Hill Country Charity Ball

Help us change lives

The 2019 Hill Country Charity Ball will benefit Habitat for Humanity Kerr County. Click here for more ball details.

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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.

2019 Underwriting opportunities

Starry-eyed

$500.00

Enchantment

$1,250.00

Courtship

$2,500.00

Amore

$5,000.00

Love Story

$10,000.00

2019 Sponsors

Thank you for your generosity

Courtship

The Creek Boutique

MacDonald and Companies

Cailloux Foundation

Cecil Atkission Motors

Rebecca Schmidt—Century 21, The Hills Realty

Bank of the Hills

Davidson Freedle Espenhover & Overby, P.C.

Guadalupe Bank/Kerr County Abstract & Title Co.

Peterson Health

Ameriprise Financial—Collum, Wofford & Associates

East End Market

Ranch Enterprises

JM Lowe & Company

Community First National Bank

BCFC Health & Human Services—Kerrville

Schreiner University

Enchantment

Broadway Bank

Camp Waldemar

McLaughlin Doty Foundation

Frost Bank

Hewitt Engineering

Outback Patio Furnishings

Philip Stacy

LeMeilleur's RV, Truck & Equip Repair

Centennial Bank

Fluor

Ameriprise Financial—Talarico & Associates

Starry-Eyed

Hill Country Crisis Council

Art Bell

Mo-Ranch

Mini-Mart

First Insurance Agency

Hill Country Telephone Coop.

Huser Construction

Security State Bank & Trust

Kerrville Title Company, Ann Robertson & Clay Robertson

Justin Hamilton State Farm

Camp Mystic

Zach Riffett, Edward Jones

A3 Studio

Texas Farm Bureau

Special thanks to our other sponsors

Water Street Studio
Adapting Online
Uppercase Design Group, Stephanie Keller
H-E-B Floral

What Drives Us

Our Mission

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.

“Charlie’s Poem”

 Laura Lightner

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.”