March - May 2019
15 teams, 180 Women, 1 Goal of $65,000

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about

Local women join together to build a home for a low-income, hardworking woman in the community and provide exterior landscaping and repair work for local women in our community. 15 teams of 8-12 women will work together to raise $65,000 to support renovation costs for the Women Build house and repairs for local women.  Individuals can participate on select days for $75/ person.

In 2018, our Women Build Teams and Corporate Sponsors collectively raised $40,875 and volunteered over 700 hours to support affordable housing in our community.

join us!

1. Volunteer with us! Reach $75 in donations and build with us during a public volunteer date. Email Leah Borst at lborst@h4h.org to learn more.

2. Gather a group to build! Reach $1,000 in donations and get a closed volunteer day during March – May!

3. Become a sponsor! Become an official Women Build supporter by donating more than $1,000 & get closed volunteer day(s) for your friends, family or employees!

4. Spread the Word! Follow us, tweet us and share our Women Build news. Encourage your friends, family & co-workers to join you, too! Find us @H4HHuronValley


history & national impact

In 1991, a group of women in Charlotte, N.C.,  came together to build a stronger, safer community and completed the first women-built Habitat for Humanity house. With that event, the seeds for Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build program were planted. Habitat for Humanity of Huron Valley participated in its first women build program in 2009 and has been empowering women to address and help solve the housing crises in their own neighborhood.  Since that time Women Build has helped to complete numerous homes for low-income families in Washtenaw County.


Thank you to our 2018 Sponsors

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