The North Fork Chapter held a Summer Sunset barbeque and fundraiser on the evening of September 12th at Founders Landing in Southold. Les Scheinfeld the Director of Development at Habitat for Humanity attended the event to help support the fundraiser. The event had an outstanding turn out and raised a total of $2,500 toward the demolition of an existing structure and construction of a brand new home in Orient.
The new Orient home will be the first Habitat project in Southold Town. Suffolk County offered the property to Southold Town in March and has since provided $10,000 in funding for the project through a Community Block Grant.
The North Fork Chapter of LIBOR was organized in the Fall of 2012 to better serve realtors in this unique area. The Chapter encompasses some of Long Island’s most unspoiled geography with its wineries, farmland, boating and recreational offerings. Its members service a market of primary and vacation homes as well as land sales for various development opportunities.
Thank you to all North Fork members for your support and contributions for the Habitat For Humanity fundraiser.
We are looking for local contactors, sponsors, workers or anyone who would like to help benefit a local family in need in Southold Township. If you are interested please contact the Director of Development at Habitat for Humanity, Les Scheinfeld 631-HABITAT 631-422-4828 Ext. 105 or [email protected]
If you are interested in applying please visit habitatsuffolk.org for more information.