Texas Chapter Golf Outing and Chapter Charity Check Presentation

On May 10 the PLUS Texas Chapter hosted its 2016 golf outing at TopGolf at The Colony. More than 60 industry professionals attended this great event, which raised more than $2,000 for PLUS Foundation.

Sue Thiers Hesseltine, Executive Director of Our Friend’s Place, also attended the event to accept a $5,000 Chapter Charity grant from the PLUS Foundation.  Our Friend’s Place provides supportive and transitional living resources for young women ages 18-24 in the Dallas ware who are struggling to find stability due to neglect, abuse, poverty or homelessness, as they learn skills to become self sufficient.

The PLUS Texas Chapter would like to thank the event sponsor for helping to make this event possible:

Event Sponsors: Beasley Group; Travelers

Beverage Sponsors: AllRisks Ltd; Great American Insurance Group

Bay Sponsors: E-Risk Services, LLC; John L. Wortham & Son, LP; Philadelphia Insurance; QuestPro/Q-TEMPS; Westchester, a Chubb Company; Worldwide Facilities, LLC

PLUS Texas Chapter Supports Fairways for Warriors

The PLUS Texas Chapter members Chris Noble, Whitney Myers, Marc Galindo and Robby Moore presented a $1,000 PLUS Foundation Chapter Charity check to Fairways for Warriors prior to the Thursday, April 21st, Texas Fairways for Warrior’s Scramble Golf Tournament at The Bandit Golf Club in New Braunfels, Texas.  In addition, several PLUS members volunteered checking in golfers, selling Mulligans and working a closest to the pin event.  After a morning of soaking thunder showers the skies cleared and golfers enjoyed a beautiful day in the Texas Hill Country.

Fairways for Warriors provides golf and golf instruction for wounded personnel, ranging from beginners to those with prior golf experience, who are adapting their skills to their new abilities. Fairways for Warriors desires to help combat wounded warriors, anyone who has served in combat, to overcome the obstacles associated with their military service-related disabilities. The relearning of the fine motor skills required for golf can be effective in the overall rehabilitation of the disabled. The organization is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity and is dependent on tax-deductible financial donations and the help of numerous volunteers to meet the educational, training, and equipment needs of the participants.