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National Women Build Week is May 8-May 12.

Here in Bremerton, over 100 volunteers will be working at the Whittle Lane West neighborhood. “We are so excited to get back to the Whittle Lane West neighborhood. This is truly the Whittle neighborhood that could”, says Daryl Daugs Executive Director. 
Carl Borg, Executive Director for United Way of Kitsap County, states, “We are proud to partner with Habitat for Humanity of Kitsap County & the Lowe’s Heroes on this project. It aligns perfectly with our mission of fighting for what matters; the health, education, and financial stability for all in Kitsap County.” 
During the week, volunteers will work to construct a 6-bedroom, multi-generational home. Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build empowers women from diverse backgrounds to come together and plan community gardens, build sheds or raise some walls on a home working alongside a family striving for homeownership. Collectively, we are raising hope in our shared community.