Habitat for Humanity's International Women Build Week has been a huge success and it is not over yet!
Join us for this virutal event via Facebook on Monday, March 15th at 10:00am as we officially welcome Brittany Satterwhite and her three daughters...HOME! Following the home dedication ceremony, we will provide a home tour.
We asked Brittany what she looks forward to the most in owning her own home. What do the girls look forward to?
She said, "I look forward to adding my own touch to the house. Being able to choose the shingles, siding, doors, countertops, lighting, etc. has been a lot of fun. I will finally be able to decorate my house the way I want. I can’t wait to landscape the outside and have a nice yard for the girls to play in, a spot where we can just relax outside and enjoy each other’s company and a garden/flower area for girls to grow their favorite things. The girls can’t wait to decorate their own bedrooms. They have big dreams of building treehouses, forts, having a trampoline and swimming pool outside. They can’t wait to invite friends over and make lots of new memories! So many endless possibilities they will have."
Please note, this event is not open to the public but we would love to "see" you on Facebook as we broadcast live.
TO RSVP for this virutal event, click HERE.
If you missed our Women Build Panel Discussion, you can watch the replay by clicking on the image below. Thank you to our panel - Susan Garrett, Ida Rukavina, Cristen Insitti, Jennifer Hoffman, Jackie Prescott and Marnie Maki for having this important conversation about housing equity and the impacts of affordable housing on families and communities.
If you missed Marnie Maki's interview with partner family, Abbie Moberg, you can watch the replay by clicking the image below. At the end of their visit, Marnie takes you a tour of this rehab project in Hibbing. Thank you Abbie for sharing your story with us!
Habitat for Humanity’s International Women Build Week is an annual weeklong event created by Habitat’s Women Build program
in partnership with Lowe’s
. Since 1991, Women Build volunteers from all walks of life have come together to build stronger, safer communities.
Lowe’s has contributed more than $78 million to Habitat for Humanity International, including underwriting the Women Build program
, International Women Build Week and sponsoring Habitat’s Neighborhood Revitalization program
. Additionally, Lowe’s Heroes have volunteered at home builds for more than 17,000 Habitat families around the country.
We are grateful for the generous support of Lowe’s.