It's no wonder that Charlie Tygard continues to fight for Habitat in Metro Council. Their brand name has been working for him for a long time.
- Sending $50,000 tax dollars to Habitat for a council "bonding" experience while running for Vice Mayor
- Using Habitat for Humanity's brand name as a tacit endorsement for Tygard's campaign for an at-Large Council seat
- Promising during his last campaign to continue to send Metro tax dollars to private non-profits like Habitat for Humanity