Women Build

National Women Build Week - May 2016

Women Build is a Habitat for Humanity program that empowers women volunteers by teaching them how to build homes.

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

"To all of the donors and volunteers who took time from their days to help us... We are so thankful!" ~ Deanna Stephens (2015 Women Build homeowner)

Women Build 2016

Thank you to everyone that came out to support Women Build days this year! Look for more Women Build dates in the near future.

There is no fee to participate, though you do need to attend a New Volunteer Orientation prior to your first time volunteering. 

Click here to be added to the Women Build mailing list.

Your support is needed!

Women Build has a goal of building one home per year in Pierce County. Here are some ways you can help:

Make a one-time gift - Select 'Women Build' as the designation

Women Build fundraising team - Sponsor a participant or join the team and earn fun rewards

Thank you Women Build groups!

A special thank you to these groups who participated in Women Build 2015: