The first $1M Golf Tournament Shootout in Harford County!
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Four Person Teams will compete in a scramble format. Each hole will have a hole-in-one prize of $5,000 with multiple winners per hole allowed. Each hole will also have a Closest to the Pin winner (There must be 18 separate winners, no multiples).Each closet to the pin winner will compete in a $1,000,000 Shootout. If someone gets a hole-in-one, the winner and Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna will each receive $500,000 (paid out over 40 years).If no one records a hole-in-one, the golfer closet to the pin wins $500.
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You can help make our 100th house the Emmanuel's home!
We are running a team competition on GoFundMe for our 100th house which will become the Emmanuel’s home. Eight teams are competing to each raise our total goal of $10,000. Every donation, no matter the amount, makes a difference.
The Competition began March 1st and ends March 31st but the GoFundMe page will stay open until home is fully funded and complete.
Click below to read Tiara Emmanuel’s heart breaking yet inspiring story. Donating and sharing the campaign is easy. Simply click the link and click the wishlist “Habitat Susquehanna Rocks” then follow the instructions to donate and please share the link with friends, co-workers and family by email, Facebook or Twitter.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Phyliss Mosca (410) 638-4434 x7 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Together we can make a difference improving lives for future generations.
Annual Supply Drive
Habitat For Humanity Susquehanna builds 8-10 homes and repairs approximately 50 homes a year in Cecil and Harford County. We are always in need of supplies to make this happen.
Currently only 4% of our building materials are donated, leaving 96% to be raised through financial contributions.
We invite you to watch a short, one minute, video on Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna's work.
"There is no place like home".