Registration is ongoing for the eighth annual Gingerbread for Humanity event at Trinity Presbyterian Church in McKinney.
On Saturday, Dec. 14, you are invited to decorate and take home a fully assembled gingerbread house while supporting North Collin County Habitat for Humanity. The candy buffet — described as “awesome” by children who flock to the event each year — will delight any gingerbread house decorator. Be sure to stop by the photo booth to get a free picture of your family, your gingerbread creation and Mrs. Claus before you leave.
This popular holiday event always sells out, so pre-registration is highly recommended. To register, please go online to www.tpcmckinney.org and click on the gingerbread icon to download the registration form. Paid registrations are due by Dec. 8 to secure reservations to the event.
Anyone unable to attend the Dec. 14 event may still participate by ordering Gingerbread for Humanity kits from Trinity. Kits contain fully assembled gingerbread houses and plenty of frosting and candy for decorating at a later time. They’re great for holiday parties and children’s activities. Look for the link on Trinity’s website to order your kit.
Gingerbread for Humanity Details:
- Time: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14
- Location: Trinity Presbyterian Church, 5871 W. Virginia Parkway, McKinney
- Cost: $32 when you pre-register; $38 at the door (spaces limited)
- Registration details: Go online to www.tpcmckinney.org and click on the Gingerbread icon to download the registration form.
It’s a great time for a greater good. All proceeds benefit homes to be constructed as part of North Collin County Habitat for Humanity’s mission “to put God’s love into action by building homes and communities.”
NCC Habitat is part of a global non-profit housing organization operated on Christian principles. The organization encourages positive relationships throughout the community by advocating for fair housing policies and by providing training to help families improve their shelter conditions.