Win a Handy(wo)man or a Chef!

Do you have a busy life?

Are there projects around the house that you just can't find the time for?

Would you enjoy a delicious professionally prepared meal?

Would you like to support the mission of Habitat for Humanity of Dutchess County?

Then, we have the PERFECT raffle for you!

Buy 3 chances to win with every $10 donation.

On Monday, April 30th, at the Habitat FORE Humanity Golf Tournament Dinner Banquet*, SIX winners will be selected.

One by one, they will select their choice from:

  • one homemade meal from a professional chef
  • 4 hours of service from professional plumbers
  • 2 hours of service from a professional landscape crew
  • 4 hours of service from a construction professional
  • 4 hours of service from a professional handyman
  • 4 hours of service from an experienced Habitat construction volunteer

If not present at the banquet, winners will be contacted by phone and given specific contact information to make arrangements with their service provider. 


  • Winners have until 11/1/2018 to redeem their service prize.  
  • Service can only be provided within a 20 mile radius of the City of Poughkeepsie.
  • Service providers will provide a detailed workscope in advance of what they will accomplish to prize winner.
  • Service providers are not responsible for costs of material.
  • Service providers are not personally liable against claims of damage or malpractice.

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About the Organization

Habitat for Humanity of Dutchess County Inc.

At Habitat for Humanity Dutchess, we build. We build because we believe that everyone, everywhere should have a healthy affordable place to call home. We build because we know that children are 25% more likely to graduate from High School and 18% more likely to attend College if they live a home owned by their parents. We know that children are healthier in family-owned homes. We know that a decent home gives families the strength, stability and independence that they need to create a better life for themselves and their children. We build with families not for families.