Building Women and Dreams

Habitat has announced the launch of their 100 Women for Habitat event: Building Women and Dreams. Partnering with 1450 Marketing Collective, Habitat for Humanity will bring together local women of this community for an evening of inspiration as they conclude 2016’s 100 Women for Habitat fundraiser. This event, lead by Michele Charles Gustafson, is $25 a ticket (or a table of 8 for $200), and is open to the public. To learn more about the event itself or to purchase tickets, please CLICK HERE.

Building Women Dreams

100 Women for Habitat 2016 Announced

Habitat looks to purchase land and is requesting donations through 100 Women for Habitat. Their annual event is held each spring/summer where 100 Women from the Lloydminster community come to support via fundraising for this cause. Each person who signs up is required to fundraise or donate on their own time in a fun and unique way. For fundraising ideas, please contact us. We’d love to help inspire you!

A few changes to the event will take place this year to adjust for today’s environment & increase connection amongst women in the community. For further details, please stay posted. We’ll be announcing details on our website, and through social media.

Every dollar raised for this will go towards supporting future construction in Lloydminster.
To sign up, please complete the form below, or email us directly at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

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Canada Builds Volunteers

Habitat for Humanity Lloydminster has played host to 3 Canada Builds Teams since June. The first team of volunteers that arrived in June made history as the first Canada Builds team to build on a Habitat project that is being constructed on reserve land. The Elders Lodge project is an integrated build project that will see 10 units built to better suit the lifestyle of the Elders. The homes that the Elders will move out of will be retrofitted and young aboriginal families will realize their dream of homeownership.

It was not all work, the teams were able to take part in the fair, the chuckwagons and many cultural activites through out their stay.

The 4th Team from led by Karen Sturnick from Washington arrived August 30. The team members came from all across the USA to volunteer on the Elders Lodge Project.

Locally we have had volunteers from the Church of Latter Day Saints and Lakeland College Real Estate Appraisal class volunteer.

If you are interested in volunteering on the Elders Lodge Project please contact Marie McCullum 306-304-7172 or Angela McKenzie 587-789-1455

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