Oviedo, Fla., May 20, 2017 – Intersection Technology Solutions’ (dba Tech Rage IT) Managing Director, Erica Martinez-Rose helped build homes during Habitat for Humanity Seminole County & Greater Apopka’s Women Build Week. On Saturday, Martinez-Rose and her team, Out Making Rain, led by Wendy Sellers of BlackRain Partners, volunteered their time installing drywall on the 4 remaining townhomes at the Magnolia Place construction site in the City of Longwood.
“It was a humbling yet empowering experience to aid Habitat in providing housing to local families,” said Martinez-Rose. “I had the privilege to work alongside many amazing women volunteers to make Seminole County & Greater Apopka a better place, while having fun, networking and meeting future homeowners.”
Habitat’s National Women Build Week invites women to help make a difference and devote at least one day to help build decent and affordable housing in their local communities. The Seminole-Apopka hosted 13 teams over 9 days on the Longwood and Apopka build sites.
“This is our 4th year participating in the National Women Build Week event. In a very short time, the program has grown to become a significant part of our affiliate,” said Penny Seater, Executive Director for Habitat for Humanity of Seminole County & Greater Apopka. “We continue to be amazed at the number of women coming out to be a part of building strength, stability and self-reliance in our community. It’s inspiring to see how they come together, empowering each other and the families.”
Out Making Rain raised more than $4,200 through several fundraising efforts, and Women Build Week raised over $143,000 to date, surpassing their goal of $125,000.
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About Habitat for Humanity of Seminole County and Greater Apopka
Habitat for Humanity of Seminole County and Greater Apopka has completed more than 165 homes throughout the community. Through the use of donations, in-kind gifts and volunteer labor, Habitat builds simple, decent, efficient homes which are sold to low-income families in the community at no profit and financed with an affordable mortgage. Homebuyers contribute sweat equity helping to build their home as well as homes of other Habitat families. To learn more about Habitat Seminole & Apopka or to make a donation, call (407) 696-5855 or visit http://habitatseminoleapopka.org.