Holly Hall is a nonprofit retirement community operated on Christian principles. It has the physical safety, well-being, and spiritual, social, and intellectual growth of its residents as its highest priority, while striving to be innovative in its desire to deliver person-centered care to all residents.
Holly Hall is always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to further its mission. Volunteer opportunities include assisting with weekly activities and classes such as exercising, bingo, card games, bible study, attending Sunday services, special events, and more. You can be a friend to someone by simply coming to visit and assist with reading, writing letters, taking a walk, or having an engaging conversation. The administrative staff can also use assistance with paperwork, filing, writing notes, decorating bulletin boards, and administering programs.
Each year Holly Hall hosts two traditional fundraisers, which provide financial assistance to residents who are no longer able to cover their cost of care. The Holly Hall Siler Tea is a Houston holiday tradition dating back to the early 1950s. Guests gather together in early December to view a lovely home, honor a very worthy individual, and raise funds for a cause close to everyone's heart.
The Book Review Series began in 1949 as one of many fundraisers held in the Houston area to fund the initial building of Holly Hall. Today, proceeds from the Holly Hall Book Review Series are used to defray the cost of living for those residents who can no longer afford the full amount of their care. Guests join together four times a year in September, October, January, and March to enjoy an entertaining book review without the pressure of reading the book beforehand.