Help a deserving family build a home sweet home

Posted at 3:14 PM, Apr 09, 2018

Buffalo. Beer. Beautiful new homes. All three will come together this week as Habitat for Humanity sets the table for 'Hammer & Ales,' a fundraiser that is part of the organization's 'The House Beer Built' campaign.

'Hammer and Ales' - which will feature beer, food tastings from local restaurants, and auctions - will take place Thursday from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at The Barrel Factory, 65 Vandalia Street in the Old First Ward. Tickets are $45 each.

Habitat hopes to raise $80,000, which is the cost of one house sponsorship for a family. 

One-hundred percent of proceeds will go toward building a home for a family in need. 

Habitat for Humanity subsidizes the cost of a new home through grants, donations and volunteer labor. The new homeowner helps build the home and repays an interest-free, 30-year mortgage. 

To purchase tickets for 'Hammer and Ales', click here

7ABC is a proud sponsor of the fundraising event. 



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