On Thursday, September 3rd, join us for an evening of designer handbags, wine and decadent desserts. Your $25 admission is an automatic entry to our Designer Hangbag raffle. There will also be a silent auction with chances to win designer bags, Disney all-park passes and other great prizes. Spin the wheel to win prizes.
Additional raffle tickets will be available for purchase at the event. With brands like Coach and Kate Spade, there will be many designer bags available to win.
Bring a friend and support Habitat. All proceeds benefit Brevard Habitat for Humanity.
“Mary Ann jumped in to her work with both feet! She immediately began working lining up restaurants for our restaurant program, getting items together to display at events and helping set up our baseball event with the Brevard County Manatees. She has been invaluable to our efforts to raise funds to build homes for families in Brevard County,”said Andy Schirmacher, Outreach Manager for Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County.
“Everyone was so welcoming and friendly that it really has been a pleasure to volunteer here,” she added. Recently, a part time position for Volunteer Coordinator opened up and Mary Ann true to form stepped up and took her place on the staff of Brevard Habitat. Congratulations and we look forward to you helping the next group of volunteers of the month!]]>
Ms. Troche applied to be a Habitat family partner when her husband was killed in a hit and run accident, leaving her a single mother of two sons. “We ended up living in apartments but the only places that I could afford were not the best place to raise children in a safe environment. One of the apartments was so full of black mold that we would end up in and out of the doctor’s office,” said Troche. Troche never thought she would be a homeowner. “Thanks to Habitat for Humanity, my husband’s dream for his family is coming true.”
The churches participating in the Apostle Build are First Baptist Church of Melbourne, St. Marks, First United Methodist Melbourne, Presbyterian of Good Shepherd and Ascension Catholic Church.]]>
“Leroy has helped at our University build and you can always look forward to seeing his smiling face. He really helps contribute to the atmosphere that makes volunteering with Habitat the experience that it is,” said Joe Bachmann, Site Supervisor for Habitat for Humanity of Brevard.
“I really enjoy my time out here and you get to meet a lot of great people volunteering for Habitat. I wish everyone could experience it at least once in their lifetime,” Pizar added.]]>
“This community has supported us for so many years that we want to give back to the community. Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County is a great organization and is able to help so many people that we wanted to help them out,” said Forrest Lilly, whose family has owned Indian River Furniture for over 75 years.
“Partnering with businesses like Indian River Furniture allows the ReStore to bring quality furniture at an affordable price to our shoppers. The funds from partnerships like this allow us to build more homes in Brevard County,” said Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County ReStore Director Suzanne Olson.
“Many times we get scratched or lightly damaged furniture that the manufacturer does not want back. They allow us to donate this to the ReStore for resale to the community,” said Tony McNichols, Warehouse Manager for Indian River Furniture
The Habitat for Humanity of Brevard County ReStore is located at 4515 Babcock St NE in Palm Bay.
This gorgeous “powered” recliner couch is just in from Indian River Furniture.