Raffle items include a chocolate lab puppy that was donated by Leigh Marcus of ReMax Associates. File photo
Alspaugh Ace Hardware in Kingwood donated the grill that looks akin to a green egg to HAAM, according to a press release from the Chamber. The fundraiser is the only major fundraiser for the ministries. Insperity is also a sponsor.
The event will take place at 6:30 p.m. at the Clubs of Kingwood. The grill's estimated value is $1,100.
“No more than 200 raffle tickets will be sold and you don’t have to be present to win,” event coordinator Diana Hertzenberg said. “Tickets are $20 each or six for $100.”
Proceeds will directy benefit the ministries, which were founded in 1990 by a coalition of area churches and organizations to help community residents become self-sufficient.
Contact Hertzenberg for the raffle tickets or purchase them on the night of the banquet.