BERGEN COUNTY, NJ — A current fundraiser by Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County lifted funds to reward a develop in Westwood for a single-household house for a veteran relatives.
Habitat Bergen hosted “Households for Hounds” on Saturday at the Habitat ReStore in Westwood. Habitat volunteers formed five teams and started developing and decorating puppy houses in mid-September.
Good friends of Habitat Bergen then voted on the internet — $1 for each 1 vote — for their preferred Residence for a Hound. The initiative culminated in a safe, outdoor occasion on Saturday showcasing the concluded goods. The successful “Properties for a Hound” was Crew A person-The ReStore.
Habitat Bergen auctioned off the finished puppy residences to attendees through an auction, and Team One’s doghouse also garnered the highest bid.
In addition to showcasing the Properties for Hounds, Habitat Bergen invited the Heaven Can Wait around Animal Rescue business to participate in the festivities and protected homes for quite a few puppies and kittens.
Additional function companions incorporated the McInerney Jansen Family members Basis, Conrads Ice Product of Westwood, Westwood Veterinary, Elixir Kitchens, and A Bite of Heaven Catering.
- Group 1 – Group Teri and the ReStore! The ReStore Director and loyal volunteers.
- Team Two – Habitat Greyheads – Devoted volunteer-retirees lent their making abilities to develop a “Property for a Hound!”
- Team A few – Habitat Greyheads – Much more awesome expertise from Greyheaded volunteers.
- Group 4 – Westwood Regional Veterinary Healthcare facility contributed with their “Hound” know-how!
- Workforce Five – Crew Females Construct! – These women not only develop onsite, but they host Do-it-yourself functions and other fundraising gatherings to elevate important money for Habitat Bergen.
“The event was a large results on quite a few degrees,” mentioned Maureen Cameron, Govt Director or Habitat Bergen. “We are notably fired up that our subsequent establish is correct below in Westwood, and this event gave us the option to raise cash, showcase our upcoming project, and make a lot more folks aware of the incredible finds in the ReStore.”
All proceeds from the function benefitted Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County’s recent job at 95 Sand Road in Westwood — a solitary-loved ones residence for a veteran family members. Web page operate has already begun. The group will welcome volunteers later this fall. Stop by habitatbergen.org for a lot more facts.