Smith Anderson Joins Forces with Habitat for Humanity of Wake County’s Women Build Project

December 16, 2013

Raleigh, N.C. – On November 15th and December 6th, a team of 15 women lawyers from Smith Anderson traded in their books for hammers to participate in Habitat for Humanity of Wake County’s Women Build program. Smith Anderson is also a corporate sponsor of the project and is supporting the building of two new homes in the White Oak Villas neighborhood in Apex, N.C.

Habitat for Humanity of Wake County’s Women Build is supported by diverse groups of women – professionals, students, congregations, management teams, community leaders, book clubs, garden clubs, friends, and neighbors – who come together to fund the entire build project and build a home. The project aims to empower women to take leadership roles in construction and learn new skills while building a home for a hardworking family in need of safe, affordable housing. For more information about Women Build, please visit Habitat for Humanity of Wake County’s website.

About Smith Anderson’s Commitment to Community Service

A steadfast commitment to community service has been a hallmark of Smith Anderson since our founding over 100 years ago. Many of our lawyers and staff volunteer their time to support a full range of causes in the community, as well as to causes that promote the administration of justice. In addition, the Firm’s Smith Anderson Community Fund, directed by a diverse committee of lawyers and staff, provides financial support to local organizations that help people meet their most basic needs. For more information on Smith Anderson’s commitment to community service, please visit http://www.smithlaw.com/about-probono.html.

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