At Habitat for Humanity of Rockland County, we know that sometimes all it takes to change the world is a little support.
Since the beginning of our Nonprofit Organization, we’ve worked hard to take care of ALL members of our community. It is important to note that our focus is more than just about building safe, affordable homes for hardworking, low-income families – it’s also about revitalizing neighborhoods.
Homeownership is one of the strongest building blocks toward developing strong, connected communities. This is a common goal for individuals and corporations alike – and one which Rockland County would benefit from partnering to achieve.
We can all certainly agree… It’s a different world we live in since COVID-19 entered our lives. One thing that remains constant is the need for building homes, neighborhoods, and communities.
On May 26, we are hosting our first virtual fundraiser, Raise the Roof. The event will feature honoree Frances Pratt, who served as president of the Nyack NAACP for 40-years and was the first African American nurse to head the Nyack Hospital ER. Other interviewees include Sr. Marie Buckley, founder of the Dominican Sisters of Sparkill, as well as Habitat volunteers and families whose lives have changed because of Habitat’s efforts – and the donations that made it possible.
Benefits of Partnering
- Acknowledgement during the Raise the Roof event
- Recognition across our newsletters, website, and various social media outlets
- Satisfaction in knowing that you are helping to forever change a family’s life
- Being part of revitalization of a local community
- Opportunity for your company to get involved through “build days”, where up to 10 employees per day can volunteer at a build site
- Build the Community $25,000 (Includes 10 build days)
- Build the Neighborhood $10,000 (Includes 5 build days)
- Build the Street $5,000 (Includes 3 build days)
- Build the House $1,000 (Includes 1 build day)
*All sponsorship donations are 100% tax deductible.
Join us and get into the habit of giving, because it truly does make the world a better place. Contact Scott Vanderhoef at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, and visit us at www.hfhr.org about donating or getting involved.