Visit HomeAid Chicago’s Project Playhouse

June 26, 2008

new_homeaid_playhouse_webcropped.jpgFrom now until July 13th, you can tour this year’s Project Playhouse at the John Hancock Center. To go along with the new movie and the popularity of the American Girl corporation, Pardee Homes constructed a playhouse identical to Kit Kittredge’s Home on Abbott Place. The attention to detail that went into constructing this playhouse is truly remarkable, and the playhouse is completely furnished. Project Playhouse is the signature fundraiser for HomeAid Chicago, where Chicago homebuilders donate their time and expertise to construct playhouses that will be raffled off to one lucky winner. Right now you can buy one raffle ticket for $5, 5 for $20, 14 for $50 or 30 for $100. I can say with complete certainty that any young girl would absolutely love to have Kit’s Home on Abbott Place as her regular playhouse. And, if you win the raffle, you win the playhouse with all of the furniture inside of it. So, come to the John Hancock Center and take a tour of the unique playhouse and purchase your raffle ticket, because you definitely cannot win if you don’t even buy a ticket.

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