8th Annual Empty Bowls


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8th Annual Fort Bend Empty Bowls

Friday, April 21, 2017
6:30 p.m.– 9:30 p.m.
Safari Texas Ranch
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Guests of the event will be served a simple meal of soup and bread in recognition and support of our neighbors who don’t have enough to eat.  Fort Bend Empty Bowls will feature hand-painted bowls which have been donated by local professional artist, Albert Goldreich and other amateur artists in the area. These bowls will be available for purchase. There will also be silent and live auctions. Sam Grice, long time member of First Presbyterian Church of Sugar Land, is serving as the event auctioneer.

Supporting Fort Bend Empty Bowls is a worthwhile investment in the lives of our Fort Bend neighbors who struggle to make ends meet.  Last year’s event raised $107,000 for East Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry. Our goal is to raise even more this year to help families in need.  We hope you will consider supporting Fort Bend Empty Bowls. If you have any questions please email stacey@humanneeds.org.

 

Current 8th Annual Empty Bowls Sponsors

Creme De La Creme: $5,000

Early, McClintic &McMillan Wealth Services

Christ Church Sugar Land

Cordon Bleu: $3,000

Houston Federal Credit Union

Rangeland Energy

First United Methodist Church–Missouri City

Chef’s Delight: $1,500

NRG

Sugar Land Baptist Church

Harvest Green/Johnson Development

Sugar Land First United Methodist Church

Hunting Energy Services

Soup De Jour: $1,000

Gary and Barbara Kerr

David N. Morrell, Jr.

Fishers of Men Lutheran Church

Brookdale of First Colony

Mission Constructors

ShowBird Lakehouse Productions

Copper State Rubber

New Hope Lutheran Church

Sandy Jordan–Coldwell Banker

First Presbyterian Church of Sugar Land

Jim and Vickie Coates

Mary McCaine, DVM

Mary Favre

Covenant Glen Methodist Church

Restaurants Providing Soup:

Whole Foods

Brandani’s Restaurant and Wine Bar

La Escondida Mexican Grill

Brookdale of First Colony

Black Walnut Cafe

Longhorn Steak House

Floyd’s Cajun Seafood and Texas Steakhouse

Luby’s

Berryhill Baja Grill

Fish City Grill

The Burning Pear