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Empowering Women and Building Dreams: FAHFH Women's Build 2024

The annual Fayetteville Area Habitat's (FAHFH) Women's Build stands as a beacon of empowerment, community engagement, and service. This year the event’s goal was to empower women and give back through Habitat's mission of building homes, communities, and hope.




Education and Empowerment

Over two enriching days, the Women's Build offered a series of classes open to the public, each one led by inspiring women in the construction industry. These classes covered essential home repairs, from fixing leaky sinks and tackling toilet repairs to basic DIY electrical work and drywall repair. Additionally, participants had the opportunity to attend an Adirondack chair-building class and learn woodworking skills while crafting something beautiful and functional.



Community Support and Gratitude

None of this would have been possible without the generous support of local businesses and sponsors. Miller's Brew provided nourishing breakfasts to kickstart each day of learning, while Romeo's Pizza served up delicious lunches, fueling participants as they honed their skills and connected with fellow community members. Furthermore, the commemorative shirts provided to students served as symbols of appreciation and solidarity, reminding everyone of the collective effort driving Habitat's mission forward.



Hands-On Impact

On Saturday, March 16th, our all-female volunteer group gathered at a future woman-owned home at 317 Maloney Avenue, where FAHFH is constructing multiple homes along Maloney Avenue. Here, volunteers learned how to use power tools safely under the guidance of experienced professionals. Together, they worked on the outer walls of the home, contributing tangible progress towards fulfilling the dreams of future homeowners.





Building Community Connections

The impact of the Women's Build extended far beyond Fayetteville. On Monday, the Adirondack chairs crafted during the classes found new homes with two new Habitat homeowners in Clinton, NC. This act of generosity and connection underscores FAHFH's commitment to not only building homes but also fostering strong community bonds and supporting individuals on their journey toward homeownership.



A Heartfelt Thank You and Invitation

As the Women's Build for 2024 draws to a close, FAHFH extends its heartfelt gratitude to all sponsors, volunteers, and participants who made this event a resounding success. Your support and dedication are instrumental in realizing Habitat's vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live.


Looking ahead, FAHFH invites everyone to join them again next year for another empowering and impactful Women's Build. Together, we can continue to make a difference, one home, one community, and one empowered woman at a time. Thank you for being part of this incredible journey towards building brighter futures for all.

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