2021 Women Build
Ronquillo & Enriquez Family
2021 Women Build
Kimberly Enriquez is a single mom of two sons, Josiah and Elijah. She first participated in the 2018 Women build as a volunteer and learned about the homeownership program through the build day. The family had to move from the mobile home which was built in the 1960s into Kimberly’s mother’s home due to the home falling apart. Kimberly is worried about accessibility, as her mobility is limited, and her children need to have space to call their own. This single mom works hard to try and provide a safe, stable home for her children to grow up in.
“I not only want, but I need, a home for me and my kids. A home that is safe, and secure. I want to live in a home without the fear of the roof caving in, flooding rooms, or falling through the floor.”
-Kimberly Enriquez, Future Women Build Habitat Homeowner
Melissa Ronquillo is a single mom raising her young daughter Paulina. Coming to Greeley to be closer to family, Melissa currently lives in a two-bedroom apartment. Unfortunately, the apartment is infested with mold making it unhealthy for her and her daughter to live in.
For this family having a Habitat home would make a world of difference and allow Melissa to raise Paulina in a safe, healthy environment.
“Habitat is a great opportunity for people who want to become homeowners, but who don’t have the assets to reach that goal. My sister is a Habitat homeowner, and she has been a great role model for me.”
-Melissa Ronquillo, Future Women Build Habitat Homeowner
Become a Women Builder and make a lifelong impact in two local women's lives.
As Women Builder, we challenge you to form a team of friends, family & co-workers. Choose a fun team name. Set your fundraising goal. Collectively raise funds to help build Kimberly& Melissa's and homes! Then come build together onsite! Each team is challenged to raise $1,000.