The 8th Annual Fort Bend Empty Bowls, the single largest fundraising event benefiting East Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry, is set for Friday, April 21, from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at Safari Texas Ranch.
Guests of the event are served a simple meal of soup and bread as a reminder of families in Fort Bend County who don’t have enough food to eat.
Tickets for Fort Bend Empty Bowls are $40 per person and may be purchased at East Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry or online at humanneeds.org.
Fort Bend Empty Bowls will feature hand-painted bowls that have been donated by local professional artist, Albert Goldreich and other amateur artists in the area. The bowls will be available for purchase.
The evening will include with live entertainment from Grandma’s Boyfriend Barbershop Quartet.
There will also be silent and live auctions along with a wine pull.
Whole Foods Market of Sugar Land is returning as the presenting sponsor. In 2016, Whole Foods Market of Sugar Land donated 12,437 pounds of food to East Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry along with donating 5 percent of the proceeds on their Giving Day.
For more information about Fort Bend Empty Bowls, contact Stacey Williams at Stacey@HumanNeeds.org or call 281-261-1006.
More event information can be found at www.humanneeds.org/3360-2/fort-bend-empty-bowls.