Palouse Habitat for Humanity’s annual fundraiser dinner and auction, Beans ‘n’ Jeans, will be a hybrid event this year, offering both in-person and online options.
The in-person event starts at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, April 16, at the SEL Event Center in Pullman, and will feature a short program, live auction, dessert dash, prizes, cash bar, dinner by Thresh Catering and wine by Merry Cellars for the sponsored tables. The live event will be broadcast via Zoom for those who prefer to pick up a boxed to-go dinner and join remotely. Pullman Mayor Glenn Johnson will serve as master of ceremonies. The silent auction will be online April 8-16.
Visit palousehabitat.org for more details, including COVID protocols, to donate auction items, register for the auction or purchase tickets.
Many thanks to our event sponsor: Good Deeds Mortgage; and home builder sponsors: Avista, Banner Bank, Idaho Central Credit Union, Ray Wallace Home Loans with HomeBridge Financial, Washington Trust Bank and WSECU.
“Palouse Habitat counts on Beans ‘n’ Jeans to raise the funds needed to build each Habitat home. We qualified for a $20,000 grant from the city of Moscow, but still need to raise $151,000 to finish the home,” shared Jennifer Wallace, Palouse HFH Executive Director. “It takes a community to build a Habitat home. We receive no outside funding. All funds raised are spent locally, buying building materials, hiring local contractors. We are so thankful to this supportive community. With your help, Habitat has kept building through these two crazy years. We hope you’ll turn out again to help build the Martinez home.”