Housing Hope fundraiser offers playhouse for bid

  • Herald staff
  • Tuesday, May 13, 2014 12:46pm
  • Life

Housing Hope will offer the chance to bid on three designer playhouses at a fundraiser for its ChildHope program, 7 to 8:30 p.m. June 7 at Legion Hall and Legional Memorial Park, 145 Alverson Blvd., Everett, during the Sorticulture garden arts festival that weekend.

The playhouses include one designed by Designs NW and built by Gaffney Construction, another designed by SM Stemper and built by Western Ventures, and a third designed and built by Dykeman.

Housing Hope’s ChildHope program provides in-home child servies at Housing Hope properties, parent education at its College of Hope, day care at its Tomorrow’s Hope child care center and housing for homeless teen parents at New Century Village.

Tickets for the event, which includes appetizers and drinks, are $25 per person and must be purchased by May 30 by calling 425-347-6556, ext. 279, or by going to tinyurl.com/TicketsHouses4Hope. For more information go to www.housinghope.org/housesforhope.html.

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