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Join the Conversation on Twitter for Habitat for Humanity Sept. 26

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On September 28, 2017, the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles will Honor “Sugar” Ray Leonard, Luc Robitaille and Morley Builders at the 2017 Los Angeles Builders Ball® at the Beverly Hilton

Celebrities supporting and attending include: Apryl Jones, Crystal Hunt, Kate Linder, Charley Koontz, Lisa LoCicero, Tina Knowles-Lawson, Tonya Banks, Victoria Summer, Jax Taylor, Tom Schwartz , Alex Rose Wiesel, Breegan Jane, Gary Catona, Afiya Bennett, Dr. Peyman Gravori, Trina McGee, Laura Linda Bradley, Angelique Bates, Kevontay Jackson, Kennedy Summers, Tarek El Moussa, Tara Reid

Join the Conversation! Twitter Party on September 26, 2017

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles’ Los Angeles Builders Ball® Twitter Chat Information

Join in for their Los Angeles Builders Ball® Twitter Chat on September 26, 2017 to help us spread awareness about how everyone can be a part of Building a Greater Los Angeles.

Follow Moderator: Jaclyn Mullen, click here: @JaclynMullen

Habitat handle, click here: @HabitatLA

Event Hashtag: #LosAngelesBuildersBall

Habitat for Humanity Greater Los Angeles


Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles (Habitat LA) brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. As the top nonprofit homebuilder in the greater Los Angeles area with five consecutive Charity Navigator 4-Star ratings, Habitat LA has partnered with volunteers, donors and Habitat homeowners to build, renovate and repair more than 1,300 homes locally and worldwide since 1990.

The lives of thousands of individuals have been transformed as a result of having a decent and affordable place to call home. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes and pay an affordable mortgage. By supporting Habitat LA through volunteerism, donations and supporting affordable housing, everyone can help families achieve the stability and self-reliance they need to build a better future. To learn more, visit www.habitatla.org

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