2018 Habitat for Heroes Golf Tournament Hosted by Naval Academy Alumni Associ...
An event in support of Habitat for Humanity of South Hampton Roads.
About This Event
Rain date will be Oct 3, 2018
The tournament will help raise awareness and funding for the Habitat for Heroes program and allows sponsors, donors, and friends of Habitat to enjoy a day on the green!
Only $95 per golfer; includes cart/green fees, range balls, lunch, dinner by Mission BBQ, beer, prizes and more! Support us in our effort to provide affordable housing for veteran and active duty military families in South Hampton Roads.
It is an honor and a privilege for Habitat SHR to help create affordable housing solutions for Veteran and active-duty military families in our community.
To ensure the success of this initiative, Habitat SHR is actively seeking financial and in-kind resources for future Habitat for Heroes builds. It is our goal to continue to serve those who have served us.
If you would like to get involved with this program to support your local Veterans, please contact Dan Lear at 757-690-9025 or email@example.com
If you are unable to attend but would still like to make a donation to Habitat for Heroes, please see donation categories on right side of this page and tap the DONATE button, then follow the instructions!
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Location / Venue
- Sewells Point Golf Course
- Norfolk, VA
- Sep 20, 2018 11:00 am to
- Sep 20, 2018 07:00 pm
Event to Support Habitat for Humanity of South Hampton Roads
Habitat for Humanity of South Hampton Roads (Habitat SHR) was founded in 1988. Dedicated to making affordable housing a matter of conscience and action, Habitat SHR completed its first home in 1990, in Portsmouth’s Prentis Park neighborhood. The organization has since afforded more than 200 families the opportunity to become homeowners.
Habitat home owners and their families experience a positive, wide-reaching, and permanent impact. Simply having a quiet place to do homework and a safe neighborhood in which to play greatly benefits children. The stability of homeownership is shown to be instrumental in building successful families, neighborhoods, and communities.