Coastal Habitat for Humanity names honorees
Coastal Habitat for Humanity Announces 2016 Hearts & Hammers Honorees
Honoring three community partners for their dedication and support of Coastal Habitat for Humanity's mission.
Spring Lake Heights, NJ (February 25, 2016): Coastal Habitat for Humanity will hold its annual Hearts & Hammers celebration on Thursday, April 21, 2016 at the Manasquan River Golf Club. The event began in 2015 to commemorate the organization's 20th year of serving families in need of affordable housing in Southern Monmouth County. This year, Coastal Habitat once again honors its community partners and their dedication to providing affordable housing assistance to low-income families.
The 2016 Hearts & Hammers honorees are Randy Bishop – The Golden Hearts Founders Award, The New Jersey Bankers Association – The Golden Hammer Award, and Star News Group – The Golden Hardhat Award.
"Coastal Habitat for Humanity could not be as successful as it is without the support and dedication we receive from our honorees" says Maureen Mulligan, Executive Director.
With a busy year ahead, the funds raised through Hearts & Hammers will help Coastal Habitat for Humanity's Aging in Place program to assist seniors with critical home repairs, rehab a vacant property in Asbury Park, and build a handicapped accessible home for a disabled veteran and their family.
Tickets are $150 per person. Sponsorship opportunities and tickets are available. For reservations or more information, please contact Coastal Habitat for Humaity at 732-974-2422.
About Coastal Habitat for Humanity:
Coastal Habitat for Humanity was founded in 1994 when 13 local friends came together to help meet the area's need for affordable housing. Since then, thanks to the generous gifts from donors and supporter and the tireless energy from 10,000+ volunteers, Coastal Habitat for Humanity has impacted the lives of 550 area residents in 18 communities in Southern Monmouth County; one life, generations of impact. Coastal Habitat for Humanity's programs include Aging in Place, created to help seniors and veterans who are having difficulty maneuvering or maintaining their homes, single-family construction projects and homeowner education seminars.