BIRDIES FOR CHARITYGenerated Over $19 Million for Tarrant County Charities in 2023Help Join Our Cause!Donate NowAbout Program | How It Works | Benefiting Charities | ContributorsWHAT WE DOPARTNERING WITH TARRANT COUNTY CHARITIESThe Birdies for Charity program is an opportunity for charitable organizations to utilize the awareness and magnitude of a PGA TOUR event to further their fundraising initiatives. The Charles Schwab Challenge is excited to offer this program to partner with 501 (c) 3 charitable organizations that contribute so much to the Tarrant County community. The program generated over $19 million for Tarrant County charities in 2023, recognized as one of the top Birdies for Charity programs on the PGA TOUR. Donate NowHOW IT WORKSGET INVOLVED - JOIN OUR CAUSE!The concept is simple: Charitable Organizations solicit pledges from individuals and corporations for every birdie made during the Charles Schwab Challenge. In 2023, 1,079 birdies were recorded during the tournament. As a bonus, charities have the opportunity to earn additional contributions from our Matching Fund, for achieving certain benchmarks with their pledge levels.100% of Birdies contributions is distributed to the charities. And the process is simple! Just click below, fill out your information, and select your charity. Thank you!DONATE NOWBENEFITING CHARITIESBENEFITING CHARITIESWe're excited to partner with these great organizations.ACH Child and Family ServicesThe ACH programs provide a stable living environment for at-risk youth as well as counseling, crisis intervention, therapy and Life Skills Classes for youth and parents. Alliance for ChildrenAlliance for Children’s minimizes the trauma of child abuse so that children and families can begin to heal, through teamed investigations, healing services, and community education.Baylor Scott & White All Saints Health FoundationThe foundation funds new programs, initiatives, capital improvements, equipment, staff education and other needs at Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center.Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Tarrant CountyWith 11 branches and 15 school-based sites, the Boys & Girls Clubs serve youth with life-changing programs that promote academic success, healthy lifestyles and positive citizenship. Camp Fire USA, First Texas CouncilCamp Fire First TexasCamp Fire First Texas provides programs for girls and boys to provide a nurturing, constructive and fun environment for young people to discover their spark. Cancer Care ServicesCancer Care Services supports cancer patients, their caregivers, and empowers survivors, with financial assistance, case management and social connection.CASA of Tarrant CountyCASA advocates for neglected and abused children who have become part of an overburdened child welfare system, helping these children find a safe and loving permanent home.Cassata Catholic High SchoolProvides quality education for struggling high school age youth at risk of dropping out, transforming their lives so that they ultimately go on to college, trade school or enter the military.Child Study CenterThe Child Study Center at Cook Children’s provides the highest quality diagnosis, treatment, and education to children with complex developmental and behavioral disabilities.Communities in Schools in Greater Tarrant CountyPlaces licensed Social Workers directly inside local schools to create one-on-one relationships with at-risk students, boasting a stay-in-school rate of 97% or higher.Community StorehouseDedicated to the education and well-being of low-income children through struggling times. Support can include tutoring, counseling, supplies, and even financial planning.Cornerstone Assistance NetworkWorks to provide direct services to individuals and families struggling with poverty in Tarrant County, but also offers resources to churches and other community service agencies.The First Tee of Fort WorthTeaches youth critical Life Skills through the sport of golf, instilling life-enhancing values that encourage leadership, build character, foster community service and promote wellness.Fort Worth Museum of Science and HistoryOffers creative, vibrant programs and exhibits that expose the wonder of science and history to all ages especially through field trips, Museum School and Outreach Programs.Fort Worth Youth OrchestraWorks to promote and inspire the continuing development of musical talent in area youth through intensive training in classical music and performance.The GatehouseA faith-based, privately funded community where women and children end cycles of abuse and poverty, and discover new paths for permanent change.Gill Children's Services, IncA funding source of last resort for local children whose social, medical, dental, physical, psychological, and educational needs have not been met by other community resources.Happy Hill FarmProvides a first-class faith-based educational experience for underprivileged children, striving to develop compassionate leaders who dream big and want to change the world.HOPE FarmA faith-based leadership development program guiding at-risk boys who lack a positive male role model in their homes, from the time they are 5-7 years old until high school graduation.Imagination Fort WorthThis agency supercharges kids’ creativity through multidisciplinary arts experiences that bring learning to life, through art, dance, music, and theater.Kids Who CareA musical theatre production company utilizing workshops, classes and theater camps to produce creative, confident kids through education, performance and leadership.Susan G Komen Greater Fort WorthSaves lives by meeting the most critical needs of patients in our communities, and by investing in breakthrough research to prevent, detect and cure breast cancer. Lena PopeProvides services to at-risk children and families that improve first and second chances for success, using high-quality early learning and first-class education.Lighthouse for the Blind of Fort WorthEmpowers blind individuals through superior training, meaningful employment and specialized client services so that they lead full lives with the highest level of independence and quality of life.Presbyterian Night ShelterIn addition to shelter and meals, the agency provides hope and a future through case management, employment help, counseling, housing assistance and other programs.Recovery Resource CouncilNorth Texas’ largest non-residential organization dedicated to the prevention, intervention and treatment of alcohol, substance use disorder and behavioral health issues. Ronald McDonald House of Fort WorthA home-like community that allows parents and siblings to stay together while remaining close to a child receiving life-saving medical care in area hospitals.SafeHaven of Tarrant CountySupports victims of domestic violence with emergency shelter, transitional housing and other services, and works to prevent domestic violence through interventions and other programs.Texas Health Resources FoundationSeeks to improve the health of people in our community, through body, mind and spirit, with funding that provides a variety of supplies, services, equipment and facilities.Texas Weslyan UniversityProvides athletic scholarships to men and women at the NAIA collegiate level, with many scholar athletes recognized at the national level. Men’s team won 2019 national championship.The WARM PlaceProvides year-round grief support for children ages 3-18 and their families, as well as young adults age 19-25, who have experienced the death of a loved one.A Wish with WingsGrants magical wishes for young Texans age 3-19 with life-threatening medical conditions.YMCA of Metropolitan Fort WorthWorks to build strong kids, strong families and strong communities through a variety of faith-based programs and activities.