READING, PA – The Third Annual Birdhouse Challenge organized by Habitat for Humanity of Berks County, will take place on Tuesday March 20th, at the Doubletree Hotel in Reading, PA from 5:30-8:30 pm. 100% of the proceeds from the event will benefit Habitat for Humanity of Berks County’s mission of neighborhood revitalization via home ownership.
Tickets include full access to the event, meet and greet with a live screech owl, 2-hour open bar, live and silent auction, hors d’oeuvres, live music, and a photo booth. Tickets are available for purchase through our website, www.habitatberks.org.
Sponsorship opportunities are available for businesses who are interested. In addition, birdhouses created by individuals, organizations, and companies, will be on display at the Doubletree Hotel in Reading from March 1st through the 20th.
This year’s sponsors include Grande Construction, Approved Mortgage Group, West Lawn Quoiting Club, Riverview Bank, Customer’s Bank, Metropolitan Management Group, East Penn Manufacturing, Riverfront Federal Credit Union, Berks Digital, Rieck’s Printing, Reading Royals, Reading Area Community College, GMI First Inc., Empire, Willoghbys, Home Point Financial, Spayd’s Nursery, Custom Milling, Green Hills Lumber, and Weidner Sweigert Electric & more.
The live auction includes over 20 unique birdhouses, and the silent auction will include a variety of large baskets with themes including beer and pretzels, martinis, wine, coffee, restaurants, and spa packages. The winner of the Birdhouse Challenge will also receive a gift hamper and recognition in our quarterly newsletter.
Habitat for Humanity of Berks County is a 501 (c) 3 organization that provides a first-time home ownership program. Our vision of giving a “hand up” rather than a “hand out” has helped many families in Berks county achieve their dreams of owning a home. Recent success stories include 140 Oley Street, a house remodeled by Habitat, which has been occupied by the De La Paz family since June. Current projects include 638, 648, and 666 Tulpehocken Street, and future endeavors include the Buttonwood Gateway project.