(281) 717-4670 | 21421 Cinco Park Road • Katy, Texas 77450

Adopt A Day


Adopt-A-Day at The Ballard House

365 Days in a Year. Can you Adopt One of Them? As an Adopt-A-Day donor you will be part of making a difference in the lives of patients and their caregivers that are traveling to the Katy area from all over the world seeking medical treatment for life threatening illnesses.

The Ballard House is located on 3 acres in Katy, Texas on S. Mason Rd. in the master planned community of Cinco Ranch. The 20,000 square foot hospitality house features 24 guest suites, a chapel, various common areas, and corporate offices.The Ballard House mission is to provide temporary housing in our community with a warm, safe environment for individuals and their families who are hospitalized or receiving treatment for a serious medical condition.

Your $1,000 donation will cover the cost of operations for one day at The Ballard House, enabling us to assist up to 24 patients and their caregivers on your “Adopted Day”. We welcome you to be our special guest at The Ballard House on your “Adopted Day”. In appreciation of your gift, you will receive an “Adopt-A-Day” certificate, recognition on our donor wall and on our websites, as well as invitations to our VIP events.



“You treated us like family by taking the time and providing a place for us to stay while we learned how to administer Aga’s continuing treatment.”
– Dave & Agnieszkh N.


Download the Brochure & Application
Adopt-A-Day Brochure (pdf, 696kb)

Adopt-A-Day Calendar
Please feel free to call about our Adopt-A-Day calendar, or simply scroll down and view below to see if YOUR preferred date is available. Once you select a date, simply complete the registration and submit along with your payment to The Ballard House. We will verify with you that your date is still available.

Notice About Donations: The Ballard House is a Texas nonprofit corporation classified by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as exempt under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 501(c)(3). Therefore, donations from individuals and corporations, as well as grants from private foundations, qualify for maximum tax benefits allowable by the IRS.