We are so excited about our Launch Celebration coming up! Have you purchased your ticket? If so, we can’t wait to see you! Below are details about the event to help you get excited and ready to attend.

If you haven’t purchased your ticket yet, don’t worry, you still can! It will be a night filled with inspiration and celebration.


FAQ’s:

Where is the event and is there parking?

The event will be hosted at The View of D.C., located at 1201 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA 22209. There will be complimentary valet parking, available on North Moore Street in front of the venue. The Rosslyn Metro Station is the nearest metro stop (blue/orange/silver line) with an exit on Moore Street.

What are the COVID safety protocols?

For the safety of all, the event requires guests to show proof of vaccination, whether an original paper card or a photo of the original paper card or verified proof of a negative PCR or Antigen test by a third party within 48 hours of the event (test taken no earlier than Tuesday, May 10th), upon arrival to The View of DC. If you are bringing a guest, please make sure to share this information with them.

Guests will not be able to attend the event without presenting proof of vaccination status or negative test results confirmed by a third party.

Do I need to bring a ticket or anything else with me?

This is a ticketless event. We will have a registration table when you get off the elevators of the venue, and you’ll provide your name to be checked in. You will need to bring proof of COVID vaccination.

If you have friends who want to join last minute, they can purchase them at the door but remind them to bring their vaccine card.

What is the schedule for the evening?

6:30 pm: The event starts

7:00- 7:30 pm: The speaking program begins, led by our Master of Ceremonies, Ms. Jummy Olabanji. 

Our speaking program will include remarks from the Honorable Adrianne Todman, Deputy Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.

8:00: Time to put on your dancing shoes! We’ll have a live band, specialty cocktails, and delicious treats to help celebrate the night away.

What is the dress code for the event?

The dress code for the event is business casual or cocktail attire.

How can I get involved on social media?

This is a great space to take photos, and we’ll have a photo area to get a shot with your family or friends. You can tag us at @habitatdcnova on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter! You can also use the hashtags #HabitatDCNOVA #LaunchCelebration #BuildingBridgesBuildingCommunities

If I can’t attend in person, is there a way to get involved?

Yes, there are other ways you can get involved! We will be hosting a Livestream of the speaking program. You can register for free as a virtual program attendee.

You can also make a donation to our Building Bridges, Building Communities Campaign.

The Building Bridges, Building Communities Campaign looks to raise $500,000 to serve the first 130 families towards our 2030 goals. The campaign will support our critical housing programs to build and repair homes for low- and moderate-income families in our region needing a safe, decent place to live. With your support, we can make our communities a place where families can afford to live and thrive. Together, we can build strength, stability, and shelter.


Habitat for Humanity Washington, D.C. & Northern Virginia (Habitat DC-NOVA) believes everyone deserves a safe, decent, and affordable place to call home. Our mission is to reduce poverty housing, and homelessness by building decent, affordable, energy-efficient homes for those in need. In addition to building and selling affordable homes, Habitat DC-NOVA provides home repairs, offers financial education, and advocates for policies that create more housing for struggling families in the national capital region.