Home & Garden Show Announces New Partnership with Habitat for Humanity in 2020
Habitat for Humanity Contact:
Victoria McCallister, Community Engagement Manager Office | 260.422.4828 x 311 Cell | 260.341.3729 firstname.lastname@example.org
FORT WAYNE, IN – The Fort Wayne Home & Garden Show is proud to begin a new chapter in giving back to the community. They have selected Habitat for Humanity of Greater Fort Wayne as their charitable partner for the 2020 show.
A portion of ticket proceeds/ revenue will be donated to Habitat to build a show sponsored home for a qualified Habitat family in our community during the 2020 build season. Both organizations are working with show exhibitors to contribute donations of materials, labor and more.
The build will take place in the newly developed Victoria Lakes Neighborhood of New Haven this Spring. The Home and Garden show is excited to support Habitat this year! Be sure to stop by the Habitat display at the show to learn how you can help this year.
WHAT: 2020 Home & Garden Show
WHEN: February 27- March 1, 2020
WHERE: War Memorial Coliseum
About Home & Garden Show
Fort Wayne Shows was founded in 1973 by Ernie Kerns. Ernie’s daughter, Karen Tejera, led the show from 2003 to 2019. Now in 3rd generation leadership, Karen’s daughter Becky Williamson takes them helm for 2020 and beyond! The Fort Wayne Home & Garden Show features 600+ exhibitors each year and serves as the largest home improvement event in the tri-state area!
For more information about the show, visit Home-GardenShow.com
About Habitat for Humanity of Greater Fort Wayne
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Fort Wayne is a nonprofit, non-denominational Christian housing ministry uniting volunteers and local investors with qualified families to provide the opportunity of affordable homeownership in Allen, Huntington, and Wells counties. The result of a merger between Fort Wayne Habitat for Humanity, Huntington & Wells county in 2017, Greater Fort Wayne Habitat has provided sustainable homeownership to more than 244 families in the region in the past 33 years. Visit habitatgfw.com for more information on services and locations.