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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 Service Co
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
Moore’s Home Furnishings
Kerrville Daily Times
Brookdale Senior Living
Douville, Goldman and Allen, PLLC
Kerrville Public Utility Board
Texas Business Buyers
First Insurance Agency of The Hill Country
Cecil Atkission Motors
Texas State Optical
Advanced Insurance group, Inc.
Bueche Land Company, LLC
/ Heritage Investments
Gary & Carol Priour
BK Cody Insurance One Agency
Carpenter Brand Construction/ Amber Carpenter, REALTOR® w/ CENTURY 21 The Hills Realty
Kerr County Abstract & Title Co
Brinkman Commercial Properties—Kristan Weaver
Security State Bank & Trust
Amber Thomason—State Farm
Zach Riffett—Edward Jones
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.
Vision Source – Dr. Tobin B.
Tilley/Dr. Drew Whitehead/
Dr. Trihn Nguyen
Tinsley Realty Group, Realty Executives
Carlson Law Firm
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.”