HomeAid’s Project Playhouse fundraiser under way
HomeAid Houston’s 13th annual Project Playhouse has become a legendary fundraising event at Minute Maid Park. Thanks to the Houston Astros and the Astros Foundation for their partnership, Project Playhouse has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for HomeAid’s mission, “to build new lives for homeless families and individuals through housing and community outreach”. Another key partner in the success of Project Playhouse is the builder captain. This year Satterfield & Pontikes (S&P) will lead construction. S&P has also partnered with Newberry Architecture who donated the design.
“Satterfield & Pontikes Construction is excited to take part in HomeAid Houston’s annual Project Playhouse fundraiser,” said John Marshall, vice president of marketing. “Project Playhouse gives our organization a creative way to raise awareness about homelessness in our community while raising valuable funds to help HomeAid’s mission. We are looking forward to showcasing the playhouse at Minute Maid Park.”
Newberry Architecture designed a whimsically unique creation, that’s been named the Toy Box Playhouse. It will be loaded with games and activities ideal for kids of all ages. The playhouse will be on display during the Astros games at Minute Maid Park beginning June 25 through July 7.
For more information about HomeAid Houston visit www.homeaidhouston.org or call 281-970-8970.