Designer ‘She Shed’ raffle for Habitat for Humanity
Doing good for the community doesn’t always have to be hard.
You’ve probably heard of a ‘man cave’, but have you ever heard of a ‘she shed?’ This recent trend takes normal sheds and turns them into a little oasis and now you have a chance to win one of these trendy shacks and give back to the community. Designer Holly Lemoine Raymond said, “So, I love this project because it is about the community and it is about the veterans and the elderly in Hancock County and Pearl River. This is right here at home so it means a lot to me because I know what it is going to.”
Habitat for Humanity partnered up with local designer Holly Lemoine Raymond to raffle off this ‘she shed’ to raise money for their cause. Habitat for Humanity Director of Construction and Community Chris Hansen said, “This is just a neat new aspect, a neat new way, and a different idea to give back and to raffle this thing off and really give back to the community.”
The designer of this ‘she shed’ said it’s not just for women. She purposely made the designs look unisex so anyone can enjoy it. Holly says making this shed really was a community effort. She used recycled materials from local places to make the shed. “You’re not just giving, but you’re getting something back. That means something to the whole community.”
If you would like to enter the raffle go online to go.rallyup.com/habitatraffle. “For $20 you get ten tickets or for $100 you get 60 tickets which is a lot. We are going to be raffling it off on the 19th at noon, but you have until the 18th at midnight to be able to enter,” said Lemoine Raymond.