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9950 Woodloch Forest Tower was Site for Camp for All Fundraiser

The Woodlands Towers at The Waterway was the site for this year’s “Camp For All Goes Over The Edge” on Saturday, April 17, benefiting Camp For All.

Participants rappelled from the rooftop of the 31-story 9950 Woodloch Forest Tower, down onto the multipurpose rooftop terrace of the 11th floor to raise money for children and adults with challenging illnesses and special needs. The money raised – which totaled nearly $75,000 – will support opportunities for campers of all abilities to attend Camp For All and bring them joy and hope.


The Howard Hughes Corporation was proud to serve as a major sponsor of the fundraiser and provide an exciting venue for this year’s “Camp For All Goes Over The Edge” – especially given the fact that The Woodlands Towers at The Waterway are the tallest buildings in Montgomery County!

“Through our HHCares philanthropic program, we are proud to support Camp For All along with over 130 local causes through contributions and volunteerism. Several of our team members including myself rappelled off the roof to raise donations for this wonderful nonprofit organization,” says Jim Carman, President – Houston Region for Howard Hughes.

Camp For All provides activities for disabled children and adults free of charge. For more information about this non-profit organization, visit