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Virtual Women of Habitat Luncheon FAQs

Anna Skemp
Posted by Anna Skemp on 9:00 AM on October 20, 2020

The Virtual Women of Habitat Hope Builders Fundraising Luncheon is just around the corner! Join us on Thursday, October 22 and learn how a safe, stable home is a cornerstone of public health and a building block for racial equity.

You’ll have the unique opportunity to hear an engaging conversation between civil rights icon Dr. Josie Johnson, her granddaughter and activist Josie Duffy Rice, and former Minneapolis Mayor Sharon Sayles Belton. We hope you can join us! Head over to tchabitat.org/luncheon starting at 11:45 a.m. on Thursday to access the virtual event, which will start promptly at 12:00 p.m.

Before the event, make sure to download our Event Companion Guide. Read more about our speakers, learn about the Twin Cities historical racial disparities in housing, and see what steps you can take to build a community where every family has the opportunity to thrive.

Learn More and Sign Up

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I attend the event?

You can access the virtual event by visiting tchabitat.org/luncheon on Thursday, October 22 starting at 11:45 a.m. Be sure to sign on early so you're settled when the event begins promptly at noon.

For the best viewing experience, we recommend joining from a computer, but you'll also be able to view the event from a tablet or mobile device.

Visit the event page today to sign up for a reminder notification when the event is about to begin and easily add it to your calendar.

Does it cost anything?

This event is free! All you have to do to register is visit the event page and enter your email address. 

Who is this for?

All are welcome to virtually attend the luncheon! Homeownership remains out of reach for far too many families in our community. We have a lot of work to do, and we need everyone’s support to build a community where every family has the opportunity to thrive. 

What is an Event Ambassador?

Event Ambassadors are the backbone of the Women's Luncheon! They invite friends and family to attend the event and encourage them to give generously. When you sign up to be an Event Ambassador, you'll receive our Ambassador toolkit with everything you'll need, including instructions for creating and sharing your very own fundraising page. Plus, you'll receive a special thank-you gift from Habitat. It's never too late--sign up to be an Event Ambassador today!

Who will be speaking?

Three incredible women will be speaking at the virtual luncheon. Former Minneapolis Mayor and current Habitat board member Sharon Sayles Belton will moderate the conversation between civil rights icon Dr. Josie Johnson and her granddaughter and criminal justice activist Josie Duffy Rice. You won't want to miss their inspiring discussion.

You'll also hear from our President & CEO Chris Coleman, who will share how your gifts will support your neighbors.

What do my gifts go to?

Every dollar raised at the Luncheon goes to our At Home Fund to protect homeowners and multiply Habitat homeownership opportunities during this COVID-19 crisis. Home has never been more important, so your generosity is critical this year. 

I can’t tune in – how can I give now and watch later?

That's a great question! You can give here to support the At Home FundA video of the conversation will be available to view on our blog. Check back soon to see when the video link will be available. 

If you have a question that wasn't answered, please ask in the comments below and we'll respond!

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