Sponsorships are now available for this year’s Habitat for Humanity North Central MA’s 7thAnnual Building Dreams Golf Tournament. The event will be held at Shaker Hills Country Club in Harvard, MA on Tuesday, September 15th. All proceeds from this event will benefit the work of Habitat for Humanity NCM, for building and repairing affordable homes throughout the organization’s 25 towns and cities in the region.
Sponsorship opportunities for the golf event are still available and local businesses and organizations are encouraged to apply. Sponsorship benefits include recognition and company branding at the event and in all printed and digital releases. Participating sponsors will also be highlighted on Habitat NCM’s website and Facebook page. Branding will be imprinted on event giveaways and rates vary, depending on level chosen.
2019 Sponsors so far for the golf event include: Leominster Credit Union; Health Alliance Hospital; Kendra Dickinson of Keller Williams Realty; Digital Federal Credit Union; Rollstone BankMain Street Bank The Law Office of David Rocheford Tom Ruble of EXIT New Option Real Estate
Individuals interested in golfing at the event can sign up as foursomes ($640), groups of three ($505), pairs ($345) or singles ($185) on Habitat NCM’s website. Registration includes greens fee, cart, golf shirt, morning refreshments and lunch. Each golfer will also receive a generous swag bag filled with golf accessories and snacks. The shotgun start is at 9:00 am. Registration begins at 7:30 am. Multiple Contests on the course are available to participants looking to snag bragging rights, trophies and pro shop prizes. These include Longest Drive, Closest to the Pin, Hole in One and Closest to the Flamingo. A silent auction will also be featured. To register for the event, please visit the Habitat for Humanity North Central MA website. Deadline to register is August 30th.
Habitat for Humanity North Central Massachusetts
Habitat for Humanity North Central Massachusetts offers a hand up, not a hand out, to hard-working, low-income central Massachusetts families seeking affordable home ownership. It is a non-profit housing ministry that builds simple, decent houses with people in need, serving 25 towns and cities in North Central Massachusetts. Habitat NCM also operates the Leominster ReStore, 637 Lancaster Street (Route 117), which raises funds through the sale of discounted and recycled materials and furniture.