Women Build

Women Build

About This Campaign

Habitat for Humanity National Women Build

Sponsored by Lowe's

Annually, more than 13,000 volunteers partner with 300 Habitat for Humanity affiliates across the United States to help build affordable housing in their local communities.

Come help local families in the Roaring Fork Valley achieve their dream of homeownership, through a hand up not a hand out!

Lunch and T-Shirts are provided-fun guaranteed!

Build Sites are in Carbondale and in Silt

Location / Venue

  • Address:
  • 314 Linden Circle
  • Carbondale, Colorado
  • 81623, USA
Habitat for Humanity of the Roaring Fork Valley

Campaign to Support Habitat for Humanity of the Roaring Fork Valley

The Habitat for Humanity of the Roaring Fork Valley provides an option for low income families who otherwise would not be able to afford a simple decent home of their own, using conventional or low interest loans. Homes are sold with an affordable mortgage; monthly payments based on 29% of the household income are paid to Habitat. Monthly mortgage payments go into a revolving "Fund for Humanity" that is used to build more houses. 


Additional funding comes from tax-deductible donations of money and materials. Volunteers provide much of the construction labor, working alongside partner families. Habitat for Humanity is a hand-up not a hand-out. Partner families invest 250 hours of their own labor - sweat equity - into building their home and the homes of others alongside of volunteers and the Habitat construction team. 

As a result, the following program outcomes are produced: • Habitat brings the community of need together with the contributors, supporters, pre-qualified homeowners, and volunteers to build a better community by eliminating poverty housing. • Habitat provides families with a stable and growing base of financial security.• Habitat provides a permanent and lasting solution to a family's housing crisis.  • Habitat for Humanity is a movement of people who build more than houses. By bringing homeowners together with volunteers, donors, community leaders, foundations, churches, and hundreds of other supporters, Habitat builds stable families, safe neighborhoods, and caring communities.• Habitat helps to break the cycle of poverty by giving families the opportunity to become self-sufficient through home-ownership.

Volunteer Participant Hours Pledged
Elayne Turner
Elayne Turner
6
Michele Davies
Michele Davies
13
Tammi Schad
Tammi Schad
6
Bethany Dalessandri
Bethany Dalessandri
6
Alli Shearer
Alli Shearer
6
Natasha Lucero-Conklin
Natasha Lucero-Conklin
6
Xanthe Demas
Xanthe Demas
6
Melissa Atwood
Melissa Atwood
6
Celine Wright
Celine Wright
6
Holly Orr
Holly Orr
6
Holly Potter
Holly Potter
6
Kara Armano
Kara Armano
6
Laura Merino
Laura Merino
6
Elayne Turner
Elayne Turner
6
Amanda Tomkins
Amanda Tomkins
6
Elizabeth Rovira
Elizabeth Rovira
6
Amy French
Amy French
1
Mackenzie Carroll
Mackenzie Carroll
6
Emily Banks
Emily Banks
6
Ondine Wilson
Ondine Wilson
12
Amanda Poindexter
Amanda Poindexter
6
Holly Aloi
Holly Aloi
6
Sarah Meserve
Sarah Meserve
6
Laura Makar
Laura Makar
6
Sarah Schmidt
Sarah Schmidt
6
Erica Golden
Erica Golden
6
Rebecca Braun
Rebecca Braun
12
Rabbit X
Rabbit X
12
Michele Poole
Michele Poole
6
Nikki Allen
Nikki Allen
6
Lorraine Elrod
Lorraine Elrod
7
Clover Rayne
Clover Rayne
6
Bethany Dalessandri
Bethany Dalessandri
6
Paige Littlefair
Paige Littlefair
6
Liz Jeplawy
Liz Jeplawy
6
Madeline Miles
Madeline Miles
6
Madeline Miles
Madeline Miles
6
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