Get Involved – Your Organization Can Make a Difference
You know that design matters. Help us prove it. Give designers in your firm the opportunity to apply their design skills to achieve immense social impact. Your participation can:
- Generate excitement and commitment to drive retention and recruitment
- Demonstrate the importance of design and designers to clients and the design community
- Expose designers to new projects types and markets that expand skills
- Enable your team to share work, gain recognition, and benefit others through the Open Architecture Network
End of Year Giving & Employee Contribution Matching
Support projects that bring sustainable prosperity to communities throughout the world. Over 85% of donations are directed toward design and construction of innovative solutions. By giving to Architecture for Humanity as part of an end of the year giving campaign your firm can help us continue to bring design services to those in need. Get your employees involved by pledging to match their donations.
Sponsor A Designer
Whether rebuilding safer homes in East Biloxi, Mississippi, for residents displaced by Hurricane Katrina, or constructing a community center in India that uses solar power and rainwater collection to support the local economy, our talented and dedicated design fellows collaborate with communities to develop thoughtful, innovative design solutions to address urgent needs. Sponsoring a designer enables the realization of projects around the world from rough sketches to construction.
Mentor A Designer
Use your firms expertise to bring innovative solutions to communities in need. There are many ways to mentor a designer, from providing access to materials to reviewing designs, use your firms skills to empower communities around the world.
Donate on Behalf of Your Clients or Employees
Demonstrate your shared commitment to social responsibility and sustainable design. A holiday tribute to your valued clients and hard-working employees takes on added meaning when it includes a gift to Architecture for Humanity in their names.
Sponsor the Open Architecture Network
The Open Architecture Network is the first platform to offer architectural plans and drawings freely on the web. The site is also home to our annual design challenges. Next year’s challenge: to rethink portable classrooms. More than six million children in the U.S. alone spend the better part of their days in portable classrooms.