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Girls Night Out: Habitat for Humanity

05/02/2016 03:54PM, Published by Jennifer Gonzalez, Categories: Seen at the Scene


Gallery: Girls Night Out: Habitat for Humanity. Photos by Val Morris. [37 Images] Click any image to expand.



On April 28, 2016, more than 50 volunteers joined Fayetteville Area Habitat for Humanity (FAHFH) to frame a house under the lights in a Lowe’s parking lot.

Lowe’s and local Habitat organizations hosted Girls’ Night Out events in 10 cities: Atlanta, Austin, Cincinnati, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Indianapolis, Miami-Ft. Lauderdale, Philadelphia, Fayetteville, San Diego and Seattle-Tacoma.

More than 400 women, including Lowe’s Heroes employee volunteers, will build alongside Habitat homeowner families at the Girls’ Night Out evening build events, helping to kick off Habitat for Humanity’s National Women Build Week.

 Now in its ninth year, Habitat’s National Women Build Week will bring together more than 17,000 women volunteers nationwide from April 30 to May 8 to lend their hands and skills to help 650 families build strength and stability through shelter.


National Women Build Week drives momentum toward the goal Habitat for Humanity and Lowe’s launched this year to help build or repair 1,000 homes by the holidays.

Lowe’s donated $2 million to Habitat’s 2016 National Women Build Week and will provide the support of Lowe’s Heroes employee volunteers to more than 300 Habitat locations hosting National Women Build Week activities this year.

 From April 28-May 31, customers may make donations to Habitat for Humanity in Lowe’s stores in the Cumberland County area. One hundred percent of every donation made in participating stores will benefit Habitat for Humanity and families in our community and across the U.S.




Val Morris


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