Financial Impact

We're proud of our excellent fundraising abilities. However, what's even more important than the money we raise is what we do with it. We are extremely careful with the dollars you have entrusted to our care.

For more information about our financial history and spending, please review the Form 990s posted below. We invite you to read them all to learn more about us and the work we do, and to become inspired to share in our promise.

Form 990 Parent Return 2007

Form 990 Parent Return 2008

Form 990 Parent Return 2009

Form 990 Parent Return 2010

Form 990 Parent Return 2011

Form 990 Parent Return 2012



Annual Report 2013

2013 Annual Report


2011 Annual Report

Homeowner Survey Report

This report presents the results from the 2013 Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity Homeowner Survey. During the summer of 2013, we surveyed our Partner Families (1,204 Habitat homeowners) about their experiences with Dallas Habitat and with homeownership. Our goal was to better understand the Dallas Habitat Homeownership Program from the homebuyer’s perspective and to evaluate the impact of the program.
Download a copy of the reports by clicking on one of the links below:
Full Version of the Homeowner Survey Report 2013
Executive Summary of the Homeowner Survey Report 2013

Blight Study

In a study commissioned by Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity, University of North Texas researchers have identified the most blighted areas of Dallas using a newly created “composite blight index” measurement tool. The study found that high blight areas are a drain on the City’s resources and budget dollars.

Download a copy of the report by clicking one the links below:
Full Version of the Blight Study
Abridged Version of the Blight Study
Executive Summary of the Blight Study

Blight to Light Forum
As a result of the blight study Dallas Habitat decided now is the time to have a conversation about blight because it directly affects our families and our neighborhoods.

Dallas Habitat, University of North Texas researchers, City of Dallas officials and community leaders gathered together on August, 29th to discuss how we can best tackle the problems of blight in the city of Dallas.

Video of the Event

Part 1: Features opening remarks from Bill Hall, CEO of Dallas Habitat and Mike Rawlings, City of Dallas Mayor. Watch Now

Part 2: Features UNT Dean Thomas Evanson, Lisa Dicke, Professor UNT, Simon A. Andrew, Ph.D., UNT, Sudha Arlikatti, Ph.D. UNT and Hee Soun Jang, Ph.D., UNT. Watch Now
Part 3: Features the Community Blight Panel Discussion moderated by Tod Robberson, Editorial Writer, Dallas Morning News. Blight Panel: Maureen Milligan, Dallas Assistant City Attorney, Community Advocacy Division, Jimmy Martin, City of Dallas, Code Compliance, Adam McGough, City of Dallas, Chief of Strategic Initiatives, GrowSouth, Ken Smith, Revitalize South Dallas Coalition, Gary Griffith, Safer Dallas/Economic Partners Investing in Communities (EPIC). Watch Now
Part 4: Q & A with the Community Blight Panel Watch Now
Videos Courtesy of Andy Post Productions.

Event Presentations
Blight Study Introduction and Panel discussion with University of North Texas -
Power Point Slides
Community Blight Panel Discussion -
Power Point Slides

Community Impact Report

The Community Impact Report provides a snapshot of Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity’s work in six Dallas neighborhoods.  Although these neighborhoods represent just a portion of our work in more than 20 neighborhoods, they reflect the many ways in which we transform communities.

Download a copy of the report by clicking the link below:

Full Version of the Community Impact Report

Economic Impact Study

As Dallas Habitat works to accomplish its mission, it also generates millions of dollars of economic activity and supports hundreds of local jobs. An economic impact analysis conducted under the auspices of the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University (SMU) looked beyond how Habitat affects individuals and examined its impact on the region. Conducted in the summer and fall of 2010, the study used an input-output model that tracks how spending flows through the region. Dallas Habitat’s direct spending generates spending by firms and individuals, multiplying the impact of its activities.

Download a copy of the report by clicking the link below:

Full Version of the Economic Impact study

Our Impact and Stewardship
  • Habitat for Humanity is the eighth largest builder in the U.S. and Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity is the largest nonprofit builder of single-family homes in the City of Dallas.
  • THE WALL STREET JOURNAL recently highlighted Dallas Habitat’s low foreclosure rate and concluded that large mortgage banks “could learn from Habitat’s business model.”
  • Dallas Habitat homeowners earn less than 60% of the area median income and purchase their homes at below-market prices using an interest-free loan offered by Dallas Habitat after completing “sweat equity” hours.
  • Dallas Habitat has invested over $140 million in our communities in Dallas County.  We expect to invest $100 million between 2010-2014 and serve 1000 families.
  • Dallas Habitat homeowners pay about $2 million dollars in property taxes in Dallas County each year.
  • SMU Cox School of Business 2010 economic impact study found that each dollar invested by Dallas Habitat generates $3.18 of local economic activity.
  • Dallas Habitat homes are built to LEED standards.  An EPA study found that Habitat homes save approximately 1 ton of CO2 air pollution per year, per home (based on energy consumption of up to 22% below code).
  • Dallas Habitat engages community members.  Volunteers contribute over 90,000 volunteer hours annually.
  • Our Brush With Kindness Program repairs owner-occupied homes of low-income
    residents living in our communities.  The typical homeowner earns $1,063 per month (24% AMI).
  • In Dallas Habitat communities, crime drops an average of 39%.  Children of homeowners are 20% more likely to graduate from high school and 116% more likely to graduate from college. *This statistic is based on 6 neighborhoods where Dallas Habitat was actively building from 2005-2011.