Over the Edge Event 2017
October 6 - October 7
BUILDING HOMES FOR OUR VETERANS
You step to the edge, look over and catch your breath. Adrenaline takes over and, next thing you know, the thrill of adventure consumes you. Welcome to Over the Edge for Veterans — an unforgettable experience for the most daring donors to Habitat for Humanity SF/SCV and Homes for Families!
The best part is, you are doing fantastic good for those who stood brave for you. You will be helping United States Veterans who have returned home receive the real home that they deserve. Low-income Veterans and their families will be given an opportunity to own their own home, but even greater, the opportunity to experience the American Dream that these Veterans and their families sacrificed so much to protect. These Veterans live in your community. They are your friends and community members—their children go to school with yours, they and their spouses are your coworkers; you pass each other on the street every day.
And just think: You, your company and your friends will have the chance of a lifetime to be part of something truly courageous!
There are so many ways to participate at this two-day event and during the months leading up to it. This packet outlines some of those ways. However, if you have additional adventurous or innovative fundraising ideas, please feel free to discuss
them with Donielle DeLeon at (818) 884-8808.
And here’s the most important thing of all: 100% of the funds you raise will go to build homes for veteran families in North Los Angeles County. #HabitatVeterans All we ask is that you join us and... Go Over the Edge for Veterans.
|WHO||Anybody daring enough to make a difference|
|WHAT||Rappel down from the roof of the 25-story UNIVERSAL HILTON HOTEL located at the world-famous and iconic Universal Studios Hollywood|
|WHERE||Hilton Universal City
555 Universal Hollywood Dr.
Universal City, CA 91608
|WHEN||October 6 & 7, 2016|
|WHY||ALL proceeds go directly towards the construction of new homes and social services for low-income Veterans and their families.|