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Port Cities & Rose Cousins to Play Raise a Little Hellp for Habitat NS

Delta Barrington & Delta Halifax recently announced some of the amazing entertainment for their annual fundraiser, Raise A Little Hellp: Port Cities and Rose Cousins. This event raises funds for Habitat for Humanity Nova Scotia, an organization focused on building stronger communities through the promotion of affordable homeownership.

Port Cities is eager to perform at Raise a Little Hellp. “We’re so excited to be a part of this year’s Raise a Little Hellp fundraiser with Delta Halifax. It’s an honor to share our music in support of Habitat for Humanity, an amazing organization that changes lives right here in Nova Scotia.”

“Delta Barrington and Delta Halifax are proud to continue our partnership with Habitat for Humanity Nova Scotia and present our 7th annual, Raise a Little Hellp event,” said Stuart Jolliffe, General Manager, Delta Barrington and Delta Halifax. “Affordable housing is an important issue and we look forward to raising significant dollars through this unique and popular evening of music, food and drink.”

On Thursday, October 29th, Raise A Little Hellp will feature the best in Nova Scotia music, cuisine and beverage at the Delta Halifax Hotel. With food stations offering regional specialties, there will also be an extensive selection of locally produced wine and spirits. Each year, attendees delight in the silent auction items, including trips to some of Canada’s best travel destinations, concert tickets, music memorabilia, golf getaways, and more.

Tickets are now on sale at

About Habitat for Humanity Nova Scotia
Its provincial roots established in 1992, Habitat for Humanity Nova Scotia is a non-profit organization working towards a Nova Scotia where everyone has a safe and decent place to live. To date we have built 45 homes throughout the province to help low income working families achieve the goal of successful homeownership. An affiliate of Habitat for Humanity Canada, the organization forms part of the more than 63,000 volunteers every year and 65 affiliate organizations from coast to coast whose mission is to mobilize volunteers and community partners in building affordable housing and promoting homeownership as a means to break the cycle of poverty in Canada. For more information, please visit