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Welcome to the next great gala fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity, Vegas in Venice!

Saturday, May 18 from 6 pm to 12 pm

We have an action packed evening planned with lots of entertainment and great food and wine. Your ticket includes the following:

  • Welcome drink

  • 3 course Italian dinner with Italian wines (premium wines available for purchase)

  • Open Bar

  • Entertainment throughout the evening

  • 20 casino chips (additional chips available for sale)

  • Photo booth to capture your memorable evening

We will also have a silent auction, live auction and raffles for sale to win some great prizes! We will be accepting credit cards.

Price per ticket $500 or tables of 10 for $5,000

To register for the event, please click here:  VEGAS IN VENICE REGISTRATION

We want to thank our sponsors for making this amazing evening possible:

Key Sponsor
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Events

To contact us about events or fundraising, please email Sandra Christensen at sandrac@habitat.bm

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In The News

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Ark crew gets painting at former rectory project

March 24, 2024

 

A group of underwriters from Ark Bermuda picked up paintbrushes to help turn a former church rectory in Sandys into a residential-treatment centre.

The team took part in a project that will result in the transformation of the old St James’s Church rectory — Bridge House — into a facility for community-based housing, programmes and support for people with mental-health challenges.

 

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Fidelis MGU staff help at former rectory project

March 6, 2024

More than 30 members of staff from Fidelis MGU recently lent hands-on support to turn a former church rectory in Sandys into a residential treatment centre.

As the project reaches its final stages, the volunteers sanded walls and woodwork in preparation for painting.

The old St James’s Church rectory — Bridge House — is to be repurposed as a facility for community-based housing, programmes and support for people with mental-health challenges.

For the full story click here

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Reinsurance staff roll up sleeves for renovation project

January 20, 2024

An “energetic” team from a reinsurance company lent helping hands to a project that will turn a former church rectory in Sandys into a residential treatment centre.

Employees of Talcott Re were involved in sanding and refinishing wooden doors, window frames and railings at the listed building.

The old St James’s Church rectory — Bridge House — is to be repurposed as a facility for community-based housing, programmes and support for people with mental-health challenges.

For the full story click here

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Reinsurance workers help at treatment centre project

November 8, 2023

An “energetic” group of volunteers picked up paintbrushes and tools and lent their support to a project that will turn a former church rectory into a residential treatment centre.

More than 30 members of staff from MS Reinsurance were involved at the old St James Church rectory in Sandys. They painted a building and landscaped the extensive grounds.

The renovation project will create a purpose-designed space for around-the-clock care for patients with long-term mental-health conditions.

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ReStore appoints manager as shop enjoys runaway success

August 14, 2023

The appointment of a dedicated manager at a Front Street shop that sells second-hand goods was said to be testament to its success.

Sandra Warner took up the post at ReStore, which was opened by Habitat for Humanity of Bermuda three years ago.

A spokeswoman for the home renovations charity said: “Sandra has been working for Habitat since 2019 and has been responsible for almost every aspect of the operation throughout her tenure.”

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Charity may offer lifeline to threatened listed home

July 19, 2023

A government-owned historical property at risk of being demolished after being left derelict five years ago has been thrown a possible lifeline.

Habitat for Humanity, a charity that provides affordable housing to the needy, may consider renting the property if it can negotiate favourable terms with the Government.

Sheelagh Cooper, chairwoman of the board of the charity Habitat for Humanity, said that the organisation had originally submitted a proposal to Government to renovate the property shortly after it was abandoned in 2018.

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