11/08/10 On October 30, 2010 more than 20 women gathered together for Marshall County’s first annual WOMEN BUILD. The day was spent installing vinyl siding and setting interior walls. Many of the women in attendance had never done this type of work so it was a learning experience for everyone.

Women Build is just that…a day for Women to help build a home. It is a day of friends and family working together to help someone in their community.

Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit ecumenical Christian housing ministry working in partnership with people in need to improve the conditions in which they live. Habitat partners are at work in all 50 states and over 40 nations worldwide.

Habitat challenges people of compassion to provide the initial funding through donations of money, materials and labor to build simple, decent houses.

Habitat for Humanity of Marshall County is currently building it 12th house at the corner of Berkley and Randolph streets in Plymouth.  Donations can be mailed to HFHOMC @ P.O. Box 524 Plymouth, IN.

If you or your group would like to volunteer you can most Saturday’s 8am to3pm. Pre registration is recommended for groups by individuals just need to show up at the site and sign a waiver.