2015 In the News
Affordable Housing Gala Honorary Co-Chairs Announced - Santa Barbara Independent
Posted on 10/06/2015
Peoples’ Self-Help Housing 45th Anniversary Gala Honorary Committee Co-Chairs: From left, Richard Heimberg and Karen Schloss Heimberg; and Alyce and David Boyd.
Santa Barbara, Sept. 30, 2015 – Peoples’ Self-Help Housing is proud to announce the honorary co-chairs for its 45th Anniversary gala dinner and auction, the Central Coast Taste of Hope, to be held Nov. 13.
Husband and wife David and Alyce Boyd, and husband and wife Richard Heimberg and Karen Schloss Heimberg will serve as honorary co-chairs for the special event at the Santa Barbara Historical Museum in celebration of PSHH providing affordable housing on the Central Coast for 45 years. The gala and auction will benefit PSHH’s mission to provide affordable housing and programs leading to self-sufficiency for low-income families, seniors and other special needs groups on California’s Central Coast.
The full Honorary Committee includes Dennis and Jenny Allen, Rona Barrett, Ed and Sue Birch, Vince Cabalero, Allan Ghitterman and Hon. Susan Rose, Pamela Dillman Haskell, Pete and Gerd Jordano, Bobbi Kroot, George Leis, Pam Maines, Archie McLaren, Natalie Orfalea, Lady Leslie Ridley-Tree, Sister Kathleen Patrice, Katrina Rogers, Gerry and Bobbi Rubin, Anne and Michael Towbes, and Dick Weinberger.
PSHH is requesting charitable donations of wine, gift certificates and other merchandise for the silent auction that will be held at the 45th Anniversary event. Sponsorships and event tickets are available at www.pshhc.org; click on the “Taste of Hope” logo.
Call Rochelle Rose at 699-7227 or Monica Scholl at (805) 699-7220 or email email@example.com for more information or for donation pick up if needed. Visit pshhc.org for more.
45th Anniversary Celebration
Friday, Nov. 13, 2015 - 5 – 8:30 pm
Santa Barbara Historical Museum, 136 E. De la Guerra St.
Founded in 1970, PSHH is an award winning non-profit organization that develops affordable housing and community facilities for low-income households and homeownership opportunities for working families and special needs populations, such as seniors, veterans, the disabled, and the formerly homeless. With 1,200 self-help homes completed and nearly 1,600 rental units developed, PSHH is the largest affordable housing developer on the Central Coast, with offices in Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo. For more information on Peoples’ Self-Help Housing, visit www.pshhc.org, firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (805) 781-3088.
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