High Point, NC -- A group of local volunteers joined more than 10,000 women nationwide to recognize National Women Build Week for Habitat for Humanity.
National Women Build Week, in its sixth year, challenges women across the country to devote at least a day to help build a home for a family in need.
Saturday, women in High Point helped build a home for a single mother and her three children in the Washington Terrace neighborhood in High Point.
There were eight volunteers from the High Point Police Department, as well as other volunteers from different communities.
WFMY News 2 caught up with this group of volunteers Saturday. Check out this story tonight on News 2 at 11.
And, for more information on National Women Build Week, which runs from May 4-12, visit the Habitat for Humanity website.
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