Help Build This Year’s Family Build Home for a Mother of Three
Volunteers are needed to help build this year’s Family Build home for a mother of three who works as a school security officer in Washington, D.C. Family Build, in conjunction with DC Habitat for Humanity, will be conducted from April 24-29 during the NAHB Spring Board of Directors meeting, and members and theirs spouses are encouraged to help for as many days as they can.
This is the second year that NAHB has conducted Family Build. Last year, the Seniors Officers’ wives, several area members and their spouses, a past NAHB CEO and Home Builders Institute Job Corps students helped build four homes in the Washington D.C. suburb of Forest Glen, including a home for the Ovalles family, who helped build their own home.
Transportation will be provided to and from the job site. Lunch and t-shirts will also be provided. No building experience is required. There will be tasks for all job levels, building skills and abilities.
For more information or to volunteer, click here or contact Shari Smith at 800-368-5242 x8308.
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