Women Build

Senator Debbie Regala, her daughter, and granddaughter work on a Women Build project at our Ainsworth Vista neighborhood.

Women Build empowers women volunteers by teaching them how to build homes, bringing together women from all walks of life to actively address the need for simple, decent, affordable housing in our community.

Nationally, more than 60% of Habitat for Humanity’s houses are built with women heads of household. Due to the training they receive as part of building their Habitat home, they are better equipped to maintain their homes and, consequently, are more confident in their ability to cope with day-to-day situations.

TPC Habitat for Humanity has built five houses specifically as part of Women Build, and continues to conduct special Women Build projects throughout the year.

2014 Women Build dates:

Saturday, April 5
Saturday, May 10
Wednesday, July 16 - Saturday, July 19

To participate, simply attend a new volunteer orientation and then sign up on VolunteerUp for the Women Build date(s) of your choice.

If you have additional questions about Women Build, please contact Volunteer Services.