In the U.S., nearly 9 million families are headed by a single mother. Their median family income is $23,000. With the median gross rent for a modest, 2-bedroom apartment in Palm Beach County exceeding $1200 and rental burden in South Florida ranking the 3rd highest in the country, low-income families are very often forced to accept substandard housing conditions in order to make ends meet. As a result, educational goals, family dynamics and community engagement suffer.
Join us and Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County for National Women Build Week. From May 5th to the 7th, we will be working on a house in Boynton Beach for an underprivileged family. We will be making a major impact on a family in need of safe and decent housing and giving them a secure and stable environment. Help break the cycle of poverty by building a home, and a brighter future.
As ob/gyns taking care of women and their families we are excited to help in this worthy cause.
Sincerely and thanks in advance for your support!
Women’s Health Partners