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Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County is calling on women to roll up their sleeves and pick up a hammer to build homes for two families and help them realize the dream of homeownership. Women Build is an annual, worldwide event engaging women in an effort to support affordable, quality housing. Your support will significantly impact two mothers in our community, Shaquasha Lane and Elione Volmard, and help build a better life for their families! 

The Lane Family

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"Being accepted into the Habitat program has already changed my life. I have new hopes and dreams for my sons and I am happy I am able to provide them with a stable place to call home.”

Shaquasha Lane and her two sons, Tyler and Giovanni, are natives born and raised in Belle Glade

The Volmard Family

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"My dream for the future is to see my daughter succeed and to continue my education. A Habitat home will help me realize my ultimate dream." 

Elione Volmard is an immigrant from Haiti who has lived in Belle Glade for 21 years with her daughter Solene.  

How to Participate

  1. Register your team!
  2. Fundraise a minimum of $1,500 per team to receive a Team Build date. Individuals can join your team to participate in a Team Build or can support the team's fundraising efforts by donating and sharing the team page. 
  3. Bring your team of up to 15 volunteers out for a build day on a new home construction site or home repair project. 
  4. Help build homes, communities and hope in Palm Beach County! 

Team Builds kickoff on International Women's Day, March 8th, and will be scheduled throughout the month of March. When your team reaches it's fundraising goal, the Habitat team will be in touch to schedule your Team Build. 

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In Support of Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County
Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County partners with families in need to build affordable homes together. Future homeowners will invest a minimum of 400 sweat equity hours of their own labor before being eligible to purchase their home utilizing a 30-year, no profit, no interest loan. With your support, Habitat homeowners achieve the strength, stability and independence they need to build a better life for themselves and for their families.Habitat for Humanity is primarily a volunteer organization. We cover a geographical area from Hypoluxo Road to the Martin County Line; building homes in Lake Worth, Greenacres, Jupiter, Belle Glade, Pahokee, Riviera Beach, Westgate and West Palm Beach.
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