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[Video] Introducing Cassie Hawrysh: Women Build Ambassador

Posted by Lisa Hallet on Mar 22, 2017, 9:18:10 AM


Cassie is one of six Calgary women stepping forward to advocate for the need for affordable housing in our city

Right now, more than 4,000 people are on the waitlist for social housing in Calgary. Our city is expensive, and women and children are the populations most likely to be affected by unstable living conditions.

Cassie, along with five other local women, has taken on the role of Women Build Ambassador, to mobilize the community to address the need for affordable housing through Habitat for Humanity's Women Build

For Cassie, being part of Women Build is about taking control of our journey and our life. Watch her story to see what inspired her to become an Ambassador.

 

 

Meet all six Women Build Ambassadors


What is Women Build?

We’ve set aside six days this May exclusively for women to fundraise and build Habitat for Humanity homes with in the northeast community of Pineridge. 

You'll work alongside experienced Crew Leaders, other Women Build participants and future Habitat homeowners.Whether you’re learning new skills or simply adding a few to your tool belt, this is a rewarding experience, and improves the communities that we all share.

Come with a team or come alone and make new friends. The atmosphere is welcoming, inviting, collaborative and friendly. Space is filling up quickly! Learn more about Women Build and how you can get involved.

 

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Why do you build?

When we work together, we're building strength, stability and independence for families through affordable home ownership, but we all have a different story behind why we build.

Submit your story and photo and tell us why Women Build matters to you. You could be featured in an upcoming blog and Habitat social post!

 

Topics: Pineridge, Women Build, Calgary

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