Habitat for Humanity North Central MA will again host its Spring Breakfast event on May 3, 2017 at the First Parish of Bolton from 7:30 – 8:30 am. The breakfast is an annual awareness and “friend-raising” event and provides an opportunity for the community to meet Habitat’s newest homeowners and to learn more about current building and renovation projects in the region. Habitat for Humanity North Central MA will also honor its long-term volunteers at the breakfast.
A heartfelt thank you goes out to the many local banks and businesses who have come together to help sponsor this event. This year’s event sponsors include Avidia Bank, DCU, Enterprise Bank, Exit Assurance, Exit New Options, The Law Office of David R. Rocheford, Jr., P.C. and 3-D Asset Management. All Sponsors receive a dedicated table and recognition before and during the event. Sponsorships are still being accepted and more details can be found by visiting the Habitat for Humanity website.
Keynote speaker for the Breakfast is award-winning author Michael J. Tougias. Michael J. Tougias is a NY Times Bestselling author and co-author of 24 books. He is best known for his seven survival at sea books such as A Storm Too Soon, So Close To Home, and The Finest Hours now a major motion picture by Disney. His book, Ten Hours Until Dawn: The True Story of Heroism and Tragedy Aboard the Can Do in the Blizzard of 78, was selected by the American Library Association as one of the “Top Books of the Year” and described as “a white-knuckle read, the best book of its kind.”
There is no cost to attend the breakfast however reservations are required as seating is limited. Please visit the Habitat website to reserve your spot.
Habitat for Humanity North Central Massachusetts
Habitat for Humanity NCM offers a hand up, not a hand out, to hard-working, low-income central Massachusetts families seeking affordable homeownership. Through volunteer labor and donations of money and materials, Habitat NCM builds and rehabilitates simple, decent houses alongside our homeowner partner families. Habitat NCM also operates the Leominster ReStore which raises funds through the sale of discounted or recycled materials and furniture.