Hope for Three selected as beneficiary of Golf for Greater Houston Tournament
Hope for Three, a Fort Bend-based nonprofit whose mission is to raise community awareness and provide assistance to families with children on the autism spectrum, has been selected as a beneficiary of the 2013 Golf for Greater Houston Tournament.
Hope for Three was awarded event beneficiary of the 2012 tournament, hosted by the employees of Fluor, which raised a record $200,000 for four non-profits in the greater Houston area.
“We were so honored to be selected as a beneficiary for the 2012 tournament in our first year of operation,” said Darla Farmer, President, Hope for Three. “To be chosen a second time validates all the hard work we’re doing in our community to raise awareness of autism spectrum disorders and to provide help in the form of financial assistance to families affected.”
“Fluor’s Golf for Greater Houston tournament is very proud to sponsor Blessed Be Hope for Three for the second year in a row. Fluor believes in supporting community awareness for autism and helping families find resources for their children”, stated Kishia Haberle, 2013 Chairperson.
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