What a wonderful, successful night!

Thanks to everyone who helped make our Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction a success! We raised over $22,000 to help defray expenses for our 2019 building projects in Puerto Rico, Pittsburgh, and Howard County. Whether you planned, organized, donated, cooked, served, bid, hauled, set up, tore down, ate, bought, or sold–it is very much appreciated! Special thanks to Delusions of Grandeur for their musical boost to the evening; they really rock! Kudos to Sugar Mamma Bakery and the Gelven Family for their respective donations of delicious “HOMEmade” cookies and wines. Also, congratulations to Matt Lazas, raffle winner of the iPhone!! DreamBuilders extends huge thanks to our community for supporting the team effort. You really help turn dreams into reality!

Win an iPhone XS Max

iPhone XS Max Super Retina custom OLED display (photo courtesy of Apple)

Take a chance to win Apple’s top end iPhone in support of DreamBuilders.
$20 per raffle ticket / $50 for 3 raffle tickets
Only 200 tickets will be sold!

This all-screen design, measuring 6.5 inches, is the largest ever on an iPhone. Includes 256 GBytes of memory, dual 12MP wide-angle and telephoto cameras, silver case.
No SIM card included. Take the device to your cellular provider and they’ll add the device to your plan. Retail value is over $1,300.

Drawing will be held at 8pm on March 9, at the conclusion of the Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction at Temple Isaiah in Fulton. Need not be present to win. For tickets, contact: mailto:john.mcbeth@verizon.net

Basically, Apple’s top end phone. Definitely worth taking a chance!

More about the XS Max: the OLED panels give the sharpest displays, with the highest pixel density, of any Apple device. With support for Dolby Vision and HDR10 titles from iTunes, Netflix, and Amazon Prime Video, wider stereo playback makes it all sound great. Your HDR photos — even those you captured before — will have a 60 percent greater dynamic range. A six-channel light sensor subtly adjusts the white balance onscreen to match the color temperature of the light around you. So images on the display look as natural as on a printed page and are easier on your eyes. The most durable glass in a smartphone, sealed and precision-fitted with the surgical-grade stainless steel band, helps create a more water-resistant enclosure — up to 2 meters for 30 minutes. iPhone XS even resists spills from coffee, tea, soda, and more.

In Search of…Fabulous Auction Items

Themed Silent Auction basket of Fine Wine and Chocolate

To make our 14th annual Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction a successful event, we need your help! You can support DreamBuilders by donating items to the silent auction. Sports tickets, vacation rentals, gift baskets, wine and restaurant gift cards, dinners, service projects, tours, jewelry, children’s items…anything you would like to contribute (unused items only, please) will help raise money for our mission trips. See the Silent Auction Solicitation Letter for more information and a letter to present to businesses when soliciting donations. All gifts tax deductible and greatly appreciated!

To donate to the silent auction, contact Cathy (heycathy@verizon.net) or John (john.mcbeth@verizon.net)

A Special Note

DreamBuilders is an ecumenical religious organization with Jewish and Christian participating congregations. We would like to take a moment to offer our support and prayers to all of our Jewish volunteers and friends after the tragedy in Pittsburgh last weekend. May the work that we do together helping those in need set an example of love for all.

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DreamBuilders Seeks Public Relations Expertise

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Dreambuilders  is looking for a volunteer with some unique skills to fulfill a vitally important role. While Dreambuilders participates in construction-based mission projects locally, nationally and internationally, this role doesn’t require job site participation or travel. We are seeking an individual with Public Relations experience to interface with press, media and social media. The right person will help the organization receive much needed publicity. That exposure will have a huge impact on our ability to secure donations of building materials, raise funds, and improve the lives of so many people. If you have experience and talent in this area and would be willing to donate a bit of your time in conjunction with each of our planned missions, please contact Amy Levitt at levitt5@verizon.net by November 10th.