Habitat for Humanity of Southern Santa Barbara County is currently fundraising for the Canon Perdido Affordable Homes Project, a 12-home development that will provide safe and affordable housing in Santa Barbara for 43 people, including 20 children. Their mission is to mobilize community partners and volunteers in building affordable housing so that everyone has a decent place to live. Wine Cask is proud to support these efforts to build new homes for low-income families. All guests need to do is mention Habitat for Humanity of Southern Santa Barbara County, and Wine Cask will make sure 10% of their bill goes to the nonprofit’s outstanding efforts. So stop in and enjoy a farm fresh meal and glass of wine Tuesday through Saturday while dually supporting affordable housing in Santa Barbara!
Wine Cask is located in downtown Santa Barbara in the historic El Paseo complex, and offers the best of all worlds to enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner in a stylishly relaxed setting. Our passion is serving great food, providing the highest caliber of service and bringing back the comfort and nostalgia of one of Santa Barbara’s favorite restaurants to our patrons. Wine Cask is located at 813 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. 805.966.9463. http://www.winecask.com http://www.intermezzosb.com.
Habitat for Humanity of SSBC is an independent, locally run affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a nonprofit, nondenominational Christian housing organization dedicated to the elimination of poverty housing. Habitat for Humanity International and its affiliates around the world have built and repaired more than 600,000 homes for qualified partner families. Volunteers provide most of the labor, with individuals, churches and corporate donors providing the money and materials to build Habitat houses. Habitat for Humanity of SSBC has participated in cooperative efforts with other non-profit organizations including SEE International, Women’s Economic Ventures, Laguna Senior Cottages, Boys and Girls Club and the Santa Barbara Rescue Mission, in addition to two major rehabilitation projects since their beginning in 2000. They have completed two major construction projects in Santa Barbara on Via Lucero and San Pascual Streets and broke ground on 12 new homes in December 2012 on Canon Perdido Street. To learn more about our work, please visit http://www.sbhabitat.org or call (805) 692-2226.