BUILD-PAC Recognizes Fundraising Leaders


The pandemic made fundraising a challenge for BUILD-PAC, NAHB’s political action committee dedicated to electing the most qualified pro-housing, pro-business candidates to federal office. Yet thanks to the unwavering commitment of the Board of Trustees who encouraged its fellow NAHB members to invest in their business, BUILD-PAC raised over $3 million in the 2019-2020 election cycle.

The BUILD-PAC Fundraising Awards recognize the states and individuals who went above and beyond during the 2019-2020 election cycle. Thank you to all those who spent countless time and efforts to support BUILD-PAC.

2020 BUILD-PAC Champions

Each Champion raised at least $10,000 in new money for BUILD-PAC. They recruited brand new contributors or upgraded current contributors to join the fight for housing and help strengthen housing’s voice in Washington.

  • Will Cooper Jr.
  • Kevin Woodward

Trustee and State Awards

  • Top Fundraising State – Texas
  • Top Fundraising State by Membership – Connecticut
  • Top Recruiter of the Cycle – Kevin Woodward
  • Top Fundraiser of the Cycle – Will Cooper Jr.

State Fundraising

  • State exceeds goal by the highest percentage – Connecticut
  • State raised most new money at an event – California
  • State with most increase in participation – Wisconsin
  • State with most increase in percentage of receipts – Mississippi
  • Event with highest number of contributors – Connecticut
  • Event raising most money – Connecticut
  • State with most new high donors – Tennessee
  • State with most new donors at a single fundraising event – Georgia
  • State with most new donors – Florida

Council and Committee Fundraising

  • Council and Committees with 100% participation:

Association Planning

Budget + Finance

Federal Government Affairs



Professional Women in Building

  • Committee raising the most money over the cycle – Federal Government Affairs Committee
  • Council BOT raising the most money over the cycle – Multifamily Council Board of Trustees

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