The Eastland County Crisis Center’s second annual Kathleen Jackson Boots and Bags Bingo event with a silent auction is happening  and we would like you to be a part of the fun!

Event Information:

When: Sept. 21st (Doors open at noon. Bingo from 1:00- 5:00 pm)

Where: First Baptist Church Gymnasium in Eastland

Who: All Bingo players must be at least 18 years of age (no childcare provided)

What: Each round of bingo will be played for a designer purse OR a gift certificate to Greer's Western Store

Why: To have the most fun while raising funds for victims of abuse

Entry Information:

$35 Entry Fee: Includes 30 cards for 10 rounds of bingo (3 cards per round), entry for drawing of door prizes, and themed "Mad Hatter" food and drink at the event (Per Texas Law, you must be at least 18 years of age to play bingo)

Support the Event: (Contact Gena at 254.629.3223)

$125: Table Sponsor:

Receive four tickets (a $15 savings) to the event PLUS an opportunity to decorate a “Mad Hat” centerpiece to be used at the event. 

$100 value and up- Donate a Silent Auction Item

Recognition prior to, at, and following the event

$10-$100- Donate a Door Prize Item

Recognition prior to, at, and following the event

Have Fun With It:

Don’t forget to design and wear your own “Mad Hat” to the event to be part of the Hat Contest happening after the 5th round of bingo!

Still Have Questions?

For more information about this event, please contact Gena at 254.629.3223.


This event is made possible through generous donation and sponsorship ​by the Daniel & Susana Jackson Family. 

Last Year's Event: Once Upon A Time

A Mad Hatter Bingo Event

Kathleen "Kathy" Jackson was known for her generosity, humor, kindness, and love for her friends and family.  To know her was to love her.

Married for 35 years, Kathy was the mother to three children- Veronica, Daniel, and Douglas, and a proud grandmother to their children. Her heart for children went beyond her own family through her 17 years of work in the Eastland ISD cafeteria.

To say she was social would be an understatement.  If there was a community event, you were sure to see her at her booth ready to  sell hand crafted goods and homemade goodies. Other times she could be found playing bingo, bunco, or taking her grandchildren out for pizza and a movie. She was generous to all- ready to make a meal or give what she could to whomever needed it. 

This event is in celebration and honor of her love for her community,  her heart for children and families, and her infectious joy in spending time with friends over a good game night. 

​​About Kathleen Jackson:

ECCC 24/7 CRISIS HOTLINE: 254.629.3223 (TTY#)/ 888.686.3222 (TTY#/Toll Free)