla Ross
Rockwell Automation
Julia Savich
Milwaukee Tool
Noaman Sharief
Dana Investment Advisors
Brie Skolaski
Langston Verdin
City of Milwaukee Health Department
Portia Young
Sargento Foods, Inc.

legacy society

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Members of Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity’s Legacy Society have pledged planned gifts designated in wills, trusts, or retirement plans. Their gifts will ensure families have the security of owning a home for generations to come.

We thank our Legacy Society members:

Lois Bernard
Dennis Cahn
John Danninger
David Feiss & Patricia Hanz
Jan Fox
Ken & Cindy Gear
Nancy Gruner
Debra Hintz*
Bill & Lois Hoover
Donald & Cynthia Jamnik
Daniel Karrels
George Loxton &
Sherry Postma Loxton
James McClure, Jr.


Anne & Terry Neafie
Bonnie Patton
Marceline Roberts
James Schinneller
Max & Debra Schmiege
Dennis Sell
Grace Sherer
Brie Skolaski
John Slater*
David & Valle Sonderman
Lucille Swain
Ann & Greg Van Dunk
Mark Volz
Brian & Rebekah Wickert

If you have designated Milwaukee Habitat in your plans and we have missed your name in error, please call 414-316-5611.

*denotes friends we have recently lost

thank you

Milwaukee Habitat extends its deep gratitude to the following individuals, churches, corporations, foundations, and other organizations making donations of $1,000 and above.*

MacKenzie Scott

Bader Philanthropies, Inc.
City of Milwaukee - Community Development Grants
Habitat for Humanity International - SHOP Funds & other
The Janet M. Buchen Revocable Trust of 1995
State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services -
Lead-Safe Homes Program

Accunet Mortgage / Brian & Rebekah Wickert
Brewers Community Foundation
Fairway Independent Mortgage Co.
Friendship House
Greater Milwaukee Foundation
Otto Bremer Trust
Wells Fargo Housing Foundation

Joseph & Vera Zilber Family Foundation
Sargento Foods

Forest County Potawatomi Foundation
Milwaukee Tool
Northwestern Mutual Foundation
Roller Family Fund through the Greater Milwaukee

Anonymous (2)
Archdiocese of Milwaukee
BMO Harris Bank
Catholic Financial Life
Fiduciary Real Estate Development
First Midwest Bank
Frieda & William Hunt Memorial Trust
GMAR - Greater Milwaukee Association of REALTORS
William & Marian Nasgovitz
Oak Foundation
David & Susan Ogden
Ray & Kay Eckstein Charitable Trust
The Ridge Community Church

Nell Speerschneider
Stormy Hill Foundation
United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County
Wauwatosa Avenue United Methodist Church
Zilber Ltd.

Baird Foundation
City of Milwaukee
Kathleen Davis
Gladys E. Gores Charitable Foundation
Old National Bank Foundation
Warren & Ann Pierson
Schoenleber Foundation
U.S. Bank Foundation
We Energies Foundation

Anonymous (3)
Alvin & Marion Birnschein Foundation
Associated Bank
William & Barbara Boles
Doug & Barb Braun
Crossroads Presbyterian Church
Ken & Cindy Gear
Jeanne Godfrey
Good City Brewing
Habitat 500 - Friends of Donna Kummer
Jane Bradley Pettit Foundation
CJ Kim
Terry & Kristie Kurtenbach
Marsha Ernst Krueger Charitable Fund through the
Greater Milwaukee Foundation
Mary Ellen Nash
Paul & Kathy Oman
Presbytery of Milwaukee
Lynn Riggs
Scott & Sally Swick
Jobi & Abby Wall
Mark & Sally Winkelman

Anon Charitable Trust
Charles D. Jacobus Family Foundation
Cole Family Charities
George & Jill Fahr
William Listwan
Lynch Family Charitable Fund
Mortenson Construction
PNC Foundation
Scot Forge ‡
Philip & Karen Sonderman
Town Bank / Wintrust Mortgage
United Methodist Church of Whitefish Bay
VineBrook Homes

Acuity Insurance
Francisco Aguilar & Betty Ross Aguilar
American Roller Bearing Co.
Lois Bernard
David & Susan Bohl
James & Lisa Borris
Ray & Leah Brandt
Patrick Brown
Meg Dean
The Duback Family Charitable Fund
Jonathan & Debra Eder
Family of Four Parishes
First Weber Group Foundation
Andrea Golvach
Great Midwest Bank
Charles Groeschell
Eric Hansen
Harris Family Dental
Immanuel Presbyterian Church
Johnson Controls
Ted & Mary Kellner
Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
Kloeckner Metals Corp.
Alvin & Kathryn Krug
Lori & Rick Rosmann Foundation
Mainman Family Fund through the Greater Milwaukee
Paul Malik
Mandel Group
Vincent & Janet Martin
The Master Lock Co.
Duane McAllister
Sandra Molenda
Nasgovitz Family Foundation
Peck Foundation Milwaukee
Peter & Linda Hotz Charitable Fund
David & Corrie Prunuske
Rotary Club of Milwaukee
Jay Schwister
Southwestern Manufacturing
Mary Ellen Stanek
Mary Kay Strachota
David & Joan Totten
U.S. Bank
Tim Wallen
Weiss Family Foundation
David & Christina Wickert
William N. & Janice V. Godfrey Family Foundation Trust


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A Gift of Time
A.M. Castle & Co.
Accurate Metal Products
Christopher & Chris Adams
Aldi - Oak Creek Division
American Tank & Fabricating
Rachel Aufforth Johnson
Janet Badura
David Bahl, Jr.
Cassandra Barnard
Eric Berg
Ken & Marti Berg
Karl & Nancy Byleen
Chris & Kelly Calvelli
Diane Carr
John & Jan Carroll
Christ King Catholic Parish
Common Links Construction
Conductix Wampfler
Continental Properties Co.
CoreLogic Solutions
David & Diane Berg Family Charitable Trust
Deb McKeithan-Gebhardt & Jack Gebhardt Charitable Fund
Dorothy Dieter
Daniel Drea & Lynn Boyer Drea
Evan & Marion Helfaer Foundation
Andy Feiring & Florence Steinberger
David Feiss & Patty Hanz
Jerold & Nancy Fennell
Finkl Steel ‡
Michael & Marchella Francis
Gass Turek
General Mills - Milwaukee
Louis & Michele Gentine
Eoin & Megan Gorman
Jason & April Hansen
Marianne Hondel
Johnson Financial Group
Nasir Khan & Jen Cwiklinski
John & Sharon Koeble
Bill & Christie Krugler
LB Steel
Linda J. Diedrich Designated Fund through the Greater
Milwaukee Foundation
Bill & Patty Loris
George Loxton & Sherry Postma Loxton
Carl Mallmann
Matric Group
Meurer Co.

George & Sallie Meyer
Michael Best
Mid Valley Industries
Steven Mielke & Ruth Kallio-Mielke
Morgan Bronze Products
Brian Nelson
The Estate of Eugene Nett
Ernest & Kia Nicolas
Randy & Lynn North
Andy O’Connell
OEM Fabricators
The Panaro Group
Parker Hannifin Corp.
Bonnie Patton
Randy & Janet Peterson
Physicians Realty Trust
PNC Bank
Product Service & Manufacturing
Abhishek Pulakanti
RBC Bearings
Riverside University High School Box City
Matthew & Marianne Robbins
David Roessl
Julia Savich
Jeff Schrom
Scott & Barbara Fleming Charitable Fund
Ronald & Gerri Seiser
Grace Sherer
Shorewest Realtors - Downtown
Brie Skolaski
St. James Catholic Church
Michael Switzenbaum & Gail Schumann
The Timken Co.
Trade Tech ‡
Trinity Episcopal Church
Greg & Ann Van Dunk
Kyle & Anna Veatch
Robert & Ellen Venable
Viking Electric
Weldall Manufacturing
David & Edie Werner
Josh Werner
Wilbert & Genevieve Schauer Foundation
Wimmer Communities
John Wittkowske
Maddie Wittkowske
Womack Machine Supply Co.


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ABB Motors & Mechanical
Inge Adams
Adoration Lutheran Church
Advocate Aurora Health
Albert J. & Flora H. Ellinger Foundation
Alice Ambrowiak
Kevin Anderson
Aqua Fund at Fidelity Charitable
George & Julianne Archibald
Badger Meter Foundation
Matt & Stephanie Barkow
Karen Berry
Fred & Karen Bersch
Annette Beyer-Mears
Timothy & Karen Bleach
Charles Bohl
Thomas & Elissa Bolger
Richard Bradley
Joan Brenk
Douglas & Kathleen Bue
Carlton - Bates Wesco
Mike & Marian Carroll
Catholic Community Foundation
Craig & Diane Cepukenas
Tom Chiapusio
Circle Metal Specialties
Coil Manufacturing
Jim Collins
Kevin Custer
Joe Czechowicz
David & Mel Johnson Fund through the Greater
Milwaukee Foundation
Deep River Partners
Andrew DeGuire & Nikki Sohm DeGuire
Rick & Dixie Deines
Victor & Jean Delisle
Mr. & Mrs. James Dempster
The Denise E. Gallope Charitable Fund
Mary Ross Denison
Gabriel Diederich
Divine Mercy Congregation
Wolfgang & Barbara Dorner
Rob & Elizabeth Draper
Scott Dufek
James & Doris Durdan
Kathy Dwyer
Margaret Edwards
Stewart Edwards & Joanne Danforth
Thomas Ellis
Katie Falk
Iris Farley
Fluid System Components
Chris Fortier
Karlene Fox
James & Akiko Fujimoto
Charles & Patricia Garrigues
GE Foundation
Joseph & Jackie Gessner
Nathaniel Giebel
Janna Goihl
Good Shepherd Catholic Church
Jim & Judy Goodwin
Greater Milwaukee Synod - ELCA
Edward & Roberta Griffith
Gary & Kathy Gwidt
Craig & Kimberly Hahn
Hal & Joyce Kuehl Fund through the Greater
Milwaukee Foundation
Tara Haley
Halvorsen Boiler & Engineering Co.
Nancy Hanks
Richard Harbecke
Jane Harris
Lawrence & Holly Haskin
Andy Heuer & Pairin Hongsoongnern
Dianna Higgins
Margie Hood
Bill & Lois Hoover
Nance Horowitz
Kenton Howenstine
John & Susan Hrobar
Carol Hudson
Theodore & Mary Ellen Humpal
Domnik Israel & Joyce Squire-Israel
JPMorgan Chase Foundation
Kathleen Jacobson
JADCO Manufacturing
Joe & Jody Jakubiak
James & Kathleen McClure Fund
Janice M. Watson & Alfred G. Lustig Fund
Amy Johnson
David & Mary Lee Johnson
Johnson Controls Charity Trust Account
Judith Antoine Shanley Foundation
Bob Kaiser
Darlene Kaminski
Thomas & Jane Kammerait
John Kannenberg & Dave Jacob
Daniel Karrels
Kathleen Karrer
Gloria Katt
Donald Kerber
Robert & Dorothy King
Mike & Maureen Klein
Stephanie Knox
Janice Kohlmann
Kolaga Family Charitable Trust
Bradley Kramer
Joe & Jenna Kroner
Andy & Janet Kurz
Langer Roofing & Sheet Metal
Jeanie Larson

Margaret Layde
Peter Layde & Angela Carollo
Christopher Leadley & Ellen Hing
Jack & Angelica Lee
Robert Lehrmann
The Len & Pat Quadracci Family Fund
Evan Lenhardt & Ginny Finn-Lenhardt
Treva Leupold
Steven & Patricia Lipscomb
Gerald Logemann
Joan Maas
Al Marifke
Cathy Markwiese
Mary Pauly Lacy Foundation
Francis & Rose Mary Matusinec
Daniel & Ada McAdams
Ann McDonald
Guy & Mary Jo McDonald
Mike & Carol McIntyre
Meltric - A Company of Marechal Electric
Michael & JoAnn Culp Youngman Charitable Fund
Megan Miller
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius
Charul Munshi
Rob & Olivia Myers
Terry & Anne Neafie
Nelson Charitable Fund at Schwab Charitable
Bruce Nelson
Sally Jo Nelson
Abby Neuberger
New Berlin Lions Club
William Nicloy
Ogletree Deakins
The Olaf T. Harken Memorial Fund
Layton & Barbara Olsen
Paul & Kristen Ouweneel
George & Carol Patrick
Shirley Patzke
Ron Pawlak
Kate Petrosky
Paul & Casey Pisarzewicz
Ryan Pogodzinski
Trent & Joell Poole
Robert Rayburn
The Robert J. Heideman Charitable Fund
Tim Rudd
Fred & Esther Rusch
Steve & Michelle Russ
Russell Matching Gifts Program
John Schaller
Erik Schleicher
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Schmidt
Heidi Schneider
Konrad Schuettpelz
John Schwab
John & Kelly Seaman
John & Kristi Sebald
Kevin Severs
Siebert Lutheran Foundation
Jeffrey Simmons
Jack Simpson
Thomas & Iphigenia Smith
Timothy & Lisa Smits
Jonathan & Arianna Snodgrass
David Snow
Brian & Mara Sonderman
David & Valle Sonderman
Steve & Colleen Sonderman
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish
St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church
Stalle Realty Group
James & Rosalind Stanke
Judith Stano
Nicholas Stevens
Streich Family Foundation
Jaime Suro
Carolyn Sweers
Taylor Family Charitable Fund
Gordon Tews
David & Judy Thayer
Timber Creek Resource
Usinger Foundation
Voelz-Neall Charitable Fund
W.B.D. Foundation
Rhodes Waite
Andrew Warner & Jay Edmundson
Wauwatosa Rotary Foundation
Wauwatosa Savings & Loan Foundation
Marilyn White
Timothy Wiberg
Wiberg Family Fund through the Greater
Milwaukee Foundation
David Wierdsma
Bill & Meagan Wigchers
Christopher Wilmes
Patrick Wilson
Zaborski Charitable Fund

Thank you to donors who supported our mission via the following:
Community Auctions
Greater Milwaukee Foundation
Habitat for Humanity International - Cars for Homes
Hales Corners Lutheran Church - Welcome Home Basket Collection
Immanuel Presbyterian Church - Alternative Christmas Market
The Interfaith Church Coalition
Jewish Community Foundation
Komatsu - Employee Giving
Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity - Carpenter’s Club
Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity - Employee Giving
Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity - Habitual House
Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity - Women Build
The Presbyterian Coalition
The Ridge Church - Live Big Campaign
Thrivent Choice
Thrivent Faith Build
United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County
Wauwatosa Presbyterian Church - Alternative Christmas

In-kind donations of products and services:
A.O. Smith
Foley & Lardner
Godfrey & Kahn
Johnson Controls
Lannon Stone Products
Master Lock
Milwaukee Tool
Pick ‘n Save and Metro Market
Quarles & Brady
Wago Corporation
We Energies

Special thanks:
Corporation for National & Community Service –

‡ Komatsu Supplier Golf Outing

* Reflects donations from July 1, 2021-June 30, 2022. All effort has been made to ensure accuracy. We apologize for errors or omissions. Contact: Andy Heuer, Development Director, 414-316-5609, aheuer@milwaukeehabitat.org.