The 14th annual Holiday Home Tour benefitting New Friends New Life will be held on Sunday, December 8, 2013. Four homes in the Park Cities and Preston Hollow will be open to the public with proceeds going toward the nonprofit organization that helps rescue and restore trafficked teen girls and sexually exploited women. The event is chaired by Tanya Wiggains with Honorary Chair Gina Ginsburg.
The homes featured on the tour were unveiled on October 3 at an event at the home of Malone and Amy Mitchell. The homes on the tour include:
- Gina and Scott Ginsburg, 3500 Beverly Drive
- Jan and Jeffrey Rich, 3827 Beverly Drive
- D’Andra Simmons, 3501 Lindenwood Ave
- Anne and Steve Stodghill, 10401 Lennox
The homes will be open from 1 to 4 p.m. General admission tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Tickets are available at select Tom Thumb stores on November 4, by visiting www.newfriendsnewlife.org or by phone 214-965-0935.
NFNL Executive Director Katie Pedigo said, “On behalf of the women and children we serve, we are grateful for the Home Tour chairs, homeowners, sponsors, volunteers and participants for supporting this event. Women’s lives are transformed and families are restored because of community support which is displayed through the Holiday Home Tour.”
Sponsors include: Ashley Allen, Nancy Best, Dr. Patricia L. Blanton, Chambers Interiors & Associates, Inc., D Home, Dexter & Company, Encompass Home Health, Richard and Rebecca Fike, Fischer & Company, Suzy Gekieke, Highland Park Village, Nancy Ann & Ray Hunt, Zandra Nash, Perryman Financial, Joyce & Neil Shoop, Westdale Asset Mgmt LTD., Angela and Luis Zambrano.
New Friends New Life helps victims overcome abuse, addiction and poverty and obtain education, job training, interim financial assistance and spiritual support. For more information about New Friends New Life, visit the agency’s website at www.newfriendsnewlife.org.