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2020 Child Health Association Sewickley House Tour

May 01, 2020 10:00am - May 02, 2020 5:00pm

The Child Health Association of Sewickley Presents

The 2020 Sewickley House Tour
“Town and Country”

The Child Health Association of Sewickley is once again
preparing for the biennial Sewickley House Tour. Child Health prides itself on running the
premier house tour in the region, graciously opening doors to beautiful homes. In keeping with
this tradition of excellence, this year’s tour will feature five properties, showcasing a variety of
homes including breathtaking homes in the village and a converted stable in the country. The
tour is conveniently located near the shops and restaurants in the Village of Sewickley.
The Sewickley House Tour is the Child Health Association’s largest fundraiser. Since its
founding in 1923, Child Health has contributed over 4.6 million dollars to programs and
organizations working directly with children in Western Pennsylvania. Last year Child Health
contributed over $74,000 in funding to 10 agencies, including Autism Connection of
Pennsylvania, Holy Family Institute, Ward Home, the Sewickley YMCA and the YWCA of
Greater Pittsburgh.


The 2020 Sewickley House Tour will be held on May 1 and 2, 2020, with self-guided tours
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are $50 and valid for both days. They can be purchased online at
www.childhealthassociation.org . The tour price includes a beautiful full-color House Tour catalog
with photographs and information about each home.


About the Child Health Association of Sewickley:
Established in 1923, the Child Health Association of Sewickley is a not-for-profit volunteer
women’s organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for children in Western
Pennsylvania. Through charitable giving and volunteer service, Child Health strives to nurture
the whole child by granting funds to programs and services that affect children’s emotional,
physical, educational, cultural and recreational needs. Over 4.6 million dollars have been funded
to these causes to date. For additional information, visit www.childhealthassociation.org.