Go ‘Over The Edge’ to raise money for Habitat For Humanity Spokane

SPOKANE, Wash. — You can help raise funds and awareness for affordable housing by rappelling down one of the tallest buildings in Spokane — the Bank Of America building.

It’s called ‘Over The Edge’ and this is the second time Habitat For Humanity Spokane is hosting the event.

According to Habitat-Spokane, one in five families pay half or more of their income on their rent or mortgage, often choosing between paying for housing or nutritious food, reliable transportation, or healthcare needs in Spokane.

Donations, combined with thousands of hours put in by volunteers, keep the cost of building Habitat-Spokane homes low.

The non-profit can then sell these homes at an affordable price to each family that completes their partnership with us, making sure they will be paying less than 30% of their income on their mortgage.

Register now to raise a minimum of $1,000 to go ‘Over The Edge’! It costs $50 to register.

You’ll be rappelling down the side of the Bank Of America building at 601 W Riverside Ave on Saturday, May 14.

You can also register for the third ‘Over The Edge’ on October 15 and start fundraising now.

For more information and to get registered, see the event page Habitat For Humanity Spokane website.