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Women Build 2024

Raritan Valley Habitat for Humanity Women Build 2024.

Since 1991, Habitat’s Women Build volunteers have come together from all walks of life to build stronger, safer communities. Women Build opportunities are available in this years Raritan Valley Habitat Women Build from 9 AM – 1 PM on Friday, May 3, 2024, and Saturday, May 4, 2024, and any woman or person who wants to learn how to build or repair a home is invited to join. This is the same event on both days, so choose the day that works best for you. No experience is necessary. Volunteers work under the guidance of construction professionals, alongside other volunteers and future Habitat homeowners. Whether you are learning new skills or simply adding a few to your tool belt, this is a rewarding experience for all involved, and it improves the community that you share.

Women Build is a terrific way to involve your friends and family of all ages in crucial work with a lasting impact. You can also come alone and make new friends. The atmosphere is collaborative and friendly!

Location: 285 US HWY 202/206, Bedminster, NJ 07921 

Registration is $50 for either day

T-Shirt, snacks and drinks provided                                                      

Frequently asked questions

Yes, men are welcome. While Women Build is focused on the inclusion of women in the work of building homes, the initiative does not exclude volunteers of any gender or gender identity, nor does it allow discrimination of any kind. Local organizations are encouraged to recruit a diverse volunteer workforce for home builds and virtual engagements.

No experience necessary. Volunteers work under the guidance of construction professionals, alongside other volunteers and future Habitat homeowners. Whether you are learning new skills or simply adding a few to your tool belt, this is a rewarding experience for all involved, and it improves the community that you share.

Our goal is to empower women to help families build strength, stability and independence. At Habitat, we have the ability to provide opportunities for hands-on learning, and, when offered these tools, women can succeed in changing their communities.

Tools - Hardhats, safety glasses, gloves - Safety and task training - Women Build t-shirts - Coffee, water,  and snacks.

Socks! - Long pants (think jeans or Carhartts) - Clothing that you don't mind getting dirty or stained. You're on a construction site, after all! - Dress in layers and according to weather conditions. Be prepared to work outside in any weather! - Bring a hair tie to tie back long hair

Avoid baggy or loose clothing. These can create a safety hazard if they become caught or entangled on structures or equipment.

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