EVENT: A NIGHT OF DISGUISE TO RAISE FUNDS FOR MENTAL HEALTH IN HOUSTON
WHERE: HOTEL ZAZA
The Carole and Ronald Krist Samaritan Counseling Center along with 200 guests with masquerade masks raised over $115,000 as they celebrated 31 years of providing high-quality counseling to underserved and uninsured individuals and families who otherwise are not able to afford mental health care services.
The “Be Yourself… The Unveiling” Gala had a room full of eager guests to support mental health services. Motivated to help those affected physically and emotionally by Hurricane Harvey along with anyone dealing with an emotional issue, attendees began to open up their hearts and wallets by participating in a live auction and silent auction that consisted of lavish packages which included jewelry, sports memorabilia, fine dining and fashion.