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Astros Foundation hosts inaugural Safe at Home Luncheon and Style Show

The event raised more than $200,000, benefiting the Astros Foundation’s domestic violence education and awareness efforts
May 9, 2019

HOUSTON -- Today, the Astros Foundation hosted its inauguralSafe at Home Luncheon and Style Show. More than 300 esteemed guests were in attendance, including Astros Owner and Chairman Jim Crane and his wife Whitney, Astros players and wives, notable Houstonians and sponsors and Texas Council on Family Violence Region 7

HOUSTON -- Today, the Astros Foundation hosted its inauguralSafe at Home Luncheon and Style Show. More than 300 esteemed guests were in attendance, including Astros Owner and Chairman Jim Crane and his wife Whitney, Astros players and wives, notable Houstonians and sponsors and Texas Council on Family Violence Region 7 agencies.

The event was emceed by AT&T SportsNet sideline reporter Julia Morales Clarkand included a VIP reception, a heartfelt story from guest speaker Judge Lincoln Goodwin and a style show, presented by Tootsies, that included Astros wives and children as clothing models. More than $200,000were raised to benefit the Astros Foundation and their efforts to grow awareness and education on domestic violence.

Anyone interested in volunteering or supporting the Astros Foundation can contact [email protected].

ABOUT THE ASTROS FOUNDATION:

The Astros Foundation, the official 501(c)(3) team charity of the Houston Astros, seeks to harness the passion of baseball fans to support youth baseball and softball programs, the recognition and honor of our nation’s military, childhood cancer awareness and efforts to reduce homelessness. Our cornerstone initiatives include the Community Leaders program, the Astros Youth Academy and the Astros RBI (Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities) Program. For more information on the Astros Foundation, please visit www.astros.com/foundation.