Habitat For Humanity of Ann Arbor hosts “Women Build”

. April 28, 2017.
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Habitat For Humanity of Ann Arbor will host “Women Build,” May 12-14. The weekend long experience is an opportunity for women who want to learn how to build to take a proactive step in serving the community by gaining some of the skills necessary to build a home. All tools are provided and no skills are required! The work days are 9 am-4 pm.

Part of Habitat for Humanity’s effort to empower women and their families, multiple opportunities are available for involvement including becoming a fundraiser, participating in a build, and sponsorship.

May 12-14 | 9 am-4 pm
$100 ($150/pair)

(734) 882-2004 | h4h.org/womenbuild

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