National Women Build Week
Habitat for Humanity’s National Women Build Week is an annual weeklong event created by Habitat’s Women Build program in partnership with Lowe’s. The program invites women to devote at least one day to help families build strength, stability and independence through housing. The week is meant to spotlight the homeownership challenges faced by women.
National Women Build Week is held the week leading up to Mother’s Day with Lowe’s generously donating nearly $2 million dollars and volunteer support. Hosting the event during this week reinforces the message that every woman can make a difference through learning and using construction skills. More than 98,000 women from all 50 states have volunteered at the nine previous National Women Build Week events.
In addition to the financial and volunteer support, local Habitat organizations and Lowe’s offer how-to clinics to help prepare volunteers for the build site.
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Women Build in the news
Read stories of women around the U.S. that have been helped by the Habitat for Humanity Women Build program, as well as stories of those that have volunteered to help.
- Women empowering women and their families
- Thousands of women build up communities and each other with Habitat for Humanity and Lowe’s
- Habitat for Humanity, Lowe’s and 17,000 women build with 650 families during Habitat’s National Women Build Week
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This year, 300 communities in 49 states will participate in National Women Build Week to help create a world where everyone has a decent place to live.
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Valuable support from Lowe’s
Lowe’s, a Fortune 50 home improvement company, has a 50-year legacy of supporting the communities it serves through programs that focus on K-12 public education and community improvement projects. Since 2007, Lowe’s and the Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation together have contributed more than $250 million to these efforts, and for more than two decades Lowe’s Heroes employee volunteers have donated their time to make our communities better places to live. To learn more, visit Lowe’s Open House digital newsroom or follow @LowesMedia on Twitter.
National Women Build Week is grateful for the generous support of Lowe’s.