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photo 1 (32)Cinco Charities hosted the first Ballard House Legacy Luncheon at the Club at Falcon Point on October 15, 2014 at noon with 150 guests in attendance.  Jim McIngvale, “Mattress Mack” the keynote speaker delivered an inspiring legacy message laced with heartwarming and funny “real life” stories. The charity was started in 2006 by real estate associates at Keller Williams Premier Realty Katy, responding to the challenge of the CEO  of Keller Williams National  to “leave a legacy” in their community. Fast forward to 2014. The Ballard House is a shining beacon of the generosity of the Ballard family, the loyalty of sponsors at events throughout the years, the dedication of volunteers and the perseverance of the founding  realtors.  Together, we are making a difference. We are leaving a legacy.  

Carmen and Chris Welch from Alabama, guests at the Ballard House shared their personal experience during Chris’ cancer treatments. Carmen said, “We were overwhelmed when we arrived to find the comforts offered at The Ballard House to make it feel so much like home. The encouragement it brought to us to know we would be coming “home” each day after treatment to new friends who were going through similar challenges as we are is priceless.” 


Adopt A Day Level Sponsors:

Gayle & Phil Huffman, Network Funding-June Blanchard, Frontier Title-Doug Watson & Keri Burdette, Grace Care Center Katy-Andrew Hall & Jake Hallsted                                                                                                                                     

Event Sponsors:

Stewart Title,  Cinco Ranch, StarTex Title, B Connected Technologies, Suzanne Brown Insurance Inc.     

 A sincere thanks to all who made donations and pledged to sponsor Adopt A Days. If 365 people will Adopt A Day for $1000 each year, the entire budget to operate the Ballard House will be met. Will you be one of the 365? 

24 Patients and their families will have the “home away from home” they need to receive their treatment- free of charge- so they can focus on getting better.