Women volunteers representing “The Build Generation” raised their hammers at Habitat for Humanity construction sites across the country in recognition of National Women Build Week, May 5- 13. National Women Build Week is a nationwide initiative of Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build program developed in partnership with Lowe’s.
This year’s theme, “The Build Generation,” reflects the event’s goal to recruit and train women volunteers, as well as welcome the next generation of Habitat Women Builders – young women, ages 18-24 – to support Habitat’s mission to create affordable housing.
In Lincoln on Saturday, May 12th Alice Dittman, retired President and CEO of Cornhusker Bank in Lincoln; Katrina Poppert, 2012 Miss Star City; Lowe’s Heroes and many more women volunteers in Lincoln worked on the Rashidi family’s new home. Lowe’s is providing Lincoln / Lancaster County Habitat for Humanity a $5,000 Lowe’s store gift card, as well as in-store volunteer training, in support of National Women Build Week.
For more information about Habitat for Humanity, call the Habitat office at (402) 477-9184 or visit their website at www.lincolnhabitat.org.
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