Once again, the Child Advocates of Fort Bend Christmas Home Tour Committee has assembled a dazzling array of homes for guests to tour.
The 2017 Tour will feature five distinctive homes in Long Meadow Farms, Sugar Creek, Sweetwater, Riverstone and Kitty Hollow Park beautifully decorated for the holidays with the help of professional decorators and designers. Tour guests will be treated to a rare glimpse of these lovely homes, and will enjoy festive entertainment, beautiful holiday decorations, tasty homemade cookies and refreshments.
The event runs Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a special candlelight tour on Friday night from 6-9 p.m. One ticket provides admission to all five homes and can be used at any time during the tour. Directions to the homes are on the back of the ticket.
Homeowners and their decorators have gone the extra mile to show off these homes in Christmas splendor. Tickets to the Christmas Home Tour are now available online at www.cafb.org and at Fort Bend County Randalls stores, the Sienna Plantation HomeFinder Center, CRU Home, Deep Roots Floral Studio, Feather & Nest Interiors and Twenty-Two Fifty Interiors. Tickets are $25. The 26th Anniversary Christmas Home Tour is underwritten by the Fred and Mabel R. Parks Foundation.
“Sponsorships are critical to the success of the Tour,” said Child Advocates of Fort Bend Marketing Specialist Lisa Moore. “We work hard to keep our expenses low so that 94 percent of the money raised through this event goes directly toward programs and services for the children we serve. Without the help of our many generous sponsors, we wouldn’t be able to count on this event to help fund our programs.”
For more information on sponsorships contact Lisa Moore at email@example.com or 281-344-5108.
Proceeds from the Christmas Home Tour help Child Advocates of Fort Bend advocate for the needs of abused and neglected children in this community. Through its two programs, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and the Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC), the agency touches the lives of more than 400 young victims each month. For more information, visit www.cafb.org or call 281-341-9955.