Nevada County Habitat for Humanity Announce Women Build Together

This post was written by jd on March 29, 2012
Posted Under: Community Events


Nevada County Habitat for Humanity and See Jane Do announce “Women Build Together”! An initiative that empowers women to roll up their sleeves to help solve the poverty housing issue faced by women & children today. Women teams work with experts to learn construction skills and use those skills to build a Habitat home.

See Jane Do’s Soiree into Action events are “Parties with a Purpose” engaging women with networking opportunities and fun filled activities to stimulate action.

To kick off the Habitat for Humanity and See Jane Do partnership, we’re hosting  a Women Build Together Soiree into Action. Come meet other Women Build teams, form your own and connect. Plus, learn do-it-yourself tips and techniques from special guests, Samantha Hinrichs of Mud and Pearls and Monica Hughes of Naked Tree Woodworking.

You are the solution – Take ownership of a major women’s issue and be a role model. Join in the effort to provide affordable housing for local families in need!

Click here to register for this free event. Drinks and appetizers provided.


Thursday, March 29th 2012
6:00pm – 9:00pm
Haven Underground, 226 Broad Street, Nevada City, CA


Register for our “Women Build” event today!

Click here to form a Women Build Team!

For a list of team sponsor levels and to see benefits of joining, click here to view our Women Build 2012 Program Packet
Become a See Jane Do member today!

Nevada County Habitat for Humanity
PO Box 2997
Grass Valley, CA 95945
(530) 274-1951


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