Women Build - Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento
National Women Build Week 2017
What is National Women Build Week?
Women Build is an exciting Habitat for Humanity Program made possible through Lowe’s that challenges women from all walks of life to learn construction skills and put them to use building Hope and Homes.
National Women Build Week is held the week leading up to Mother’s Day in 300 communities across the United States. More than 80,000 women from all 50 states have volunteered at the eight previous Women Build Week Events. This will be Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento’s 9th year participating in Women Build Week and we will be hosting 100 women throughout the 4 days of construction.
No Experience Necessary –Training is Provided. If you don’t have any construction skills, don’t worry! Many women come to Women Build sites with no construction skills at all and still make a great impact. So come out and learn a new skill or put your current skills to use!
How to Participate
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento will host our Annual Women Build Week May 10-13, 2017.
Registration is $75 and includes participation for one day of building, lunch, and a Women Build t-shirt. Spots are limited to the first 100 women to sign-up. Must be at least 18-years of age to participate. Click HERE to register.
The West Sacramento Lowe’s will be hosting an optional training clinic on May 5th from 11:30am-1:00pm for those interested in learning and practicing new skills prior to the build day. T-Shirts for registered participants will be available for pick-up at the clinic.
Questions about Women Build? Contact Laine Himmelmann at LHimmelmann@HabitatGreaterSac.org