For 14 years, Habitat for Humanity Tucson has invited local businesses and volunteers to join us for Building Freedom Day
on Sept. 11.

Building Freedom Day’s roots lie in the tragedy of Sept. 11, 2001. Thanks to the generosity and caring of the Tucson community
it has grown beyond its origin to become a true celebration of the spirit of cooperation and service.

buttonSince 2002, more than 7,300 volunteers have come together to construct 84 Habitat homes at Building Freedom Day. Each volunteer has had a hand in changing the lives of those families forever.

This year, it is also a celebration of the impact Habitat for Humanity Tucson has had during its 35 years of building throughout our community.

On Sept. 11, 2015, Habitat Tucson will raise the walls on four new houses in the Copper Vista II neighborhood – buildings that will become homes for four hard-working families. With these four houses, Habitat Tucson
will have built more than 370 homes throughout Southern Arizona – with many more to come.

“We are so proud that Building Freedom Day has grown to be a symbol of cooperation and service in Tucson,” said
T. VanHook, Chief Executive Director. “We are astounded every year by the outpouring of support we receive, and the hard work and dedication of the volunteers.”

BFD 2014 BofA                  BFD 2014 saw BFD 2104 homeowners

Won’t you show your support for Habitat for Humanity Tucson on Building Freedom Day 2015? Every dollar you donate will help a family earn a new, safe home of their own. Give today to help us give a hand up, not a handout, and make Tucson a better place for all of us to live.

For sponsorship opportunities please contact Brooke Sanders-Silverman for questions at brookess@habitattucson.org
or (520) 326-1217, ext. 211.

For media inquiries please contact Laura Sanchez at lauras@habitatucson.org or (520) 326-1217, ext. 213.


Thank you to our sponsors!