The Historic Clifton Mansion
2701 St Lo Drive
Baltimore, MD 21213
Free parking is available onsite.
Wednesday, October 26, 2022
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Festive or Business Casual attire requested.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the location the same?
Yes. The Coming Home Annual Cornerstone Society Donor Reception will still take place at the Historic Clifton Mansion (2701 St. Lo Drive Baltimore, MD 21213) from 6-9pm. The rescheduled date for the event is Wednesday, October 26, 2022.
I can't attend the new date. What should I do?
If you are unable to attend the Coming Home Annual Cornerstone Society Donor Reception on Wednesday, October 26, 2022 we kindly ask that you update your RSVP by completing the short form linked below.
Does the event take place outdoors?
Yes. The Coming Home Annual Cornerstone Society Donor Event will take place outdoors on the lawn of the historic Clifton Mansion. The festivities will take place under tent and over covered veranda. Restroom are accessible from inside the mansion.
I'd like to invite a guest. How do I register them?
You are certainly welcome to bring a guest. You may update your registration to include your guest by following the link below.
I have additional questions. Who should I contact?
For additional questions please contact Leslie Clarke, Marketing and Events Manager at email@example.com or via phone at (410) 710-8514.
By The Numbers
Habitat Chesapeake celebrates 40 years of partnerships with the communities we serve, helping build wealth across generations, healthier families, and higher property values in addition to safe and affordable homes.
Join us for a special outdoor event celebrating the change makers who help us build homes, communities and hope.
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Celebrate With Us at the Clifton Mansion
Welcome to the historic Clifton Mansion, where you will be surrounded by Baltimore’s lesser known history. Once Johns Hopkins’ country home, parts of the mansion have been restored to their original glory. Experience this hidden city gem and enjoy our outdoors event on the lawn and veranda.
Tom Hall is the host of Midday, the highly rated news and public policy program that features interviews with elected officials, community leaders, as well as thought provoking authors, artists, researchers, journalists, and scholars from around the world.
Todd Marcus Trio
Baltimore bass clarinetist, composer and arranger Todd Marcus plays regular performances in Baltimore, D.C., New York, and Philadelphia as well as international performances and radio play.
Coming Home Award Recipients
Thank you to the incredible partners that have made this year and the past 40 years of Habitat Chesapeake’s mission possible. Join us as we highlight their work during a brief awards ceremony during our annual reception.
- Steven Buck Committee Volunteer: Scott Wingrat
- Bert Hash Community Partner: Precious Fraling (posthumously)
- Bert Hash Community Partner: Phyllis Gilmore
- Corporate Donor: PRIME Engineering
- Faith Partner: Glen Mar United Methodist Church
- Foundation Supporter: Jim Riepe
- Government Partner: Senator Cory McCray
- Individual Donor: Suzanne Mason
- In-Kind Donor: Hord Coplan Macht
- Youth Partner: Scott Rundle (of Broadneck High School)
- ReStore Partner: Atlas Tile
- Lifetime Achievement Award: Stanley Black & Decker
- Lifetime Achievement Award: Steve Buck
- Lifetime Achievement Award: The Orokawa Foundation, Inc.
- Lifetime Achievement Award: BGE
Celebrating 40 Years
Habitat Chesapeake is celebrating a very special milestone this year: 40 years!
Join us as we highlight the many voices that continue to bring homes to families and individuals across central Maryland.
When Jane bought her Habitat home in Sandtown-Winchester, she didn’t know that she was buying so much more than a house. She couldn’t have known that this home on Leslie Street would become a meeting place for all her friends, family, and neighbors, and eventually be handed down to her children. Last summer, she paid off her mortgage on her home.
Executive Director, Community Development Network
Community advocates like the Community Development Network of Maryland help bring affordable housing to the forefront of policy initiatives and raise awareness for housing as a foundational community asset. Claudia Wilson Randall, Executive Director of CDN, sat down with Habitat Chesapeake to discuss the critical role that housing plays in community advocacy.
Broadneck High School Habitat Club
Volunteering with Habitat is more than just a weekend of fun service for the Broadneck High School Habitat Club. For this teacher and his students, it’s a tradition over 15 years in the making. Listen to our podcast episode to learn about Scott Rundle, a math teacher at Broadneck High School in Annapolis, who took charge of the school’s Habitat Club in 2008 and has since led students in building homes and communities all across the country.
“It was a great sense of joy just to see everybody on the block, because all of our homes got dedicated at the same time. Just seeing all the families together celebrating was an amazing feeling. It just reminded me that it wasn’t just about me at that moment – it was the beginning of something great for the entire block.”
“It’s great to say that it’s your own. Wow, I accomplished this. I didn’t know that I could do it on my own. I didn’t know that I was able. Habitat has shown me that I can.”
Questions? Contact Leslie Clarke at firstname.lastname@example.org