• Mark your calendar for our Fall Sip ‘n Stroll, November 3rd - THE Katy event you don’t want to miss! Villagio Town Center is home to the bi-annual Katy Sip ‘n Stroll where 1,500+ Katy neighbors sample great wine, food specialties from area restaurants, shop local crafts, bid on great items in a silent auction and participate in a "cork pull" benefiting The Ballard House!

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We rely on the generosity of individuals, corporations, foundation groups and faith communities for our financial support, as we are not a hospital entity or a United Way agency. Every contribution makes a difference and allows us to further our mission.

Become a naming rights sponsor…

Naming Rights allow a person, family or organization to sponsor a room for five years. A plaque will hang next to the door of the room acknowledging the memory of, in honor of or recognizing an individual or group. This also allows the guests to see to the support of the Katy community for The Ballard House for their healing.

We currently have 7 rooms that are not yet named and are available to be named. Our goal is to have ALL the rooms named in our current facility before we open our addition in 2019. What a wonderful way to help support our mission of offering no cost housing for patients and their families who have traveled to the Houston area to receive treatment for a life-threatening illness.

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Please consider volunteering at the Ballard House. There is a need you can fill and the results are rewarding!

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We offer a comfortable “home away from home.” Your needs are taken care of so you can focus on the ones you love.

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We rely on your generous donations. Every contribution makes a difference.

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Ballard House Naming Rights Sponsors

The Ballard House was named In honor of longtime Katy residents Monty and Erin Ballard. Monty started The Ballard Foundation to assist Cinco Charities financially in the construction of their vision, a Hospital Hospitality House in Katy. A memorial to Monty's dad, Carroll Ballard, a longtime working Texas cowboy is located in the lobby of the Ballard House. His saddle and other memorabilia are displayed.