Henderson County Habitat for Humanity will hold it’s first-ever fundraiser ball , The Carpenter’s Ball, on Saturday, September 12th at 6pm behind Little Rainbow Row in Flat Rock.
Cost of tickets is $50 per person ($90/couple) and includes a gourmet dinner served by Hubba Hubba Smokehouse, complimentary beer and wine and entertainment by Almost There Quartet – An Asheville based band that performs a variety of music including jazz standards, R&B, funk, and original compositions. There will also be specialty auction items up for bid. This is a signature event for the affiliate and participation is encouraged. Success is vital to bring in much needed funds to the Habitat for Humanity organization!
- Stuffed Pork Tenderloin
- Smoked, Glazed Chicken
- Roasted Red Bliss Potatoes with Rosemary, Garlic & Butter
- Mediterranean Pasta Salad
- Brussels Sprouts with Onion, Corn & Bacon
- Tossed Salad Vinaigrette
- Hummus with Pita
- Includes Beer & Wine
Please see the attached documents for sponsorship information as well as menu, music, and table sponsorships.
Feel free to call the Henderson County Habitat for Humanity office and/or email with any questions.
Please RSVP via email or call the office. You can reserve a spot now and then pay at the event, or you may remit a check payable to Henderson County Habitat for Humanity. PLEASE RSVP NO LATER THAN AUGUST 28th.
Sponsorship is billable.
Julie Huneycutt – email
Henderson County Habitat for Humanity
Resource Development Director
Changing Lives One House at a Time
Henderson County Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit Christian housing ministry dedicated to eliminating poverty housing in Henderson County. Incorporated in 1989, Habitat has now completed 100 homes with a goal of 12 homes per year. More than 20% of all households do not live in safe, affordable housing, with 44% of WNC jobs not paying enough to enable a family to rent a 2-bedroom apartment. Through this fundraiser, Habitat desires to greatly improve those statistics in our community.
Together, we can do it!!
Update! Photos from the 2009 Event