Kurt Warner, Luis Gonzalez Team Up To Raise Money For Treasure House

By Phil Latzman
Published: Thursday, February 20, 2020 - 3:16pm

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Luis Gonzalez, Lauri Tanner, CEO of Treasure House, Kurt Warner
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Luis Gonzalez (from left), Lauri Tanner, CEO of Treasure House, and Kurt Warner.

Two of Arizona’s most prominent and successful professional athletes are teaming up to find homes for young adults with developmental disabilities.

Former Arizona Diamondbacks star Luis Gonzalez will be honored with a tribute Saturday in Scottsdale during Kurt and Brenda Warner’s Third Annual Celebrity Game Night. The event raises money for Treasure House — a West Valley residence that caters to young adults who are unable to care for themselves.

Kurt Warner says their goal is to make it available and affordable for all who need it, regardless of income.

“Our dream is to expand it as far reaching as we possibly can and give every family an opportunity to dream bigger for their child no matter what their limitations, what their disabilities," said Warner.

The cause is a personal for the Warners, who founded Treasure House to help give their adult son with developmental disabilities a place to live and thrive outside their home.

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