Hard Hats & High Heels at Trebeache
Kicking off Women Build Week 2017 is Habitat’s inaugural women’s empowerment luncheon, Hard Hats & High Heels to be held at Trebeache in Blue Mountain Beach on Friday, May 5 from 11:30am til 1pm. Bringing women together who encourage, elevate, and empower one another in support of Habitat’s mission of safe, affordable housing for all.
Presented by Silver Sands Premium Outlets, this signature Habitat event will bring together a cross section of the Emerald Coast's professional, social, and philanthropic leaders.
Welcomed with a specialty cocktail, ladies will enjoy networking, Construction & Couture photo booth, She Nailed It competition, and A Brush With Kindness silent auction. Pieces from Habitat's ReStore will be repurposed and available for bid by featured designers: Marisol Gullo, 2017 South Walton Artist of the Year, Maxine Organe of Maxine Orange Art & Design, and Jennifer Jones with Compass Builders.
As lunch is served, women will hear from "Who Built You Up?" guest speaker Dr. Kimberly Hood OB/GYN, Habitat women homeowners will share their stories, committee members will recognize dedicated advocates, and the 2017 Power Woman of the Year will be awarded! Submit your nominations for this new recognition by April 24 through waltoncountyhabitat.org.
Join community-minded women for an uplifting afternoon of inspiring energy, heartwarming stories and unifying support to kick-off Women Build Week 2017! For Sponsorship Opportunities, please contact Erin at email@example.com, or call 850-499-1975.
Help us celebrate the many women volunteers and homeowners that pound nails, frame walls, raise roofs and create hope – proving what can be accomplished in the hands of empowered women. Submit your nominations for Power Woman of the Year 2017 by April 24 through waltoncountyhabitat.org.
Full list of Women Build Week events & activities: waltoncountyhabitat.org Volunteer Women Build days can be found here: signup.com/go/Lbk1m3. Join community-minded women for an uplifting afternoon of inspiring energy, heartwarming stories and unifying support to kick-off Women Build Week 2017!
Habitat for Humanity of Walton County: Women Build Week May 5-13, 2017
A National program of Habitat for Humanity sponsored by Lowe’s, Women Build Week brings women together from all walks of life who want to make a profound difference for families in their community with Habitat’s vision of everyone having a safe, affordable place to live.
This year we’ve added more ways for women to come together in the spirit of empowerment and impact. In addition to Women Build days, we’re kicking the week off with a women’s empowerment luncheon, Hard Hats & High Heels. Also new to WBW is Slay + Rosé: Buti Yoga, a healthy way to spend time with girlfriends and sweat with intention.
May 5 Hard Hats & High Heels Luncheon at Trebeache
May 6 Women Build & Lowe's Clinic
May 8 Women Build & Repurpose Project
May 9 Women Build
May 11 Slay + Rose: Buti Yoga
May 13 Women Build
Volunteers at Women Builds will meet the family they are helping, spend time with friends and colleagues, and learn construction skills that are useful in their own homes. This will be exciting work and Habitat Walton County welcomes all beginners and skill levels. Volunteers may work several shifts or just one, and will be trained on the job site. Sign up to volunteer at WaltonCountyHabitat.org.
Habitat for Humanity of Walton County Florida
We build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter.
While the vast majority of Americans feel stable and secure in their current situation, housing insecurity touches nearly half of adults at some point in their lives. More than half of all adults say they have made at least one trade-off in order to cover their rent or mortgage, including cutting back on health care, food, or moving to a less safe neighborhood.
We build because we believe that everyone should have a healthy, affordable place to call home. It is challenging to find affordable housing in Walton County, families partner with us to build better lives for themselves and their children with a decent place to live. http://waltoncountyhabitat.org/
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