Annual Cornerstone Society Donor Reception
Parker Metal Building
333 W Ostend St.
Baltimore, MD 21230
Free parking is available onsite.
Thursday, October 12, 2023
Cocktail Hour: 5:00 – 6:30 PM
Reception Begins 6:30 PM
Festive or Business Casual attire requested.
RSVPs are closed
Thank you to those who registered to join us for our special evening celebrating the change makers who help us build homes, communities and hope.
Registration for this event is now closed.
Please contact Leslie Clarke at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or concerns.
Remembering those we lost
Habitat Chesapeake sends its sincerest condolences to the families of these incredible individuals who led the way and inspired us in our mission: Matt Herzberg, William “Bill” Schroeder, and LaVerne Stokes.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the event located?
Habitat Chesapeake is excited to invite attendees to The Winslow, located in the Parker Metal Building at 333 W. Ostend Street, Baltimore, MD 21230. Plenty of free parking is available onsite.
Does the event take place indoors?
Yes. This event will take place indoors and will be rain or shine.
I'd like to invite a guest. How do I register them?
You are certainly welcome to bring a guest! Please ensure that they register separately so we can save them a seat. After submitting your own RSVP, please refresh this page and submit again using your guest’s name and email to register them.
Is there parking?
Yes! The Winslow has plenty of free parking in a dedicated lot just outside the venue.
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 At The Winslow
New venue alert! Welcome to the Winslow, located in the Parker Metal Building at 333 W. Ostend Street, Baltimore. Located adjacent to the M&T Ravens Stadium and just off the I-95, this beautifully renovated historic building combines industrial chic with comfortable glamour for an unforgettable evening.
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.
Maryland Comptroller Brooke Lierman will be joining us as a special guest. Brooke Lierman is a mom, civil rights attorney, and the first woman Comptroller of the State of Maryland. After serving for eight years as a State Delegate representing part of Baltimore City, she gave up her seat to run to be our state’s elected CFO.
Bronson Hoover is a touring keyboard player, bass player, drummer, artist, and songwriter. He has performed with Buddy Guy, Anson Funderburgh, and Ron Holloway, and he’s shared the stage with the likes of ZZ Top, Parliament/Funkadelic, Eric Gales, and more. Bronson is also a host for the Baltimore Underground Radio Podcast.
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.
Bert Hash Community Partner of the Year: Community Development Network of Maryland & Claudia Wilson-Randall
Corporate Partner of the Year: Northrop Grumman (including Dave Korb, Kim Kreitner, Darian Porter-James)
HabiCorps Supporter of the Year: Aerotek
Foundation Supporter of the Year: James Riepe Family Foundation
Government Partner of the Year: Brooke Lierman, Comptroller of Maryland
Impact Partner of the Year: The Skip Viragh Family Foundation
In-Kind Donor of the Year: ICF Home Sponsors including Vulcan Materials Company, BuildBlock, NRMCA, Chaney Enterprises, Andrews Equipment Co., Inc., and MRMCA
Individual Donor of the Year: Benton & Barbara Schaub
ReStore Partner of the Year: Appliances Distributors Unlimited
Youth Partner of the Year: Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School
As always, our mission would not be possible without the many voices that continue to bring homes to families and individuals across central Maryland.
Orioles at Ward St
After clearing the debris and breaking ground, we called on The Baltimore Orioles to take a break from the chaos of Baseball season and take a swing at construction! With the support of The Orange & Black Gives Back employee volunteer program and The Orioles Wives, The O’s swapped their helmets for hardhats and swung into action on the 1100 block of Ward.
As Francine cut the ribbon to cheers from friends, Habitat staff, supporters, and even a group of high school volunteer from out of state, she marked the start of a homeownership journey long in the making. The youngest of nine, Francine grew up in Baltimore and experienced housing instability from an early age. Now, after earning degrees at BCCC and University of Baltimore, she works as an addiction counselor, and is vocal about her desire to be a committed homeowner and give back.
Our First ICF Home
Built in partnership with the National Ready Mix Concrete Association’s (NRMCA) “Build With Strength” coalition, this home was Habitat Chesapeake’s first home built with ICFs, or insulating concrete forms, a kind of sustainable and strong building technology. Alongside representatives from BuildBlocks ICFs and the ICF Manufacturers Association (ICFMA), as well as local supporters, this dedication also celebrated the very first ICF home in Baltimore County.
“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