Toll Brothers Unveils “Imagination Station” Playhouse for HomeAid Fundraiser

Terry Swenson Featured, HomeAid Houston

Toll Brothers’ David Assid (left) and Steve Woeppel (right) sell the first playhouse raffle ticket of 2022 to Nicole Jacob (center), HomeAid Houston board president.

David Assid, Toll Brothers division president, and Steve Woeppel, senior purchasing manager, paid a special visit to HomeAid’s March board meeting to unveil the new Playhouse design they have created for the 16th annual Project Playhouse fundraiser, and to sell the first raffle ticket. The Toll Brothers team named the playhouse “Imagination Station.”

The whimsical design stirs up a playful, comical charm that inspires children of all ages to draw from their imagination as they explore the unique details within its walls. A full array of amenities will delight both children and adults.

“Toll Brothers has always been committed to supporting charities that give back to our community,” said Steve Woeppel. “HomeAid’s Project Playhouse is one that brings together our entire organization to be involved from concept of the design through the construction. We as a team are proud to take part in this annual fundraiser that will help give back to so many less fortunate.”


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David Assid and Steve Woeppel head up the Toll Brothers’ playhouse team that also includes: Brian Murray, division vice president; Diana Niven, division architectural manager; Phil Popp, purchasing manager; Mike Mandola, senior project manager; John Bradley, senior project manager; Dominic Giuliano, senior project manager; Jared Boyer, project manager; Sunni Sanders, marketing specialist; Brian Borthwick, senior construction manager; Paul Zink, senior construction manager; and Parker Metz, senior construction manager.

Imagination Station will be on display from July 1 through August 3 at Minute Maid Park during the Astros late summer homestand. Purchase tickets for your chance to win at www.homeaidhouston.org/playhouse.

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A writer and a photographer, Terry Swenson is GHBA's Director of Public Relations. She is also the founder of the PictureThis Project, which puts cameras in the hands of Houston's homeless and allows them to share their story, through their lens.