Oklahoma County DA Vicki Behenna Named Honorary Chair of 2024 Women Build for Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity!

Oklahoma County DA Vicki Behenna Named Honorary Chair of 2024 Women Build for Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity!

Oklahoma County District Attorney Vicki Behenna is Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity’s (COHFH) 2024 Honorary Women Build chair. The distinguished legal eagle will lead a group of primarily women volunteers on a home build/frame day on May 4, 2024, in northeast Oklahoma City.

COHFH’s Women Build brings together women (and men) from all walks of life to pitch in and make a positive difference in the lives of limited-income individuals and families by helping to build a Habitat home. Women Build participants concentrate on building one home, often alongside of the future homeowner(s) as they fulfill their 100 sweat-equity hours for Habitat’s New Home Construction program.
Behenna and her husband, Scott, a retired Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation agent, volunteered on a Habitat home build in the 1990s. The mother of three grown sons and several grandchildren said she enjoyed her experience and the fact volunteering helps limited-income homeowners to achieve their dreams of homeownership.

“It is an honor to be asked to be the honorary chair of the Women Build,” Behenna said. “My staff and the lawyers who work in the district attorney’s office all have public servants’ hearts. The Women Build is the perfect opportunity for them to spend time in the communities they serve and to make a small, but positive difference by helping to build affordable housing.”

COHFH welcomes volunteers to participate in the Women Build as Central Oklahoma Habitat helps build homes, communities and hope. For more information, call (405) 232-4828 or go to our website at https://cohfh.org/women-build/.

Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity is a Christian-housing ministry that believes everyone deserves a safe and decent place to live. For more information, to donate and/or volunteer, go to: www.cohfh.org.

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Oklahoma County DA Vicki Behenna Named Honorary Chair of 2024 Women Build for Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity!

Oklahoma County DA Vicki Behenna Named Honorary Chair of 2024 Women Build for Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity!

Oklahoma County District Attorney Vicki Behenna is Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity’s (COHFH) 2024 Honorary Women Build chair. The distinguished legal eagle will lead a group of primarily women volunteers on a home build/frame day on May 4, 2024, in northeast Oklahoma City.

COHFH’s Women Build brings together women (and men) from all walks of life to pitch in and make a positive difference in the lives of limited-income individuals and families by helping to build a Habitat home. Women Build participants concentrate on building one home, often alongside of the future homeowner(s) as they fulfill their 100 sweat-equity hours for Habitat’s New Home Construction program.
Behenna and her husband, Scott, a retired Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation agent, volunteered on a Habitat home build in the 1990s. The mother of three grown sons and several grandchildren said she enjoyed her experience and the fact volunteering helps limited-income homeowners to achieve their dreams of homeownership.

“It is an honor to be asked to be the honorary chair of the Women Build,” Behenna said. “My staff and the lawyers who work in the district attorney’s office all have public servants’ hearts. The Women Build is the perfect opportunity for them to spend time in the communities they serve and to make a small, but positive difference by helping to build affordable housing.”

COHFH welcomes volunteers to participate in the Women Build as Central Oklahoma Habitat helps build homes, communities and hope. For more information, call (405) 232-4828 or go to our website at https://cohfh.org/women-build/.

Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity is a Christian-housing ministry that believes everyone deserves a safe and decent place to live. For more information, to donate and/or volunteer, go to: www.cohfh.org.

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