Help Remodel Wisconsin Cancer Patient's Lives. Attend the NARI Lombardi Cancer House Fundraiser.
In addition to the annual Tour of Remodeled Homes, which highlights the great work Milwaukee NARI members do, we’re hosting a “NARI Lombardi Cancer House” on Friday, May 19. The fundraiser will have hors d’ oeuvres, beverages, an inside peek at an almost million dollar whole-house remodel (which is pretty amazing), and our friend, former Packer Santana Dotson will be joining, us in addition to radio emcees Gary Ellerson and Mike McGivern. In addition, there will be valet, music, networking and of course, good company.
Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation (VLCF) and the Milwaukee Chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) have established a partnership with the “NARI Lombardi Cancer House,” an exclusive preview Fri., May 19, of a high-end remodeled home done by a NARI professional.
Hosting guests to raise awareness of cancer research through a private showing of a complete home remodel, the renovated home will be part of Milwaukee NARI’S annual Tour of Remodeled Homes Sat., May 20 - Sun., May 21.
Date | Friday, May 19
Location | NARI Lombardi Cancer House (a private residence) in Greendale, WI
Address given upon ticket purchase
Time | 6-9 p.m.
Tickets | $150 per person
Benefitting the Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation
Attire | Garden Cocktail
Parking | Valet Parking
Media interested in attending should email Lombardi.Foundation@aurora.org.
In addition to exclusive entry into the home, guests will have the opportunity to meet and mingle with Santana Dotson, who is a strong advocate for the Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation. Former Packer and current WSSP-AM 1250/105.7 The Fan radio host Gary Ellerson and Mike McGivern, also of WSSP, will be in attendance for the evening.
“The NARI team is helping us remodel the resources cancer patients in Wisconsin have,” said Erin Hareng, Executive Director of the Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation. “This partnership will provide a fun way for guests to reimagine how we can tackle cancer together.”
“Milwaukee NARI is honored that it has forged this partnership with the Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation, bringing two organizations that are committed to rebuilding lives together,” said Josh Brown, Milwaukee NARI President. “With an event such as the Lombardi House, we can raise awareness and support for the Foundation’s programs, while giving attendees an opportunity to experience what is possible when it comes to renovating their homes by using the talented and qualified craftsmen that comprise Milwaukee NARI.”
The 18th annual Tour of Remodeled Homes runs from May 20-21 and allows attendees to view recently improved and remodeled homes throughout southeast Wisconsin completed by Milwaukee NARI members. Visit www.milwaukeenari.org for more detailed information.