Adopt A House & Town of Babylon Present a Panel Discussion: Lifting Houses
DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND THIS EVENT HAS REACHED MAXIMUM CAPACITY. WE WILL ORGANIZE ANOTHER PANEL DISCUSSION WITHIN THE NEXT FEW WEEKS. PLEASE SIGN UP FOR OUR MAILING LIST AT WWW.ADOPTAHOUSE.ORG TO BE NOTIFIED. THANK YOU.
Adopt A House in Partnership with The Town of Babylon
Presents a Panel Discussion on Lifting Houses
A panel of experts will discuss the benefits of lifting your house and the process by which to do so in the Town of Babylon*, they will discuss ICC and "75/25" Hazard Mitigation Grants, how lifting is done, how to choose a contractor and more.
A breakout session immediately following will give attendees a chance to get more specific information from the officials of the Villages of Lindenhurst, Amityville and Babylon. Forms and other important information will be on hand.
In order to best utilize the time with our experts and our residents we have limited the attendence to 100 per session. If we have a demand for more sessions we will add accordingly.
When reserving your seat, please choose only one session.
Session 1, 6PM-7:30PM
Session 2, 8PM-9:30PM
You must have a ticket to attend this event, it is FREE for residents in need, and open to the public, thus we kindly request that if you are not a house in need you make a donation** towards those who do need help. To register with Adopt A House please visit our website: www.adoptahouse.org
*This event is open to residents of any municipality who would like to attend, but will focus on the requirements within the Town of Babylon and the Villages of Lindenhurst, Amityville and Babylon.
**The suggested $15 ticket fee is a donation to Adopt A House and goes directly to fund our programs for residents affected by Superstorm Sandy. Your generousity is appreciated.
Lindenhurst High School Cafeteria
300 Charles St
Adopt A House
Adopt A House is a 501(c)3 nonprofit agency and is dedicated to help re-build our local communities by bringing valuable information, solutions and financial assistance to Long Island residents affected by Super Storm Sandy and other emergency situations. Run entirely by volunteers, Adopt A House's simple mission is to support recovery for Long Island's South Shore by preparing and administering a comprehensive disaster aid and long term recovery program to individuals, families and the community. Adopt A House also contributes assistance to individuals in unfortunate emergency circumstances by easing financial burdens and offering help and guidance. We achieve this mission through multiple avenues, including, but not limited to: educational workshops, community outreach, programs for financial assistance, community service, and acting as liaison between elected officials and registered families. We are constantly striving to improve our ability to assess housing needs, improve community services and raise funds that go directly to registered families and our programs. http://www.adoptahouse.org/