Get ready for Women Build 2021! |  May 1-8

Women Build is a community of Seattle-King County women and organizations coming together to empower one another, make an impact, and change lives. The women of King County fund projects, build homes, and revitalize neighborhoods working side-by-side with our homeowners and volunteers.

Thank you to everyone that participated in one or more of our Women Build events this year! Despite the pandemic, we had such an amazing turnout of volunteers and supporters. Thank you all for stepping up to empower women and build an affordable future for families in King County!

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Groups & Sponsorship

Leadership Sponsor $25K

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Launch WB with Kickoff Build (up to 20 spots*)
5 invitations to Women of Impact (WOI)
2 Additional builds to be used within a year
T-shirts and facemasks
Catered Lunch Box will be provided

Movement Sponsor $10K

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1 WB Volunteer Days (up to 10 spots)
1 Additional build to be used within a year
T-shirts and facemasks
Catered Lunch Box will be provided

Empowerment Sponsor $5K

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1 WB Volunteer Day (up to 10 spots)
T-shirts and facemasks
Catered Lunch Box will be provided

Community Sponsor $2.5K

($1K for nonprofit/ civic/ faith groups)

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1 WB Volunteer Day (max 5 for business)
T-shirts and facemasks


What is Women Build?

Women Build is a national program with Habitat for Humanity International that empowers women to help families build strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter.  Habitat for Humanity’s 14th annual National Women Build Week invites women to get involved – devoting at least one day to help build decent and affordable housing in their local communities.  

How does Habitat empower women?

Habitat provides opportunities for hands-on learning, empowering women to succeed in changing their communities. Nationally, over 60% of Habitat homes have women heads-of-household.  Thanks to skills learned while building, these women are better equipped to maintain their homes and gain confidence in their ability to cope with day-to-day situations.

Are men allowed to participate?

Yes, men are welcome. In fact, the future homeowner or part of the training staff may be men. Women Build provides a place for women to learn the skills needed to build a home, but that does not exclude men from participating. We encourage teams to have 51% women (where possible) to meet program requirements.


Thank You to Our 2021 Sponsors!