Lawrence Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build program empowers women to take action against poverty housing. In honor of National Women Build Week and Mother’s Day, dedicated Women Build volunteers are raising money to go toward the 7th Women Build home in Lawrence, Kan.
Donate for the strong woman in your life by making a donation in her name to go toward the Women Build 2013 home being built for a Lawrence mother and her two daughters.
“Lawrence Habitat for Humanity has made it possible for my dream to finally come true,” said Kamari Logan, the Women Build family partner. “ It’s a blessing for my girls and me. With this house, I have a chance to provide a future and a stable environment for my family.”
National Women Build Week starts May 4 and ends on Mother’s Day, May 12. Your donation builds home and builds women in Lawrence.
About Lawrence Habitat for Humanity:
Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization that works to end poverty housing in partnership with families in need. Families who qualify for a Habitat house are required to perform “sweat equity” in which they contribute labor to the construction of their home and other Habitat activities. Because of volunteer labor and donations from the community, families purchase their homes for the cost of materials with a zero-interest mortgage. Lawrence Habitat for Humanity has been in operation since 1989 and just completed its 81st home.