Habitat Greater San Francisco Board Announcement


Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco Announces New Board Leadership and Welcomes New Members to its Board of Directors

Press Release

KPIX Covers Redwood City Home Dedication

NEWS | SEPT 10, 2022

Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco welcomed new homeowners at 612 Jefferson Avenue, Redwood City. KPIX was there to cover the celebration.

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KGO, KTVU, and KRON cover #WellsFargoBuilds

NEWS | SEPT 1, 2022

Habitat Greater San Francisco hosted a group of Wells Fargo volunteers to help build the affordable homes at our Amber Drive construction site, as part of their long-term relationship with Habitat.

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$6.75m donation covered by Bay Area and national media

NEWS | MARCH 22, 2022

Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott’s incredible $6.75 million donation to Habitat GSF was featured by KTVU, KGO, KNTV, Bloomberg and many other outlets.


Time to speed up affordable housing approvals

NEWS | AUG 10, 2022

Habitat Greater San Francisco CEO Maureen Sedonaen writes in the San Francisco Examiner about delays in approving affordable housing in the city and makes the case for #AffordableHomesNow.


Maureen Sedonaen speaks for AB 2445 in Sacramento

MEDIA | APRIL 18, 2022

CEO of Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco Maureen Sedonaen testifies in Sacramento for AB 2445 which would reduce the number of affordable home projects blocked by frivolous environmental lawsuits.


SF Mayor visits Habitat GSF groundbreaking

NEWS | MAY 19, 2021

Mayor London Breed spoke at the groundbreaking of our latest project in the heart of San Francisco – KGO cameras covered the event.

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How to ignite an engine of affordable homebuilding

NEWS | JUNE 6, 2020

Habitat sets out how California can ignite an engine of affordable homebuilding in the years ahead: from curbing CEQA abuse to lowering impact fees charged by municipalities.


Habitat speaks out against CEQA abuse in SF Business Times

NEWS | SEPT 27, 2018

Maureen Sedonaen speaks out in a San Francisco Business Times guest column on the abuse of the California Environmental Quality Act to stop affordable homebuilding – including one of Habitat’s own projects.


Habitat backs 'Yes in God's Back Yard' housing plan

NEWS | JULY 13, 2020

In this San Francisco chronicle op-ed, Habitat GSF CEO Maureen Sedonaen backs proposals from state senator Scott Wiener to make it easier for faith groups to build affordable homes on their own land.


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