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Hops for Habitat

NEWS RELEASE
 
Contact:
Michelle Robinson
Habitat for Humanity York County
(207) 985-4850
development@habitatyorkcounty.org
 
 
Habitat for Humanity York County partners with Portside Real Estate Group and York County breweries to build a home in Cape Porpoise
 
Kennebunk, ME, August 4, 2021
 
Habitat for Humanity York County is excited to announce our collaboration with Portside Real Estate Group and York County breweries to host Hops for Habitat. This partnership will help raise funds for create affordable homes in York County.
 
Habitat, along with our partners, has created a Beer Passport with 12 local breweries. The Hops for Habitat Beer Passport encourages people to support small brewers and bar owners to help Habitat York County build homes in partnership with our neighbors in need.   The passport will go on sale August 4th for $50, which goes directly to Habitat. Sales are limited to 150 passports. Passport holders can go to each of the breweries through the end of October and get a draft beer via their Passport! Visit the ReStore in Kennebunk or our website to purchase while supplies last.
 
“Giving back to the community is one of our company’s core values- we are thrilled to partner with Habitat for Humanity York County to continue to push its mission forward and support the incredible work Habitat provides our community." Jessica Nason with Portside Real Estate Group.
 
Visit our website for more information – www.habitatyorkcounty.org.
 
 
 
About Habitat for Humanity York County
HFHYC partners with local, low-income families in York County who show a demonstrated need for safe, affordable housing, a willingness to partner by completing “sweat equity” in the building of their own homes or the homes of other Habitat families, and the ability to repay an affordable mortgage. Homes are constructed using volunteer labor, donated materials, and funds, and when completed the homeowners’ mortgage payments are recycled to support the construction of future Habitat for Humanity homes.