Feb
13
Thu
2020
Hearts of Hope Bo’s Place 2020 Luncheon @ Westin Galleria
Feb 13 @ 11:30 am

Chairmen: Susan and Charlie Neuhaus and Kate and Logan Walters

Honorary Chairmen: Giggy and Matt Thanheiser and Paula and Rusty Walter

Honorees: Mrs. Virginia (dec.) and Mr. Wade Upton, Dr. Lindy Upton McGee and Mr. Tom McGee, Mrs. Katie Upton Daily and Mr. John Daily

Guest Speaker:  Bode Miller, one of the most successful alpine skiers in American history. A two-time World Cup overall champion, four-time World Champion and six-time Olympic gold medalist.

Tariff: Tables of 10 are $30,000, $15,000, $10,000, $5,000, $3,000 and Individual Tickets are $500

Contact: Andrea Sivells at 713.942.8339 or andrea@bosplace.org

Benefiting: Bo’s Place which exists to provide grief support to children and families after the death of a loved one. For over 28 years, they have offered services at no cost with the belief that sharing one’s grief journey with peers who have had a similar experience is helpful and healing and creates a safe space where children do not have to feel alone in their grief. www.bosplace.org

May
2
Sat
2020
Hats, Hearts & Horseshoes – A Kentucky Derby Affair When: Saturday, May 2 @ Private Home
May 2 @ 4:00 pm

Chairmen: Kelli and John Weinzierl

Honorary Chairmen: Paige Fertitta, Megan and Luke Hotze and Hannah and Cal McNair and Hallie Vanderhider

Events: Kentucky Derby viewing, auctions, games, entertainment,

hors d’oeuvres, a Run for the Roses racing wall

Attire: Derby

Tariff: Reserved tables from $3,500, Limited tickets available $350, Sponsorship Opportunities with tickets available

Contact: Andrea Sivells at 713.942.8339 or andrea@bosplace.org

Benefiting: Bo’s Place which exists to provide grief support to children and families after the death of a loved one. For over 28 years, they have offered services at no cost with the belief that sharing one’s grief journey with peers who have had a similar experience is helpful and healing and creates a safe space where children do not have to feel alone in their grief. www.bosplace.org