Wednesday, February 8, 2017

The Hunt Legacy Continues with Bryan's House Spring Luncheon

"We are delighted to announce that the Honorary Chair for the Bryan's House Spring Everyone Has Special Needs luncheon, awards and fashion show is Haven Sands Heinrichs", said event Chair and immediate past Board President, Dr. Lisa Genecov.  Haven is a trustee for The Moozie Foundation, which was created for the grandchildren of Caroline Rose Hunt in 2014.

"The Moozie Foundation has supported Bryan's House this past year with a grant to establish the Heroes Infant Program - designed to specifically care for medically at-risk infants ages 0-18 months of age, that may have been impacted or expose to HIV/AIDS, or have another chronic daily health-education or therapy need" - stated Executive Director, Abigail Erickson. Haven is the daughter of Ramona Stark Sands and the late John Bunker Sands. Haven lives in Austin, Texas with her husband Travis and children, Stark (age 8) and Tallulah (age 6).

The Spring Luncheon, Award and Fashion Show will take place on May 4, 2017 at 11:30 a.m., at 3510 Trinity Grove, and will be hosted by Gloria Campos. The guest speaker is Mindy Scheier, founder of the "Runway of Dreams" adaptive clothing line for children with special needs. She developed the garments with Tommy Hilfiger, and children served at the agency will model the clothes for luncheon guests, with the help from community leaders. The VIP Kick-Off party will be in April, at the new Forty-Five Ten Lifestyle Store in Downtown Dallas, and is Chaired by Katherine Reeves Perot.

The Board of Bryan’s House will also honor the following people who have been vital to the success of the agency since it was established in 1988:

Health Award: Hon. Judge Clay Jenkins (work with infectious diseases –HIV/AIDS, Ebola, Zika)

Corporate Award: Bank of America
Philanthropist Award: Martin Woodall, Woodall Foundation
Clinical Award: Mary Mallory, RN, Children’s Medical Center Community Volunteer Award: Nancy Roe, IBM
These people and companies have been advocates, supporters and essential to deliver our mission and serve our great community.

For more details to buy a table or ticket please email Space is limited.


Impact Goal in 2017: 1,200 people (600 children) Ages Served: 0-5 (direct care at Pipestone), 6-12 after school care/camps & respite care 0-5, 6-21 (weekend – twice a month) Direct Care at Pipestone: It’s only 1/3 of what we do Where Do We Serve: The other 2/3 of our clients/families served are in 68 zip codes and 8 counties around DFW (offsite). 

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