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Posted on September 20, 2011 by  

Unique Shooting Event Raises Money and Awareness to Build Homeless Housing Facilities through the Generosity of the Building Industry.

An interesting alternative to traditional golf tournament fundraisers, Trap Shoot raises hundreds of thousands of dollars for the HomeAid chapters that host the events.

The day offers the attendees, the majority of which are home building trades professionals, the opportunity to mingle with their counterparts while shooting clay pigeons at the Livermore/Pleasanton Rod and Gun Club.

Trap Shoot brings together the various constituents that enable HomeAid to build its multi-unit housing facilities, including homebuilders, their trade partners, their suppliers and service provider organizations that serve on the front lines of homelessness for a day of fun, completion and giving. SummerHill was there to support this cause!



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