The RV Women’s Alliance (RVWA) is working with local Habitat for Humanity organization in Elkhart and encouraging members across the U.S. to work with their local Habitat during the RVWA Builds Communities Day on Sept. 22. Members located in the Elkhart area can volunteer for a four- or eight-hour shift on Sept. 22, when we will work together to build a home for a local family.
To volunteer in the Elkhart build, sign up online here and enter code “RVWA ladies.”
“Partnering with Habitat for Humanity on a build was one if the first things we did as the RV Women’s Alliance. Bringing together a group of women to spend the day giving back in our community, making connections with each other, and getting your hands dirty is one of the most rewarding things you can do,” said RVWA President Susan Carpenter. “We are excited to be doing this again and hoping that RVWA members across the country will join us by volunteering in their own communities.”
RVWA is also working with members across the U.S. to participate in Habitat for Humanity builds in their local areas. Click here to find a build near you. For those volunteering in your own community, be sure to let RV Women’s Alliance Managing Director Jessica Rider know where you are participating by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the RV Women’s Alliance
Founded in 2019, the RV Women’s Alliance purpose is to elevate, educate, and promote women in the RV industry, making the RV industry a place where women thrive. Open to anyone in the RV industry who supports our mission, the Alliance has more than 1,200 members from more than 500 companies. The Alliance is headquartered in Elkhart, Indiana, with leadership based across the United States. Learn more at www.rvwa.org.