Our Builds

We have built more than 200 homes in Williamson and Maury Counties and continue to build 10-12 new homes per year

2019 Women Build

Each spring more than 10,000 women raise their hammers at Habitat for Humanity construction sites across the country in recognition of National Women Build Week. National Women Build challenges women to devote at least one day to help build affordable housing in their local communities.

We began work on our ninth annual Women Build home on April 2019 in Fairview, TN.

Want to know more about Women Build? Check out this video and the information below.

The sponsorship cost of the home is $70,000. Each volunteer who participates has a fundraising goal of $250 to go toward the cost of the house, and a volunteer goal of at least 1 day. To help participants raise money, resources are provided below with ideas and step-by-step instructions on how to raise the funds. No experience in either fundraising or house-building is necessary.

Women Build Kickoff Resources

Hammers & High Heels 2019Women Build Sponsorship

We are also seeking sponsors for this year’s Women Build & Hammers & High Heels.

Sponsorships range from $2,500 to $10,000 and include a range of benefits both at the build site and Hammers & High Heels.

Please download information on this exciting opportunity to support Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury while promoting your own brand with hundreds of Middle Tennessee residents.


We are excited to welcome Maria Herrera to our homeownership program.

Maria Herrera

Maria emigrated from Colombia 16 years ago, leaving behind a difficult marriage. “Those days with my ex-husband were emotionally traumatizing, and it has taken me years to recover. My hope for the future is that I will live a life of peace and service to others.”

She came to New Jersey without speaking a word of English, so her job prospects were limited. She worked as a waitress and a cook among other jobs that allowed her to care for her young child. But determined to build a better life for herself and her son, Maria enrolled in community college to master the English language.

In 2005, Maria; her mother, Estella; and her son Abraham relocated to Middle Tennessee to be near her sister. “It was pretty rough in New Jersey, she explains. “There was a lot of gang activity, and I worried all the time about my son. I love living somewhere safe, but it has been tough to make ends meet in Williamson County. We live in a 2-bedroom apartment, so I share my room with my son. Abraham is ecstatic about having a room of his own!”

Maria works two jobs, one as a cashier at Costco and a second as a part-time administrative assistant at St. Phillips Church. She is overwhelmed with gratitude, often to the point of tears: “We are so grateful to everyone at Habitat for Humanity for this opportunity. It is a blessing to have the community gather together to help our family. My hope is that my home will extend beyond blessing only my family and that it will become a blessing for others as well.”

Learn more about the Hererra family.

What is the Women Build?
The Women Build is a Habitat Build where women of all walks of life come together to address the housing crisis that faces many of the women and children of Williamson and Maury Counties.

Do I need to know anything about construction? Absolutely not! We encourage women who are interested in learning construction skills to volunteer, or women who are just looking to get involved in the community.

What if I am new to the community?
No problem! The Women Build is an excellent way to meet people. It’s an memorable experience you’ll never forget!

When does the build start? April 2018

Are there any requirements?
Each volunteer is asked to raise $250 toward the house, but if you want to raise more, you are welcome to do so! We have tools to help you achieve this goal and are here for support!

Can my teenager help on the build?
All volunteers on the work site must be 16 years old or older – no exceptions due to Federal Labor Laws. Volunteers 16-17 years old are allowed to participate in construction, but cannot get on the roof or operate power tools.

Who can I contact with questions?
Please contact HFHWM Volunteer Development Manager Rain Fisher at 615-550-5619

featured partners

Habitat for Humanity’s vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live. The support of our generous partners helps make our vision a reality and has a huge impact in the lives of families.

Brentwood United Methodist Church Bridgestone General Motors Nissan Thrivent Financial GivingMatters.com Community Foundation of Middle TN