February 1, 2016
Liberty Hall – Factory at Franklin The Factory at Franklin
Habitat for Humanity’s Women Builds empowers women to take the hammer and take the lead to help lower-income families in their own community build and purchase safe, affordable housing. Join us for our 6th Annual Hammers and High Heels event – a night of great music, food, and auction items! All funds raised from the night go directly to the bricks and sticks of our Women Build home.
This year’s Women Build partner family is Anyiir Aguto. Anyiir came to the United States 15 years ago as a refugee from Sudan. She was a one of an estimated 20,000 children who later became known as “The Lost Boys.” Anyiir is delighted to be able to buy a home where she can raise her two beautiful daughters, Atong (12) and Ayen (11).
Bring your friends and enjoy:
Event attire is dressy, spring casual, but feel free to wear your high heels or tool belt! Don’t forget your dancing shoes.
Join our Facebook group to get up-to-date details on the event and silent auction items:
Tickets on sale online until noon on April 22. After noon, tickets can be purchased at the door for $50 if still available. If you cannot attend, please pass your ticket on to a friend! No refunds will be issued.