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Corporate Involvement: The added value of partnering with Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity invites corporations to join us in the mission to eliminate poverty housing from the world. A growing number of corporate partners build with us or invest resources into creating simple, decent and affordable homes where they are sorely needed...It is your chance to show that you stand for more than profit--an opportunity to give back to communities you work in and see tangible results for your efforts...Your financial contribution will not only help build a home for a family in need but will continue through generations of homeowners...For more information on starting a partnership with HFH, [contact details here]...[subsections include: *Invest in Habitat for Humanity; *Corporate Quotes; *Partners in Europe (which include: ABN AMRO Bank, Adobe, AEGON, Cazenove, Centex/Fairclough Homes, Cisco Systems, Citigroup, Computer Associates, Credit Suisse First Boston, DOW Chemicals, DRA Associates, First Trust Bank [part of Allied Irish Banks], Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Goldman Sachs, Heinz Foundation, JP Morgan Chase, Knauf Gips, Lafarge Group, Larsen Associates, Lexmark, Mustard Seed Foundation, NHBC, Norman Emerson & Sons, Northern Bank, Opel/GMAC, PMI Mortgage Insurance, Stiho, The Body Shop (part of L'Oréal), Ulster Garden Villages, United Airlines, Wavin, Western Geco, Whirlpool Europe, Xella (YTONG)]