America’s Shrinking Middle Class

Maureen Sedonaen, CEO of Habitat Greater San Francisco was recently featured on America’s Shrinking Middle Class: The Special Report with Areva Martin. During this report, Maureen spoke about housing and the transformative impacts of homeownership. She joined David Madland from the Center for American Progress and Professor Beth Shinn from Vanderbilt University for a lively discussion about affordability, access and equity.

Who We Are

Our Mission

Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco builds and sustains affordable homeownership opportunities for families in Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo counties. Our values focus on building partnerships, equity, stability, and legacy.

  • Partnerships
  • Stability
  • Equity
  • Legacy

What We Do

Habitat’s Heart is in Homebuilding

We build affordable homes for working families earning between 40-80 percent of area median income.

Build Affordable Homes

Habitat’s heart is in homebuilding. Our homes win plaudits for their quality, design and green credentials.

Homeownership Opportunities

We help working families in Greater San Francisco secure stable futures by unlocking the door to homeownership.

Make Critical Home Repairs

We undertake repairs that keep seniors, and others on limited incomes, warm, dry, and safe in their homes.

Revitalize Community Gardens

Communities thrive when their public spaces are well cared-for. Habitat teams beautify green spaces around the area.


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