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Women Build 2021 - Fundraising for our 17th house!

Women Build 2021 - Fundraising for our 17th house!
Women Build 2021 is here! Find your team, or create a new team to help us raise the $75,000 needed to build our 17th Women Build house!

Don't have a team, but want to get started? SAWS2 is welcoming new team members!

Not sure about how big of a goal to set? We recommend starting with a goal of $200 as an individual (or $200 per person on your team). This is an attainable goal for most people and many will beat their goal, adding to the enthusiasm and momentum!

Additional questions? Email ​rocwomenbuild@gmail.com

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raised of $75,000 goal
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Flower City Habitat for Humanity
In Support of Flower City Habitat for Humanity
People in our community, and all over the world, partner with Habitat for Humanity to build or improve a place they can call home. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage. With our help, Habitat homeowners achieve the strength, stability, and self-reliance they need to build a better life for themselves and their families.

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  • Apron with Red Hats on Purple Background, donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2

     

    Apron with Red Hats on Purple Background, donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2 Valued at $15 Starting bid: $5 Almost too pretty to wear!

    $5.00
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    1634043228
    500
  • Baby Hat and Booties, donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2

     

    Baby Hat and Booties, donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2 Valued at $15 Starting bid: $5 What newborn would not be extra cherished wearing this set?

    $15.00
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    1634043648
    1500
  • Ceramic Sunflower Bowl, made by Donna H. Perry, member of CarpentHERS

     

    Ceramic Sunflower Bowl, made by Donna H. Perry, member of CarpentHERS Valued at $35 Starting bid: $10 This piece will add a fine touch to your décor.

    $50.00
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    1634044032
    5000
  • Child’s hat: pink with heart

     

    Child’s hat: pink with heart Valued at $10 Starting bid: $5 Some little girl would look adorable in this lovely hat.

    $15.00
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    1634043182
    1500
  • Concrete Bird Bath made by Arlene Meyer, member of CarpentHERS

     

    Concrete Bird Bath made by Arlene Meyer, member of CarpentHERS Valued at $75 Starting bid: $20 Six leaves were cast in concrete to make this distinctive bird bath. I measures 16 “ diameter and is 16” tall with the hanger, which is included.

    $500.00
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    1634044593
    50000
  • Concrete Sunflower made by Pam Cooper, member of CarpentHERS

     

    Concrete Sunflower made by Pam Cooper, member of CarpentHERS Value at $50 Starting bid: $20 This beautiful cast concrete sunflower will be a lovely addition to any garden. The item is 14” wide and 16” long and includes the hanger.

    $70.00
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    1634044633
    7000
    5
  • Crocheted bowl caddy

     

    Crocheted bowl caddy Valued at $20 starting bid: $5 Put this in a place where you can drop your keys or your phone or the remotes for the TB

    $20.00
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    1633976885
    2000
  • Crocheted Pot Holders and Dish Towels with Crocheted hangers made by Joanne Palermo, member of CarpentHERS

     

    Crocheted Pot Holders and Dish Towels with Crocheted hangers made by Joanne Palermo, member of CarpentHERS Valued at $10 Starting bid: $5 These items were made with love for just the right bidder!

    $10.00
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    1634044673
    1000
  • Crocheted shawl, turquoise and white donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2

     

    Crocheted shawl, turquoise and white donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2 Valued at $25 Starting bid: $10 If you like purple, you’ll love this shawl!

    $25.00
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    1634044123
    2500
    1
  • Double-Sided Easel made by Pamela Bradley, member of SAWS2

     

    Double-Sided Easel made by Pamela Bradley, member of SAWS2 Valued at $100 Starting bid: $20 Made for a beloved grandniece and grandnephew who outgrew it, this easel is a black board and a magnetic board. No magnets included. Each side is independently adjustable in height.

    $25.00
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    1634044549
    2500
  • Hat: blue gray/gray/black

     

    Hat: blue gray/gray/black “Ugly But Warm” Crocheted hat made by Melody Reynolds, member of SAWS2 Valued at $20 starting bid: $5 The name of this hat comes from the pattern used to make it. Machine wash and dry.

    $5.00
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    1633448031
    500
  • Hat: gold/red multi/ gold

     

    Hat: gold/red multi/ gold “Ugly But Warm” Crocheted hat made by Melody Reynolds, member of SAWS2 Valued at $20 starting bid: $5 The name of this hat comes from the pattern used to make it. Machine wash and dry.

    $5.00
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    1633448170
    500
  • Hat: gray/red/gray

     

    Hat: gray/red/gray “Ugly But Warm” Crocheted hat made by Melody Reynolds, member of SAWS2 Valued at $20 starting bid: $5 The name of this hat comes from the pattern used to make it. Machine wash and dry.

    $10.00
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    1633448085
    1000
  • Hat: green and heathered green

     

    Hat: green and heathered green “Ugly But Warm” Crocheted hat made by Melody Reynolds, member of SAWS2 Valued at $20 starting bid: $5 The name of this hat comes from the pattern used to make it. Machine wash and dry.

    $5.00
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    1633976069
    500
  • Hat: pink

     

    Hat: pink Valued at $20 starting bid: $5 The name of this hat comes from the pattern used to make it. It is anything but ugly. Machine wash and dry.

    $0.00
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    1633976495
    0
  • Hat: pink with flared brim

     

    Hat: pink with flared brim Valued at $24 Starting bid: $5 The brim and shape of this hat make it attractive.

    $0.00
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    1633976680
    0
  • Hat purples in diagonal stripes

     

    Hat purples in diagonal stripes Valued at $20 starting bid: $5 The name of this hat comes from the pattern used to make it. It is anything but ugly. Machine wash and dry.

    $5.00
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    1633976640
    500
  • Hat: purple with heathered purple

     

    Hat: purple with heathered purple “Ugly But Warm” Crocheted hat made by Melody Reynolds, member of SAWS2 Valued at $20 starting bid: $5 The name of this hat comes from the pattern used to make it But it is anything but ugly.. Machine wash and dry.

    $6.00
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    1633976356
    600
  • Hat: rainbow/white multi

     

    Hat: rainbow/white multi “Ugly But Warm” Crocheted hat made by Melody Reynolds, member of SAWS2 Valued at $20 starting bid: $5 The name of this hat comes from the pattern used to make it. Machine wash and dry.

    $25.00
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    1633975948
    2500
  • Hat: solid green with flared brim

     

    Hat: solid green with flared brim Valued at $24 Starting bid: $5 The brim and shape of this hat make it attractive.

    $10.00
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    1633976723
    1000
  • Hat: solid red

     

    Hat: solid red “Ugly But Warm” Crocheted hat made by Melody Reynolds, member of SAWS2 Valued at $20 starting bid: $5 The name of this hat comes from the pattern used to make it. Machine wash and dry.

    $5.00
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    1633976769
    500
  • Hat: turquoise multi

     

    Hat: turquoise multi “Ugly But Warm” Crocheted hat made by Melody Reynolds, member of SAWS2 Valued at $20 starting bid: $5 The name of this hat comes from the pattern used to make it. Machine wash and dry.

    $5.00
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    1633448127
    500
  • Hat: Turquoise orange/green/ purple

     

    Hat: Turquoise orange/green/ purple “Ugly But Warm” Crocheted hat made by Melody Reynolds, member of SAWS2 Valued at $20 starting bid: $5 The name of this hat comes from the pattern used to make it. Machine wash and dry.

    $5.00
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    1633447773
    500
  • Hat: turquoise/pale blue/ blue multi

     

    Hat: turquoise/pale blue/ blue multi Valued at $20 starting bid: $5 The name of this hat comes from the pattern used to make it. It is anything but ugly. Machine wash and dry.

    $5.00
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    1633976596
    500
  • Hat: yellow/green/yellow

     

    Hat: yellow/green/yellow Valued at $20 starting bid: $5 The name of this hat comes from the pattern used to make it. It is anything but ugly. Machine wash and dry.

    $5.00
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    1633976549
    500
  • Lap Robe, donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2

     

    Lap Robe, donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2 Valued at $30 Starting bid $10 It even looks warm.

    $20.00
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    1634044230
    2000
  • Large flower hammer made by Pamela Bradley

     

    Large flower hammer made by Pamela Bradley Valued at $50 starting bid: $10 This 16-ounce hammer is decorated with flowers and covered with four coats of polyurethane for protection.

    $50.00
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    1634042699
    5000
  • Mittens by Donna Bour-Purdy, member of SAWS2

     

    Mittens by Donna Bour-Purdy, member of SAWS2 Valued at $25 Starting bid: $5 Your hands will stay nice and toasty with these unique mittens fashioned from old sweaters. The button detail makes them even more sophisticated.

    $35.00
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    1634044447
    3500
  • Mittens, by Donna Bour-Purdy, member of SAWS2

     

    Mittens, by Donna Bour-Purdy, member of SAWS2 Valued at $25 Starting bid: $5 Not only are they warm, but they are also sophisticated with their button detail. These mittens were made from old sweaters.

    $30.00
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    1634044488
    3000
  • Open weave shawl donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2

     

    Open weave shawl donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2 Valued at $30 Starting bid: $10 Quite fashionable with its light-as-air appearance.

    $10.00
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    1634043939
    1000
  • Pair of bowl cozies, made by Laurie Riley, member of SAWS2

     

    Pair of bowl cozies, made by Laurie Riley, member of SAWS2 Valued at $20 Starting bid: $6 These fabric cozies are 100% cotton so they are safe for the microwave oven and they are reversible. Put your bowl in a cozy and heat up the food. You won’t need pot holders. Machine wash...

    $10.00
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    1634042935
    1000
  • Pair of bowl cozies, made by Laurie Riley, member of SAWS2

     

    Pair of bowl cozies, made by Laurie Riley, member of SAWS2 Valued at $20 Starting bid: $6 These fabric cozies are 100% cotton so they are safe for the microwave oven and they are reversible. Put your bowl in a cozy and heat up the food. You won’t need pot holders. Machine wash...

    $20.00
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    1634043030
    2000
  • Pair of bowl cozies, made by Laurie Riley, member of SAWS2

     

    Pair of bowl cozies, made by Laurie Riley, member of SAWS2 Valued at $20 Starting bid: $6 These fabric cozies are 100% cotton so they are safe for the microwave oven and they are reversible. Put your bowl in a cozy and heat up the food. You won’t need pot holders. Machine wash...

    $20.00
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    1634042981
    2000
  • Pair of bowl cozies, made by Laurie Riley, member of SAWS2

     

    Pair of bowl cozies, made by Laurie Riley, member of SAWS2 Valued at $20 Starting bid: $6 These fabric cozies are 100% cotton so they are safe for the microwave oven and they are reversible. Put your bowl in a cozy and heat up the food. You won’t need pot holders. Machine wash...

    $10.00
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    1634043074
    1000
  • Pair of bowl cozies, made by Laurie Riley, member of SAWS2

     

    Pair of bowl cozies, made by Laurie Riley, member of SAWS2 Valued at $20 Starting bid: $6 These fabric cozies are 100% cotton so they are safe for the microwave oven and they are reversible. Put your bowl in a cozy and heat up the food. You won’t need pot holders. Machine wash...

    $20.00
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    1634042897
    2000
  • Pair of bowl cozies, made by Laurie Riley, member of SAWS2

     

    Pair of bowl cozies, made by Laurie Riley, member of SAWS2 Valued at $20 Starting bid: $6 These fabric cozies are 100% cotton so they are safe for the microwave oven and they are reversible. Put your bowl in a cozy and heat up the food. You won’t need pot holders. Machine wash...

    $10.00
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    1634042854
    1000
  • Quilted table runner donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2

     

    Quilted table runner donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2 Valued at: $15 Starting bid: $5 Finely crafted to add a nice touch to your dining table or other surface

    $20.00
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    1634043983
    2000
  • Red Scarf, donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2

     

    Red Scarf, donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2 Valued at $10 Starting bid: $5 This narrow scarf will be a nice accent with a winter jacket or coat.

    $10.00
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    1634043695
    1000
  • Red “Twisted” Scarf, donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2

     

    Red “Twisted” Scarf, donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2 Valued at $12 Starting bid: $5 What flair you will exhibit while wearing this fanciful scarf!

    $0.00
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    1634043777
    0
  • Scarf and Gloves, donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2

     

    Scarf and Gloves, donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2 Valued at $12 Starting bid: $5 The red and black yarn used to make these gloves is delightfully soft.

    $10.00
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    1634043130
    1000
  • Scarf in Magenta, Gray, Black and White, donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2

     

    Scarf in Magenta, Gray, Black and White, donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2 Valued at $25 Starting bid: $5 This long, rectangular scarf will add a colorful touch to your wardrobe.

    $5.00
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    1634044271
    500
  • Shawl: blue, green, yellow donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2

     

    Shawl: blue, green, yellow donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2 Valued at $35 Starting bid: $10 The colors in this shawl will make people notice.

    $10.00
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    1634044359
    1000
  • Shawl: blues and purples, ruffles donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2

     

    Shawl: blues and purples, ruffles donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2 Valued at $30 Starting bid: $10 The ruffles make this lovely shawl special.

    $10.00
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    1634044315
    1000
  • Shawl: purple and off-white donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2

     

    Shawl: purple and off-white donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2 Valued at $35 Starting bid: $10 This magnificent shawl was made with a variety of stitches, creating a striking appearance.

    $10.00
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    1634044407
    1000
  • Small hammer: gray and black with turquoise accents by Pamela Bradley

     

    Small hammer: gray and black with turquoise accents by Pamela Bradley Valued at $40 starting bid: $10 This ten-ounce hammer is best used for hanging pictures, etc. Not heavy enough to framing a Women Build house! Decorated in a sophisticated design of black and gray with turquoi...

    $10.00
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    1634042785
    1000
  • Small hammer: orange with red medallions by Pamela Bradley

     

    Small hammer: orange with red medallions by Pamela Bradley Valued at $40 starting bid: $10 This smaller hammer (10 ounces) is decorated with acrylic paint covered in four coats of polyurethane. Good for hanging pictures but not heavy enough for framing a house.

    $10.00
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    1634042746
    1000
  • Triangular Shawl in Gray and White, donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2

     

    Triangular Shawl in Gray and White, donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWS2 Valued at $30 Starting bid: $10 The shape of this shawl will look do nice draped down your back.

    $10.00
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    1634044171
    1000
  • White hooded baby sweater donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWSs

     

    White hooded baby sweater donated by Carol Turkett, member of SAWSs Valued at $35 Starting bid: $10 This beautiful sweater was made with love and feels wonderfully soft.

    $10.00
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    1634043825
    1000
  • Women Build Hammer with quotes made by Pamela Bradley

     

    Women Build Hammer with quotes made by Pamela Bradley Valued at $40 Starting bid: $10 Support Women Build with a hammer covered in quotes from famous women like Susan G. Anthony and others. This collage and paint decoration is protected by four coats of polyurethane.

    $55.00
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    1633976925
    5500
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    2. Julie Giron
      Julie Giron gave a $52.44 donation to support Ronay LeBlanc of SAWS2
      5 months ago · Like
    3. An anonymous donation of $600 has been made to support Charles Whitfield
      Thank you for all of your help on the house this year, Chuck!
      5 months ago · Like
    4. Pam Cooper
      Pam Cooper gave a $52.44 donation to support Donna Perry of The CarpentHers
      5 months ago · Like
    5. Dulcy Lecour
      Dulcy Lecour gave a $208.86 donation to support SAWS2
      Dedication In Honor of: Pamela Bradley
      This donation is to honor Pamela and Jim Bradley for their dedication to Women Build. In addition, this donation honors the hard work of the SAWS2 team. What an amazing group of people!
      5 months ago · Like
    6. Melody Reynolds
      Melody Reynolds gave a $104.58 donation to support SAWS2
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    7. Karin Manning
      Karin Manning gave a $104.58 donation to support Karen Robbins of SAWS2
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    8. Donna Bour-Purdy
      Donna Bour-Purdy gave a $459.13 donation to support Donna Bour-Purdy of SAWS2
      Thanks to my friend Jeanne Pigage who helped sell the last batch of 2021 mittens!
      6 months ago · Like
    9. Suzzane Garrison
      Suzzane Garrison gave a $104.58 donation to support Suzzane Garrison of SAWS2
      6 months ago · Like
    10. Jo Ellen Quint
      Jo Ellen Quint gave a $104.58 donation to support Donna Bour-Purdy of SAWS2
      Virginia Mittens from Judy Taylor's Sister :)
      6 months ago · Like
    11. Brittany Murphy
      Brittany Murphy gave a donation to support SWBR WBuilders
      Thanks to everyone who donated to our Halloween fundraiser! :)
      6 months ago · Like
    12. Virginia Grover
      Virginia Grover gave a $52.44 donation to support Pamela Bradley of SAWS2
      A thank you to Laurie and Pam for the cozies.
      6 months ago · Like
    13. Marietta Smithrand
      Marietta Smithrand gave a $100 donation to support Marietta Smith of First American ROCS the Build
      6 months ago · Like
    14. SWBR
      SWBR gave a $250 donation to support SWBR WBuilders
      Dedication In Honor of: WBuilders SWBR
      2021 WForum donation to WBuilders
      7 months ago · Like
    15. Wendy Cornell
      Wendy Cornell gave a $10 donation
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    16. Laurie Riley
      Laurie Riley gave a $5 donation
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    17. Linda Hasman-williams
      Linda Hasman-williams gave a $20 donation
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    18. Linda Hasman-williams
      Linda Hasman-williams gave a $10 donation
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      Gerri Johnson gave a $50 donation
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      Suzzane Garrison gave a $5 donation
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      Suzzane Garrison gave a $5 donation
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    26. Wendy Cornell
      Wendy Cornell gave a $10 donation
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      Wendy Cornell gave a $10 donation
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      Wendy Cornell gave a $10 donation
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    SAWS2

    Carolyn Whitfield

    SAWS2 is an open team of women from all walks of life. We enjoy learning together as we build. We are proud to help raise the funds needed for the Women Build house, too! This is our 11th year as Women Build team. Join us as we work to improve our community, one family and one home at a time!

    $50,571 RAISED (505%)
    27
    Participants

    Lowe's

    Ken H Braley

    “Lowe’s involvement with Women Build is much more than a financial arrangement—it is a reflection of our commitment to address the nationwide issue of substandard housing. We are helping to build homes everyone can take pride in—our employees, the volunteers, the partner families and the communities.” — Larry Stone, chairman of Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation.

    $5,000 RAISED (100%)
    0
    Participants

    The CarpentHers

    Donna Perry

    Working together to support the goal that safe, affordable housing is available to everyone!

    $4,693 RAISED (234%)
    11
    Participants

    First American ROCS the Build

    Claire Haen

    $4,265 RAISED (85%)
    45
    Participants

    M&N Tough as Nails

    Janice Embury

    $3,185 RAISED (63%)
    16
    Participants

    Calico Hammers

    kim pandina

    We are a group of women from a variety of places whom have work together for several years build homes and help the Women build project.

    $2,776 RAISED (185%)
    3
    Participants

    LaBella Associates

    Jen Gillen

    $2,545 RAISED (127%)
    11
    Participants

    SWBR WBuilders

    Brittany Murphy

    SWBR WBuilders is a team of women who are passionate about helping to build homes for families in need. We believe that access to safe and affordable housing is imperative. Since our team is made up of professionals working in the architecture/construction industry, ‘building’ is right up our alley!

    $2,089 RAISED (104%)
    10
    Participants

    NAWIC

    Jennifer Hungate

    NAWIC is an international association of women employed in many facets of the construction industry, which promotes that industry and supports the advancement of women within it. Our members include but are not limited to, Architects, Lawyers, Administrators, Trades People, Contractors, and Suppliers.

    $1,164 RAISED (116%)
    1
    Participant

    L3Harris

    Ken H Braley

    In a fast moving and increasingly complex world, L3Harris is anticipating and rapidly responding to challenges with agile technology – creating a safer world and more secure future.

    $1,050 RAISED (105%)
    0
    Participants

    Nimble Nailers

    Theresa LaMena Richardson

    We are a team of strong women who want to build and lift other women to their best selves and succeed in all ways possible. This starts with a safe home and stable foundation to grow on.

    $630 RAISED (63%)
    2
    Participants

    SPX Flow WeROC

    Jennifer Palmer

    We are the women Empower group at SPX Flow with a mission to cultivate an inclusive environment that supports and encourages women to advance their skills and leadership potential. We are looking to expand our company outreach into the Rochester community while empowering our women to be their best selves!

    $259 RAISED (129%)
    11
    Participants

    Hammer Time

    Beth Burchill

    $0 RAISED (0%)
    1
    Participant
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      1 pound box of 16-penny nails (please note all donation tiers are "example" items, all donations to this campaign will be used to cover all costs for the Women Build house)

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      $15

      One 4x8 foot sheet of drywall - OR - One box of drywall screws for attaching it.

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      $25

      Personal Protective Equipment for 6 volunteers

      27
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      $50

      Bundle of roofing shingles

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      $75

      One section of porch railing kit.

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      Framing materials for a 12-foot outside wall

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      $375

      Insulated Concrete Forms for basement walls, bundle of 20

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      Vinyl plank flooring, room

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