The Association of Fundraising Professionals, Greater Houston Chapter hosted Tom and Holly at their annual luncheon to recognize them as Outstanding Community Volunteers for their work with Chinquapin Preparatory School. The luncheon gathered 700 of Houston’s most influential philanthropists to celebrate the Impact: their charitable giving has on our community.
Thanks to the generosity of John and Paige Wolf, and in honor of their late son, Jack, construction of the new children’s park at Memorial Hermann The Woodlands is now complete. This family’s vision to improve the patient care experience launched a passion-project for our client and will continue to make an Impact: for generations to […]
Forney celebrated client, Houston Arboretum and Nature Center, during a night of dining and dancing under the stars at their annual Alfresco Gala. In attendance were the Forney team members who are currently working together on the $12 million master plan to expand upon existing Arboretum facilities. The Gala supports the Houston Arboretum and Nature Center’s education […]
We have a new neighbor in Bayou City Fellowship, one of Houston’s fastest growing churches. What was once empty shell space is now bustling with friendly faces preparing to minister to the City of Houston in a big way. Join us in welcoming them to the Forney office on Long Point.
Chinquapin Preparatory School exists to prepare students to become well-educated, responsible leaders in their communities. Their annual career day hosts professionals from a variety of different industries, but specifically, the Forney team contributed to the Construction Management and Marketing seminars.film Rings
Founded by Tom and Holly Forney, Camp Aranzazu is designed to help children and adults with chronic illnesses and special needs. The Forney team volunteered for and attended Camp Aranzazu’s annual fundraiser, Camping and Coffee, which will help send more than 2,300 children and adults to camp this year.
Forney celebrated the Ribbon Cutting for River Oaks Country Club alongside club members, staff and architect, Gensler. The project started as a $2 million expansion of a Halfway House and Pro Shop, but turned into a $12 million project including multiple clubhouse and golf course renovations.