Team Fundraising Page of NAWIC
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.
raised of $400 goal
About This Event
Treat your loved ones to delicious pie, delightful coffee, and a fashionable new mask this holiday season while supporting great organizations that are building homes, community, hope — and empowerment — in Rochester!
*Orders must be placed by end of day November 3rd.
*Pick-up will be November 19th, 12:00-6:00pm, at the FCHH Office (755 Culver Road. We need all orders picked up during this time, but if you are on your way and running a couple minutes late please call 585-546-1470 to let us know.)
*All pies are frozen this year, bring a cooler!
The "participate as an individual" and "register as a team" buttons are for if you want to set a goal to sell pies and coffee. (Women Build teams should do this to have your sales go to your team goal.)
Anyone can make a purchase, by clicking any of the pie/coffee/mask choices on the right. You will be able to adjust the quantity of each on the next page.
**Coffee from Coffee Connection**
Brewing a Brighter Tomorrow, One Cup, One Woman, One Day at a Time. Coffee Connection is a nonprofit program and business that offers sober support and employment training/creation for women in recovery from addiction and trauma.
**Pies from Special Touch Bakery**
Special Touch Bakery, a non-profit organization whose
primary mission is to provide training and employment, in the community, to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Proceeds from Special Touch Bakery benefit Holy
Childhood, a non-profit, non-denominational agency. Both organizations inspire the lifelong success of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
**Masks printed by Imprintable Solutions**
Imprintable Solutions is a Rochester-based, woman-owned company that produces printed promotional materials and decorated apparel. They are, however, more than a company that prints logos on merchandise. They are printing with a purpose. Their program, called Imprinting Lives, offers internships to at-risk or disconnected youth, age 16 to 24. The interns learn employment skills, build job readiness, develop life skills, and work on their next steps, such as getting a GED or passing a driver’s test. The internships generally last six to nine months.
**WOMEN BUILD TEAMS**
If you don’t see your team, that means you are the first person from your team to register. Please use the register your team option to ensure that your team is credited for your sales. Any individual sales that are not part of a team will be credited to the general Women Build fund.