Newport, OR (March 1, 2023) — Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln County (HFHLC) is excited to announce their first annual Home & Garden Show coming this spring. The public is invited to participate as vendors, sponsors, shoppers, and volunteers. Local small and large businesses in the home and garden industries will be featured at the show, with artists and home décor also represented. The one day event includes an auction, raffle, education, entertainment, and more.
The Home & Garden Show is made possible through a partnership with Chinook Winds Casino & Resort in Lincoln City, where the event will be held on Saturday, May 27th, from 10 am – 6 pm. All proceeds from the Home & Garden Show will directly support Habitat for Humanity’s mission. We build strength, stability, self-reliance, and shelter for low-income households through homeownership opportunities, home repairs, and disaster recovery support.
We construct or rehab homes in partnership with volunteers, using discounted and donated materials and services, and sell the homes to eligible families with affordable mortgages. We provide home repairs for low-income homeowners to improve safety and accessibility, allowing residents to remain in their homes and age in place.
Support for the Home & Garden Show will increase access to affordable housing in Lincoln County.
Interested vendors and/or sponsors can register using the online form or mail the application and check to HFHLC, PO Box 1311, Newport, OR 97365.
For more information, visit www.habitatlincoln.org.
If you or your business would like to become a vendor or sponsor, donate for our auction or raffle, or participate in making this event a success, please contact our Development Specialist, Heather Shepherd, M.A. by emailing email@example.com or calling (541)574-4437.
About Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln County
Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln County is a non-profit organization building homes, community, and hope. We bring together volunteers and community resources to build new residential housing and refurbish existing structures, then sell them to low-income families with an affordable mortgage that meets their income level. We also provide home repairs for low-income families to improve safety and accessibility, helping extend the life of the home and allowing owners to age in place.
HFHLC’s ReStores accept donations of building materials, furniture, and appliances, and offers them to the community at a low cost. The ReStores provide much needed program revenue and divert usable and recyclable materials from our local landfill.