Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter Holds Annual Art Auction to Benefit Homeless
L to R: Rockland Community College students Becky Feliciano and Emily Horan-Perez volunteering with the SUNY Rockland Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter.
SUNY Rockland Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter Holds Annual Art Auction to Benefit Homeless
Suffern, NY - The Habitat for Humanity Annual Art Auction will raise funds toward building a home in Hillburn.
Saturday, May 2, 6 – 10 p.m.
St John's Episcopal Church, 365 Strawtown Rd., New City
Tickets: $8.00 each, two for $15, or six for $40
The Habitat for Humanity Art Auction will include art, sports memorabilia, hand blown glass and other collectibles. The admission price includes hors d'oeuvres, dessert and coffee. Wine and other beverages may be purchased.
Information/Tickets: To purchase tickets or program ad space, contact Mike Ver'Schneider, SUNY Rockland Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapter Advisor, at (845) 574-4531, firstname.lastname@example.org , or Dr. Kristopher Baker, RCC Science Department Chair; Instructor, Science, and President, Rockland Habitat for Humanity, at 845-574-4143 or email@example.com.
Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization that builds and refurbishes homes for people who otherwise could not afford to own their own home.
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