The Woodlands Charities turns over the reins of “Into The Woods” Halloween fundraising event to Rotary Club of The Woodlands

By: Liz Grimm
| Published 03/18/2024


THE WOODLANDS, TX -- The Woodlands Charities non-profit organization has decided to pass on the “Into The Woods” Halloween fundraising event to the Rotary Club of The Woodlands, founders Amy Milstead and Nina Marino have announced on behalf of their Board of Directors. Throughout the past eight years, The Woodlands Charities has presented the “Into The Woods” annual Halloween party event that has raised funds to benefit various non-profits in Montgomery County. That event will now be taken over and succeeded by the Rotary Club of The Woodlands, which will move this favorite fundraising event forward.

“Our mission of The Woodlands Charities was designed to offer a fund-raising arm and awareness to local Montgomery County Charities. We’ve had a great run! We have raised over $200,000 and given it back to sixteen different charities right here in Montgomery County, even in the midst of Hurricane Harvey and COVID,” said Milstead.

Marino added, “Our Volunteer Committees over the years have built upon the success of Into the Woods year after year and we could not be prouder. The success has led The Woodlands Charities to realize it is time to relinquish the reins and let a larger organization take over the event and allow it to flourish.”

The Montgomery County charities that have benefited from The Woodlands Charities have included Canopy Cancer Survivorship Center at The Woodlands, Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands, Yes to Youth, Assistance League of Montogomery County, Rotary Club of The Woodlands, The Woodlands Family YMCA, New Danville, Special Angels of The Woodlands, Angel Reach, Community Assistance Center, Mosaics of Mercy, Dancing Thru Life, All Ears!, Keep Us Fed Montgomery County, and Habitat for Humanity.

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