We Build Homes for Forgotten Veterans

By building Partnerships with various resources and charitable organizations to support our Veterans.

First Nations Women Warriors

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  • Combat Vietnam Veteran


We are proud and honored to have been part of making a BIG difference in supporting our Veterans.

  • One Mission

Build Homes for Veterans

Ultimately the mission for the First Nations Women Warriors is to build a house for Veterans in need of a home.

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More Homes

By donating funds, building materials, or professional expertise in the field of building homes WE can build more.

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SFC Brenda McEwingUS Army/Retired | CEO/Founder

Daughter of Maxwell Noel (WWII Combat Veteran and POW) and Alice Edith Smoke. Full blood Dakota Sioux from the Dakota Tipi Tribe in Canada. Retired as Sergeant First Class after 23 years Reserves, National Guard, and Active Duty Army in the Vast Communications field as a Communications Instructor and Platoon Sergeant. Served two combat tours; Desert Storm 1990-1991; Operation Iraqi Freedom 2005-2007. Traveled several duty stations throughout the United States and overseas locations earning above normal service medals and Commendations for service and duty.

Served 15 years in Law Enforcement while in Reserves and Army National Guard. Retired from the military and Law Enforcement after last tour of active duty in Iraq.

I currently work as a Law Office Manager in Georgia for my husband’s Law Practice. In June of 2013, I started the Non-Profit Organization “First Nations Women Warriors” with an amazing group of people. Our goal and venture is to help inspire our fellow Native Veterans and Veterans alike through mentoring & teaching that success will come with determination, perseverance and hard work. But ultimately our group is working on building a house for a disabled Veteran who has honorably served our country. I am also a member of the Color Guard group Lakota Women Warriors who travels throughout the United States honoring our Native Men and Women who have served in the military. And during other free time when available I speak at different events and/or sit on speaking panels upon request.

We recently completed our first Veterans home in 2020 and able to turn over the keys to a Combat Apache Vietnam Veteran that honorably served in the Marines.

I am married to my best friend and greatest supporter of all my endeavors and journey’s, and I’m also a proud parent of two successful daughters and have two amazing dogs.

Project Manager

My name is Samuel B Roberts of West Lebanon New Hampshire and Naples Florida. I entered the world of construction in 1979 and became a journeyman mason shortly thereafter. I continue to own and operate a small masonry company as well as a scaffolding rental business servicing central New Hampshire and Vermont. My seasonal businesses allow me the time to take on other endeavors such as overseeing the construction operations for the First Nations Women Warriors Homes for Veterans project.

I am proud to be the son of veteran parents. I am an active member of the Sons of The American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary. I am also proud of my civilian service in the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary.

It is a great honor to be involved with FNWW. We have developed a very efficient home model that allows us to build and deliver a home to a deserving veteran in a matter of a few weeks. From earthwork to the kitchen sink our volunteers and select suppliers get the job done! Our way of saying, “Thank you for your service!”


Dear Veterans Supporter,

The First Nations Women Warriors is a 501(c)(3), Non-Profit Organization, EIN #47-1116740, with their main headquarters office in the state of Georgia. The Organization was formed in 2013 to develop partnerships with various resources and charitable organizations to support Veterans. Ultimately the mission of the First Nations Women Warriors is to build a house for Veterans in need of a home.

With the help of The Law office of Timothy I. McEwing who donated profits made from the sale of a home and the help of many more. We were able to deliver our first HOME! We are currently looking into raising funds to build our 2nd Veteran Home.

By donating funds, building materials, or professional expertise in the field of building homes YOU can help us achieve our next goal. This house is the first of many that we are working on building so any and all donations go directly to future builds as well. We Appreciate you and your support for our Veterans.

Thank you and God Bless.

We remain very truly yours,