“An Enchanted Forest” The Fort Bend Education Foundation’s Annual Gala

Debra Jhaver, Big Chicken; Dillon Brady, Prime Contractors, Inc.; Co-Chair Shefali Jhaveri; Ruth Martinez, UnitedHealthcare; Mike Siwierka, Title Sponsor Perdue Brandon Fielder Collins & Mott, LLP; Crystal Harris, TDECU; Co-Chair Syndee Howgate; Mike Patrick, Daikin Applied, Americas and Sapana Patel, Keller Williams Southwest. Photo courtesy of Mary Favre.

The Fort Bend Education Foundation is pleased to announce the theme for its 30th annual gala presented by Perdue Brandon Fielder Collins & Mott, LLP.  “An Enchanted Forest” will be held on March 4th, 2023, at Houston Marriott Sugar Land.

Gala co-chairs Syndee Howgate and Shefali Jhaveri invite guests to wander through the enchanted forest and experience the mystical mysteries it holds. Be inspired by the adventure of it all with Fort Bend’s finest to celebrate the Foundation’s 30 years of success in supporting Fort Bend’s children’s education.

As guests enter the enchanted forest, explore the wonderful world that awaits them. Fairy lights sparkle through the tree canopy highlighting the flitting dragonflies and butterflies. Feast your eyes on the blooming and blossoming flowers, ferns, mosses and vines along the pathway where guests can partake of a fabulous dinner and dance to the band Password.

Scamper like a forest critter on over to the silent auction.  Aim for the treetops bidding in the live auction, bidding high and often.  Gather a band of wood nymphs, fairies and gnomes and bid even higher for a tree‑mendously successful bid!  Your generosity will contribute to the success of the evening and to the future success of the Fort Bend ISD teachers and students.

“An Enchanted Forest” will be the ultimate forest fantasy.  Visit https://bit.ly/fbefgala2023 for information on how to participate and support the gala.

The Fort Bend Education Foundation touches every school in Fort Bend ISD.  Its mission is to enrich and enhance the quality of education for all Fort Bend ISD students through its grant process.