has the power to build stronger communities
Every woman can make an impact
Women Build is a national initiative to engage women in the effort to provide safe and decent homes for families in need of affordable housing. By recruiting, educating and inspiring women to build, they can transform lives in their communities.
Over the years, Habitat Greensboro’s Women Build has partnered with six families to build strength and stability for children and their parents through local fundraising and volunteer efforts.
Every donation builds a foundation for a stronger future
Together, we will raise $85,000 to transform raw materials into a new home that will empower our Women Build family for generations.
- Lead a Team: Gather your friends and colleagues to set a goal, fundraise, and then volunteer. Take Girls’ Night to the next level!
- Individual donors: Every donation makes a difference and no donation is too small. Donations of $50 or more receive a Women Build 2021 t-shirt.
- Sponsorship: Women Build sponsorship opportunities are an easy way to engage your business in local, life changing impact.
Earn cool swag
- $50 raised – Women Build 2021 t-shirt
- $250 raised – Women Build 2021 t-shirt, Build Day Registration, and a Pink Hammer
- $500 raised – Women Build 2021 t-shirt, Build Day Registration, Pink Hammer, and a Pink Hard Hat
Thank you to our Women Build 2021 Sponsors
Dawn S. Chaney Foundation
Muslims of the Triad
Walls and Windows Sponsors
Erickson Advisors | Islamic Center of the Triad
Front Door Sponsors
Anonymous | Calvary Christian Center | CBRE – Triad | LMS | Mt. Pisgah UMC | Piedmont Triad Commercial Real Estate Women | Window Works Studio
Meet our 2021 Women Build Future Homeowner
What are you most excited about for your new home? It is a question we often ask the children of our future homeowners here at Habitat Greensboro. The answers typically range from having their own room to having a yard where they can play. But for Tamieka’s 16-year-old son Christian, the answer was a bit different – he is most excited about how homeownership will impact the family’s finances and the money that his mom will save each month.
Tamieka has made goal setting and stability a priority and has shared this with her two children, who are learning from their mother’s example. In addition to pursuing homeownership, Tamieka is also completing a Sociology degree with a minor in Psychology at Guilford College while working full-time and monitoring remote learning for Christian and his 9-year-old brother Cameron.
Tamieka is extremely excited to provide the stability of a home for her children and to pursue her passion for gardening in her own yard. And Cameron? In typical 9-year-old fashion, he’s excited about having more space and playing in the backyard!