Change is definitely good when the occasion demands it. That’s why this year’s annual Community Partners of Dallas’ “Change Is Good” is not going to return to Brook Hollow. The reason? The club’s grounds are going through a major refreshing, and the family-oriented fundraiser needs the great outdoors for bounce houses and bungee jumping.
Luckily, Event Co-Chairs Emily and Nicholas Haddock and Amy and Patrick McEvoy III and their kids (Beatrice Haddock, Iris Anne Haddock, Stinson Haddock, Grace McEvoy, Ford McEvoy and Georgia McEvoy) have found the more-than-perfect place to play and fundraise on Sunday, October 27, from 3 to 6 p.m.. It’s CPD’s new digs in Dallas Caring Corridor at 7950 Elmbrook Drive.
And while the location may be different, there will still be loads of very G-rated games, food, entertainment and photo opps.
According to CPD President/CEO Paige McDaniel, “We are so grateful to our wonderful chair families for supporting this year’s Change is Good, now in its 13th year. While our favorite Change is Good venue, Brook Hollow Golf Club, is under construction, for this one year only we are delighted to host the event at our brand new facility this year — providing a wonderful opportunity for attendees to see first-hand what a difference they are making in the lives of the abused and neglected kids we serve.”
In preparation for the day of partying, kids of all ages will be collecting change and competing for prizes.
Sponsorships will go on sale in late June, while tickets will be available on Tuesday, October 1.
BTW, for Cowboys fans, the ‘Boys have the week off.