Casino Night is May 3

C’mon out to MBIA’s Casino Night! 

Hosted by MBIA’s Remodelers Council.  It is sure to be a fun and exciting evening for charity! 

When:
Thursday, May 03, 2018 
5:30 PM – 8:30 AM EST

Where:
Martins West 
6817 Dogwood Road 
Baltimore, MD 21244
 

REGISTER HERE

Try your luck at Black Jack, Roulette, Craps, Texas Hold’em or give the Big Wheel a Spin! 

Proceeds to benefit Home Builders Care Foundation, Inc. 

Prizes will be awarded to the evening’s top winners!

Have a prize to donate to the cause? Our donation form is here! http://hbcf.org/CasinoNightPrizeDonationForm.pdf

Bull & Oyster Roast – NEW DATE June 28

Support your foundation by sponsoring and/or attending Home Builders Care’s annual fundraising event, featuring a fabulous bull & oyster menu with plenty of beverages, music, and fun. 

At the event we will present the 2018 Robert L. Mitchell FoundersAward to an outstanding MBIA member and community leader – to be announced! 


MBIA’s Professional Women in Business Council will also host their annual clothing drive at the event. 

Thursday, June 28 

5:30 pm – 8:00 pm 

at Ruppert Landscape in Laytonsville 


Sponsorship Levels range from $250 – $5,000. Individual Tickets are $95. 

***   Click Here to register.  ***


All proceeds from this annual fundraiser support the Home Builders Care Foundation and our mission to build for the homeless and others in crisis through shelter-related construction and community service in jurisdictions served by MBIA.    Take part!  


HBCF News Updates Now in BUILD Maryland magazine

Starting in 2018, updates on the good works and happenings of the Home Builders Care can be found inside the BUILD Maryland magazine, published bi-monthly by the Maryland Building Industry Association.

News will also be available on our blog –  here is the latest from the March/April issue:

The Mortgage is Burned

On November 30 2017, the HBCF board officially celebrated the end of its Make It Burn campaign. The naming rights on all upstairs offices have been sold. The final list of inaugural donors to be listed on signage in our lobby is complete.  Click to view the complete list of Top Level Maryland Center for Housing Donors.
Thank you to Howard Perlow and Roger Lebbin for leading our 2017 mortgage burning campaign and thank you to everyone who has donated to the Maryland Center for Housing over the past few years. Your investment in the mission of our foundation and association is commendable. We can’t thank you enough.
15th Annual Holiday Toy Drive Helps Homeless Children at Sarah’s House
Thank you to our industry friends who helped spread some joy this past holiday season to families in need. Your generous donations of toys that were collected at MBIA events in December and dropped off at the Maryland Center for Housing were given to children at Sarah’s House in Fort Meade Maryland. Just before Christmas, the MBIA staff delivered close to 30 large sacks of gifts – enough to six five SUVs. Wonderful!

Sarah’s House is a supportive housing program offering emergency shelter and project-based supportive housing with an array of other services for families experiencing homelessness in Anne Arundel County.
HBCF Installs New President for 2018
Mr. Michael Karns, Vice-President of Purchasing, Design and Research at WinchesterHomes recently took office as HBCF’s President and he is ready to lead the Foundation into another productive year of giving back to the community through charitable construction. Mike is a University of Maryland graduate and has been active on the HBCF board since 2012. Come meet him at BuilderMart!




FIL Council to Help with UCF House Project in Baltimore
The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults is building “a home away from home for young adult cancer patients and their families” and MBIA’s Future IndustryLeaders (FIL) Council is doing what it can to help.  In December, FIL members Adam Van Bavel with O’Neil Interactive and Jeff Barba of Emerald Builders joined with HBCF to tour the site and learn more about UCF’s project needs. 
The future UCF House, located near Johns Hopkins Medical Campus and Hospital, will provide a supportive housing community for young adults while they are undergoing treatment. The project – a renovation of 6 row homes into a multi-dimensional facility with 9 family suites – is already underway. Stay tuned for updates in 2018.