HomeAid Houston Project Playhouse 2018

Ashton Woods’ Project Playhouse Arrives at Minute Maid Park

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HomeAid Houston Project Playhouse 2018

Ashton Woods reps sell raffle tickets on the Playhouse’s opening night at Minute Maid. (Back row, L to R): Daniel Leifer, Aaron Pless, Gerald Spitzer, Paul Sims, Theran Smallwood. (Front Row): Joycelyn Wright, Shirin Teymourpour, Laura Sublett, Carolina Tidwell, Kendra Lewis and Jason Fuqua

HomeAid Houston and Ashton Woods have partnered with the Houston Astros and the Astros Foundation on the 12th annual Project Playhouse, a HomeAid fundraiser that raises funds for the agency’s mission, “to build new lives for homeless families and individuals through housing and community outreach.”

“The Playhouse was a unique opportunity to combine our love for design and homebuilding with an opportunity to give back. Our hope is that the School House of Inspiration lives up to its name and inspires everyone who works on it, sees it, and plays in it to believe in themselves and believe in the power of helping others.”Paul Sims, Division President, Ashton Woods

The playhouse, named the School House of Inspiration, was delivered by BMC to Minute Maid Park, its final destination before being raffled off. Fans can visit the playhouse behind Section 150 at the Astros games from June 18 to June 27. The drawing for the playhouse will be held on the June 27.


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HomeAid Houston Project Playhouse 2018

BMC volunteers transport the Playhouse to Minute Maid Park

The playhouse design captures the charm and classic look of schools from earlier times that helped build memories for generations. It includes a school bell, a built-on swing set, operable windows, air conditioning, a flat screen TV and DVD combo, a chalk board and interior furnishings that inspire children of all ages to hang out and play for hours.

Visit youtu.be/e07B2tCRMFs to learn more about the Playhouse.

The Ashton Woods playhouse team includes Paul Sims, Ashton Woods division president; Gregory Janik, area construction manager and project lead; George Sanchez, product development manager; Kendra Lewis, marketing manager; and Amy Ross, design studio manager.

HomeAid Houston Project Playhouse 2018

The 2018 “School House of Inspiration” Playhouse by Ashton Woods

“I couldn’t be more excited to be a part of this fundraiser for HomeAid Houston,” said Paul Sims, division president of Ashton Woods. “It gives us a unique opportunity to combine our love for design and homebuilding with an opportunity to give back. Our team jumped at the opportunity to donate our time and skills to those who need it most. Our hope is that the School House of Inspiration by Ashton Woods lives up to its name and inspires everyone who works on it, sees it, and plays in it to believe in themselves and believe in the power of helping others.”

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