The teams are then challenged to camp out overnight in their shelters, experiencing the hardship faced by millions of people around the world every day.
Members of Ballynahinch Rugby Club will see first-hand the impact of Habitat's work when they travel to Cambodia with Habitat NI in 2014 to build hope and homes.
James Greg from Ballynahinch RFC said: "We're very excited about our trip to Cambodia with Habitat NI this summer, but you don't have to travel overseas to help change the lives of families trapped in poverty housing.
"We encourage everyone, whether you are a rugby enthusiast or not, to take up the challenge of Shack Attack and raise vital funds to help Habitat nail poverty housing."
The event is open to everyone and is a great opportunity to get a group of friends together from work, sports clubs, church or the community and have a bit of fun while raising vital funds to support the work of Habitat NI.
Jenny Williams, Chief Executive of Habitat NI said: "Every day in over 70 countries around the world Habitat for Humanity is changing lives by helping families build their own way out of poverty.
"Habitat for Humanity has helped more than 4 million people have a safe, decent place to live but with 1.6 billion people around the world living in inadequate housing there is so much more to be done.
"Shack Attack is a brilliant way of helping us to raise awareness of the global need for decent housing as well as raising vital funds for our work.
"With lots of prizes to be won as well as the crowning of the Shack Attack champions, it's sure to be a fun weekend."
Shack Attack will take place on Saturday, May 17 to Sunday, May 18 in Wallace Park, Lisburn.
The event is open to anyone and it is free to take part. Each team is challenged to raise £1235 in sponsorship which is the average cost of a Habitat home in the developing world. For more information or to sign up please call 028 92 635 635 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.