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Since 1986, Hill Country Charity Ball has raised over $1.5 million dollars for charities right here in our community. Click here to learn more about our history and to see a list of those charities that have benefited from your donations.
Thank you for your generosity
Ameriprise Financial-Collum, Wofford & Associates
Hill Country Services
Texas Hill Country Bank
The Creek Boutique
Nancy and Jay Kelley
Terminix & Mini Mart
Davidson, Freedle, Espenhover & Overby, P.C.
Camp Stewart & Heart O’ the Hills
Brookdale Senior Living
Douville, Goldman and Allen, PLLC
Kerrville Public Utility Board
Texas Business Buyers
Texas State Optical
Advanced Insurance group, Inc.
Bueche Land Company, LLC
/ Heritage Investments
Gary & Carol Priour
BK Cody Insurance One Agency
Kerr County Abstract & Title Co
Security State Bank & Trust
Amber Thomason—State Farm
Arden Hills Realty & Property Management
Safeguard Business Systems
Hill Country Crisis Council
John Goodman Tree Service
Peter Lewis Architect + Associates PLLC
Justin Hamilton—State Farm
Cristina & Josh Bueché
Massey Itschner & Company, P.C.
Moore’s Home Furnishings
Tinsley Realty Group, Realty Executives
Zach Riffett—Edward Jones
In memory of Oleane Walker Barrett
Special thanks to our in-kind sponsors
Viridian Design Studio
Rustic Romance Rentals
Mosaic Creative Marketing
What Drives Us
The Hill Country Charity Ball Association, Inc. was founded in honor of Charles Bowmer Schreiner, V (January 17, 1980-January 2, 1981) who died of a congenital heart disorder. Baby Charlie was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schreiner, IV (Mary Helen). Each year, HCCBA, Inc., dedicate the proceeds of the annual gala to non-profit organizations seeking to improve the lives of others.
I haven’t seen too much of life, and yet I know it well,
Exquisite joy and ripened pain and love too sweet to tell.
My tiny heart felt them all, and I have come to say,
I’ve left this world a better place, and though I cannot stay~
My legacy is lively hope that from my journey here
I’ve brought a touch of heaven’s light and left a message clear:
Reach out and touch the little ones and all who need your care.
For even fragile hands can build a bridge of hope to share.
So, build a bridge of hope for me by gentle deeds well done:
This little heart will cheer you on through each and every one.”