Child Advocates of Fort Bend gets a Guardian Angel

Photo by Brenda Perry and Liz Furman. Shown (L to R) are Rosenberg-Richmond Auto Mile Guardian Angel sponsors Mike Shaw, Ron Ewer and Chris Gillman. Back row (L to R) are: Child Advocates of Fort Bend Development Director Patty Green and Executive Director Ruthanne Mefford.

Taking advantage of a new sponsorship opportunity for Child Advocates of Fort Bend’s CASA Christmas Home Tour, The Rosenberg-Richmond Auto Mile has become a Guardian Angel sponsor. As such, The Auto Mile is sponsoring one of the six homes on the agency’s 2011 CASA Christmas Home Tour scheduled for December 9 and 10. As a Guardian Angel sponsor, their name and logo will be featured prominently outside the entrance to the home, among other things. This is the second year in a three year partnership between Child Advocates of Fort Bend and The Rosenberg-Richmond Auto Mile.

A Fort Bend holiday tradition, the Tour offers guests the opportunity to view six beautifully decorated homes in Fort Bend County, while helping to raise much needed funds to support CAFB’s programs serving abused and neglected children. The Presenting Sponsor for the 2011 Tour is Fred and Mabel R. Parks Foundation.

This year’s tour will feature homes in First Colony, Greatwood, Sugar Creek, Riverstone and Sienna Plantation.

The Tour’s success not only lies in ticket sales but from generous corporations and individuals who sponsor the Tour through monetary contributions or in-kind donations. Home Tour sponsorship opportunities range from $100 – $15,000.

For more information on sponsorship benefits or how you make a difference in the life of an abused child by sponsoring this festive holiday event, please contact Patty Green at 281-344-5106 or

Proceeds from the Christmas Home Tour help Child Advocates of Fort Bend (CAFB) advocate for the needs of abused and neglected children in this community.

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