As the holiday spirit fills our houses and cities, Architecture for Humanity's end of year campaign "What do you see?" is of special significance: Given the post-Superstorm Sandy devastation that is still affecting so many on the eastern sea board as we head into this winter season, Architecture for Humanity wants to learn how people there envisioned the rebuilding of their communities.
Provided space for 66,230 additional people to live, work, heal, and play in structures designed, built, or funded by Architecture for Humanity
Responded to and started the 5-point long-term reconstruction plan - in collaboration with their partners at the AIA and elsewhere - to address the needs of thousands on the East Coast who experienced first hand the devastation of Hurricane Sandy
Completed the construction of 24 community-focused projects in 14 countries including schools, clinics, housing infrastructure and sports-community centers
Funded the work of 33 design professionals in 17 different countries to collaborate on year-long community-based architecture projects
Solicited 148 innovative proposals from around the world to revitalize decommissioned military bases and chose 13 winners to exhibit at the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale
Shared the humanitarian design work of more than 100 organizations from around the world in a comprehensive reference book called Design Like You Give a Damn 
Provided the forum for more than 250 design professionals to share innovative ideas at AfH's third annual humanitarian design conference: Design Like You Give a Damn: LIVE!
Continued the important work they do for their partners in the US, Haiti, Africa, and Japan.