Lincoln/Lancaster County Habitat for Humanity hosted a Lincoln Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting ceremony in May at the 2013 Women Build job site, located at 2739 Starr street, to celebrate National Women Build Week. The home being built at this site is in honor of the former Habitat Executive Director, Nancy Muehling, and will be sold to the Al-Haider family upon completion. Many local women participated in National Women Build Week, which took place May 4-12, and challenges women to devote at least one day to the effort to eliminate poverty housing. The event is an initiative of Habitat for Humanity International Women Build program, which brings women from all walks of life together to learn construction skills and then use those skills to build simple, decent affordable houses.
Lincoln/Lancaster County Habitat for Humanity is a 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit organization dedicated to offering dignity and hope by forming partnerships with low-income families by providing affordable, safe homes.
For more information about Lincoln/Lancaster County Habitat for Humanity, please contact Michelle Williamson at (402) 477-9184 or by email at email@example.com. You can visit their website at www.lincolnhabitat.org.