Raise The Roof

par Habitat For Humanity Vancouver Island North

  • samedi, 23 avril 2016 de 7:30 Après-midi à dimanche, 24 avril 2016 1:00 Matin (HAP)
  • Native Sons Hall 830 Cliffe Avenue, Courtenay , BC V9N 2J7

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Raise The Roof with Habitat for Humanity Vancouver Island North. We’re bringing back the classic old school dance. Raise The Roof is in support of Habitat's build initiatives in which we partner with hardworking struggling families to provide safe, decent, and affordable homes. Dance the night away with Habitat for Humanity, and help us Raise The Roof on our next housing project. Bid on amazing silent auction items donated by our generous community supporters.

Together, we can create a lasting change for two local families.

Habitat for Humanity. Building Homes. Building Hope. 

Casual dress code. 


Amazing Silent Auction Items! 

No Host Bar: wine, beer and a variety of coolers.

Non-Alcoholic beverages: water and pop.

Progrès réalisés dans l’atteinte de l’objectif visé

Jours pour acheter


Native Sons Hall
830 Cliffe Avenue, Courtenay , BC V9N 2J7

23 avril 2016
samedi, 23 avril 2016 7:30 Après-midi (HAP)


Ticketing (entry, silent auction)

Cafeteria attendants 

Bar attendants 

Set up/Take down (tables and chairs)

Decoration Team


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Habitat for Humanity Vancouver Island North
1755 13th Street
250-334-3777 ext.224
Courtenay , BC
V9N 7B6

À propos de cet organisme

Habitat for Humanity Vancouver Island North’s mission is to empower hard-working families and make homeownership affordable by mobilizing community spirit and generosity. Through volunteer labour and donations of money and materials, Habitat for Humanity works with partner families to build safe, decent and affordable homes. Houses are sold to partner families with a zero cash down payment and are financed with affordable, no-interest mortgages. Families invest 500 hours of their own labour, called "sweat equity," into building their own houses and those of other families in lieu of a cash down payment.