Support Women Build!
Women volunteers partnering with Habitat for Humanity Tucson during National Women Build Week are invited to learn key construction tips during an upcoming how-to clinic hosted by Lowe’s.
The clinics are open to women interested in volunteering at a local Women Build site and will take place at Lowe’s of Tucson at 7105 E. Speedway Blvd.
April 21 at 10:00 am
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About Women Build
Women Build challenges and empowers women from all walks of life to help build affordable homes for hardworking and deserving Tucson families.
Women Build helps women gain confidence and skills, and serve more families. Female crew leaders help oversee the construction out on site and a dedicated team of women help fundraise the full cost of each home.
Every donation makes a difference. Give to Women Build to help build a home in partnership with a hard working, Tucson family. Donate today or make a gift in honor of an important woman in your life. Your support of Habitat Tucson’s Women Build program is tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
How you can help:
Our goal with Women Build is to empower women to help families build strength, stability and independence. We at Habitat have the ability to provide opportunities for hands-on learning, and given these tools, women can succeed in changing their communities.
Women of all skill levels come together to help families in need! Learn More >>
Women Build sponsors are individuals, corporations, faith-based organizations, civic groups, and foundations that contribute to the Women Build home. You and your business could help us build our next home! You’ll also receive the benefits of sponsorship, which include but are not limited to media exposure and recognition of your support and efforts to build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter. Consider funding a home with Habitat Tucson and learn more about the benefits of sponsorship. Learn More >>
Karol lives with her sister in a mobile home, and with Karol and the twin girls, the total occupancy is now seven people. She and the girls are sleeping on an inflatable mattress in a makeshift closet. The neighborhood is unsafe. To Karol, Habitat Tucson represents hope. She sees this as a step forward for all the families. “Everyone at Habitat is encouraging. They never tell me I can’t do something. Karol’s home will be the 17th Women Build Home in Tucson.
Yvonne Falzone was granted the adoption of the two young children whom she had been fostering. Her family was becoming complete.However, they still needed a place to call home. Falzone lived in a cramped two-bedroom apartment with her daughter both young children. Now, she has the keys to a new home that was built in partnership with a community of Women Build donors and volunteers. Falzone’s home is the 16th Women Build Home in Tucson.
Thank you to Women Build sponsors and donors.
Donation in honor of Margarite Welsh
Habitat for Humanity Tucson Women Build Committee:
Kristin Almquist, Betsy Bolding, Margaret Maxwell, Linda Seitz, Jeanne Taylor, Ellen Wheeler, Lynne Wood Dusenberry, Cynthia Wasco