Patchwork of Life is Making Room to Heal in Fort Bend County

Sprint Waste Services is proud to support tonight’s Patchwork of Life dinner and live auction at Safari Texas Ranch in Richmond, Texas. The event is dedicated to “Making Room to Heal” and will honor OakBend Medical Center nurses while benefiting the renovation of the fourth and fifth floor patient rooms at the Jackson Street campus.

The Patchwork of Life is an annual event benefiting OakBend Medical Center, Fort Bend County’s largest, full-service healthcare facility. As the last remaining independent, nonprofit hospital in the greater Houston area, OakBend’s mission is to provide quality healthcare for everyone in west Fort Bend County and adjacent communities regardless of ability to pay.

Funds raised from the 2017 Parchwork of Life will bring the most advanced concepts for a healing environment to the patient rooms on the fourth and fifth floors. Studies demonstrate that hospitals can reduce stress and improve patient outcomes by creating a warmer setting. Event organizers hope to better serve the people of Fort Bend County through the planned renovations.

We are happy to donate to tonight’s live auction a hunt for six at the iconic King Ranch near Kingsville, Texas in March 2018, valued at $10,000. The winning bidder will enjoy a two-day, two- night stay for six at King Ranch in Kingsville, including cleaning and processing of all game during the stay.

The dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. For more information about OakBend Medical Center and the Patchwork of Life, visit