Child Advocates of Fort Bend Announces 2016 Gala Theme

Child Advocates of Fort Bend staff members Ophelia Mok, Jessica Hernandez and Mariel Barrera.

Child Advocates of Fort Bend staff members Ophelia Mok, Jessica Hernandez and Mariel Barrera.

Child Advocates of Fort Bend (CAFB) invites everyone to iron their capes, press their best suits or slip into their ball gowns and join them April 30, 2016 in the ballroom of the Sugar Land Marriott Town Square for The Superhero Ball. From the minute guests fly into the Marriott, the event promises to be a supernatural evening of action heroes, motivating stories, delicious food and a live and silent auction filled with unique opportunities and exceptional objects.

CAFB recently held The Secret Garden Gala. With the help of Event Underwriter National Oilwell Varco and Presenting Sponsors Exchange Club of Sugar Land and Early McClintic & McMillan, the event was a record-breaking success. Funds raised from the event support CAFB’s programs and allow the organization to continue to serve the needs of child victims of abuse in Fort Bend County.

Other 2015 sponsors were Dr. and Mrs. Bracken Kolle; OCuSOFT, Inc.; Sysco Corporation; Baker Hughes; Bank of Texas; Brown & Gay Engineers, Inc.; FireTron; Memorian Hermann Sugar Land Hospital; Nalco Champion, an Ecolab Company; Jenny and Clay Williams; Louisa and Denny Adelung; Community Bank of Texas; Culak/Douds/King/McClellan/Somers; Monica and Xavier Maza; Amegy Bank; Atinum Energy Investments; Dr. Betty Baitland; Carolyn and Neil Banfield; Bushra Cheema, MD and Q. Imam;, Naushad and Narmin Kermally; Cross Creek Ranch; Del Webb Sweetgrass; Finnegan Auto Group; Four Dragons Institute; Kathy Johnson and Edward Gaskill; PB&J Pavement Marking, Inc.; Kathy and Bill Rohrbach; Steiber Insurance Group, LLC; WJ Interests, LLC and State Representative John Zerwas, MD.

“At the very heart of this event is the belief that every child deserves a safe and healthy childhood. Community participation in our gala fundraiser is a crucial part of our mission to help children and families affected by child abuse,” said Ruthanne Mefford, executive director at Child Advocates of Fort Bend.

For more information, call 281-344-5108 or visit