OVER THE EDGE
The fear of heights is one of the most common phobias in the world…but why let that stop you?
Over the Edge is a unique opportunity for individuals and organizations to raise money and support Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity and the families they serve by rappelling off the 16th story of the Leadership Square building in downtown OKC. The goal of raising $180,000 will go towards building homes for limited income families in our local community while challenging yourself to an experience of a life time.
TOSS YOUR BOSS
1) GATHER YOUR CO-WORKERS
Have a meeting and get everyone on board!
2) DECIDE WHO'S GETTING TOSSED
Your fearless leader may not seem so fearless when it comes to dangling over the side of a 16 story building. Start a petition and generate excitement in the office so that your boss can't say no. ..Or find another co-worker to rally behind
3) COMMUNICATE YOUR TEAM GOAL
Collectively, you and your team must raise a minimum of $2,000 to Toss Your Boss or Co-Worker.
DARE TO SHARE
The whole event is an experience you'll never forget, and one you'll want to share with others! Help us recruit rappellers or find sponsors:
- RAPPEL SOLO
- TOSS YOUR BOSS
- CORPORATE CHALLENGE
Go to "I HAVE THE COURAGE" to create your own personal or team's fundraising page and to register to go Over The Edge!
We need Over The Edge Volunteers - Sign-up Online
Click Here for the Volunteer Up link
Log in by creating a username and password
Click October 2017
Click Over the Edge (Oct. 7th)
Select the shift(s) you want to work
Then click sign up at the bottom
Prior to the event there will be an orientation, please be sure to check your email and spam for communications from us prior to the event.
If you have any questions, please give Chris Hearn a call. 405-409-5557
Courage with a Cause
Families like these have been dreaming of a home of their own but they had barriers that they needed a hand-up to overcome. With the help of generous people who will be dropping over the edge, these families, and many more, can finally purchase an affordable home in a decent neighborhood. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Nate and Danielle have never lived in a home they owned, not as children or as adults with their own kids. "My family never owned a home growing up", Nate said, "It was a struggle and a challenge for me; my family moved every three to four years. It was very stressful growing up, changing schools. For me (a home) it's my families stability/ the dream and desire I've had for them to grow up in a good community".
Kayla and her 7 year old daughter have been renting apartments for over 6 years. "Being able to put money towards a house that my daughter and I can call our own would be most ideal", said Kayla, "and for my daughter to have a yard she can play in would be excellent!”