Giving Back to Our Communities and the Environment
Our company feels a great responsibility as Americans and Texans to support our local communities and to responsibly reduce our impact on the environment. Three of our locations are powered by 100% Texas Wind Energy from TXU and all of our locations recycle and reuse the shipping pallets we use in daily operations.
In 2012, we gave over $200,000 to worthy individuals and organizations, if you represent an organization that would like to be considered for support, please email us, firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is a summary of the organizations and causes we support:
Suzy’s Soldiers FORE a Cure is our flagship event, it is our charity golf tournament, live auction and public concert benefitting BCRC of Texas. In 2012, we raised $125,000 for Suzy’s Soldiers, which benefitted the Breast Cancer Resource Center of Austin.
The Rise School of Austin is a non-profit organization providing the highest quality of early childhood education services to children with developmental disabilities and children without disabilities. The program provides school-based services for children 18 months up to 6 years of age. Children are grouped according to age and individual needs with each class containing a diverse range of abilities.
James Street/Mack Brown Golf Shootout and Live Auction
No More Victims is designed to address the physical, emotional, scholastic needs of children experiencing the trauma of parental incarceration. They offer community, school, corrections and faith based programming addressing child and teen violence, gang involvement, self injury, teen pregnancy, family and child support during incarceration.
The Warrior and Family Support Center formerly known as the Soldier and Family Assistance Center (SFAC) is a facility at Fort Sam Houston, designed to meet physical and emotional needs of America’s heroes – our “Wounded Warriors”. The Warrior and Family Support Center makes a profound contribution to the rehabilitation of America’s seriously wounded Soldiers, Marines, Sailors, Airmen, National Guard Reservists and their loved ones.
The Seton Fund is a non-profit foundation that raises funds for the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul health ministry in Central Texas.
The Seton Fund supports University Medical Center Brackenridge, Seton Edgar B. Davis, Seton Highland Lakes, Seton Medical Center Austin, Seton Northwest Hospital, Seton Shoal Creek, Seton Southwest Hospital, Seton Kozemetsky Community Health Center, Seton McCarthy Community Health Center, Seton Topfer Community Health Center, and Seton Cove. The Seton Fund is governed by a that includes prominent corporate and civic leaders. Our is dedicated to the mission of the Seton Family of Hospitals.