C-Suite Execs and Business Leaders to partner with a local family to build a home and hope.
Palm Beach County, FL – August 8, 2022 – Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County’s annual CEO Build will be held on October 13 and 14 in Delray Beach, Florida. The organization is introducing a new opportunity for executives and corporate leaders to partner with a local Habitat family to build strength, stability, and self-reliance through affordable homeownership. Donors in the new Founder’s Circle and Elite Leadership Circle sponsorship levels can participate in a reserved, high-profile and limited build shift with exclusive benefits for the builders and their companies.
Habitat for Humanity of SPBC is proud to announce that CEO Build 2022 is presented by CP Group and Rack Electric, and sponsored by South Florida Business & Wealth, Vertical Bridge, Moraca Builders, Capitol Lighting, Berkadia Commercial Mortgage, El-Ad National Properties, Mainstreet Capital Partners, Akel Homes, Boca Raton Airport Authority, GRS Community Management, Law Offices of L.H. Lodge, P.A., Las Olas Capital Advisors, LLC, and more. CEO Build is an annual fundraising event where C-Suite executives and business leaders volunteer to build alongside a local family. It is a transformative experience not just for the Habitat partner family but for the CEO builders too. In addition, this event provides a unique networking opportunity, high corporate visibility, and concrete opportunities for employee engagement.
“Home means to me, safety. You often hear a home is where you hang your hat, but I think home is where you can rest, you feel safe, you can be yourself, you can put your head down at night and go to sleep.” – Angelo Bianco, Managing Partner, CP Group, CEO Build 2022 Co-Chair & Sponsor
“Home is really where you make it. It’s being with your family, having four walls and a roof, and getting an opportunity to spend time with the ones that you love.” – Jesse Rack, VP, Rack Electric, CEO Build 2022 Co-Chair Sponsor
The event’s co-chairs, Angelo Bianco, Managing Partner at CP Group, and Jesse Rack, Vice President at Rack Electric invite fellow business leaders in the community to join them to build a home in partnership with a family in need of safe, decent, and affordable housing. No construction experience is necessary.
Introducing CEO Build Founder’s Circle and Elite Leadership Circle Sponsorship Levels
Habitat for Humanity of SPBC is excited to introduce CEO Build Founder’s Circle and Elite Leadership Circle sponsorship levels:
requires a minimum $20,000 commitment for the Founder’s Circle and a minimum of $10,000 for the Elite Leadership Circle
limited to 20 builders
builders will participate in a reserved Friday, October 14th morning shift
enjoy exclusive benefits for the builder and their company including a kickoff party on September 8
Other available participation opportunities:
choice of morning or afternoon shift on Thursday, October 13
minimum $2,500 financial commitment
Committed Founder’s Circle and Elite Leadership Circle members include:
Angelo Bianco, Managing Partner, CP Group
Jesse Rack, VP, Rack Electric
Tom Moraca, President, Moraca Builders
Kenneth Lebersfeld, President, Capitol Lighting
Kim Sarni, Managing Director, South Florida Business & Wealth
CEO Build Kickoff Party CP Group will sponsor the 2022 CEO Build Kickoff Party for committed builders, sponsors, and those interested in joining. The event will take place on Thursday, September 8 where attendees will have an opportunity to network and learn more about how leadership in action can help build homes, communities and hope.
CEO Build Sponsorship & Registration To participate, sponsor, join the Founder’s or Elite Leadership Circle, contact Danielle Iverson at email@example.com or to make a donation to support CEO Build,click here.
About Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County
Habitat for Humanity of South Palm Beach County (HFHSPBC) is a 501(c)(3) organization and an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International. The nonprofit was founded in 1991 and serves low-income families, veterans, and seniors in the cities of Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, and Boca Raton, Florida.