MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Minnesota mother of three boys is getting some much-needed home repairs thanks to generous volunteers.

They are with Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build program, which empowers women of all physical abilities through construction work — and empowers the women who own the homes that are built or repaired.

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Saturday’s project includes interior repairs and a fresh coat of paint.

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It kicks off a busy construction season for Women Build. Their next project begins Monday in St. Paul.

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