Save the Date: August 17th to August 21st
Since 1991, Habitat for Humanity has hosted an annual Women Build. Women Build opportunities are available across the United States. These builds bring women in the community together to promote the involvement of women in the construction industry while helping Habitat partner families get one step closer to homeownership. The Women Build works to recruit, nurture, and train women in construction. This is an opportunity for women to proactively engage, and make a tangible impact in Sheridan County. In a collaborative and friendly atmosphere this build sends the positive and powerful message of, "women helping women."
Anyone (16+) is invited to participate, no previous construction experience or knowledge is required. Volunteers will work along side a professional construction supervisor, and Habitat partner families. Sign up as an individual, or create a team of up to five. Volunteer groups will be capped at five individuals per morning and afternoon shift.
COVID precautions will be taken. Please do not volunteer if you are sick.
Are you ready to build with us?
Participants are encouraged to raise $100, however, any donation is welcome. All proceeds directly benefit Habitat programs in Sheridan. Funds are due by the end of the build day
Morning Build Session
9:00am - Registration begins
9:30am - Welcome & safety briefing
9:45am - 11:45 am Lets build!
Afternoon Build Session
12:00pm - Registration begins
12:30pm - Welcome & safety briefing
12:45pm - Construction begins!
3:00pm - Cleanup & conclusion
When registering, teams/individuals will choose which day of the week they wish to participate, and if they prefer to build in the morning or afternoon. Remember spots are limited to 1 team or 5 people total per slot!
**Schedule is subject to change**
*COVID-19 Safety Guidelines: (all safety precautions are subject to change based on CDC recommendations and guidelines)
- 5 Volunteers per shift
- Maintain Social distancing
- Bring your own lunch
- Wash your hand upon arrival
- If you have recently travelled outside of the state, or feel ill PLEASE stay home!
**While HFHEB is doing everything we can to provide and maintain a clean, sanitary job site, we cannot completely eliminate the risk of exposure to volunteers. All participants volunteer at their own risk.**