(Houston, May 24, 2021) - TPC Group today announced applications are now being accepted for the 2021 TPC Group Annual Charity Golf Tournament. Non-profit organizations can fill out an application to be considered as a beneficiary of this year's event which is scheduled for Friday, October 8 at the Clubs of Kingwood. The application is available online and should be submitted electronically on or before the close of business on Monday, June 21, 2021.
Since its inception in 2006, the Tournament has donated nearly $1.4 million to more than 40 local non-profit organizations serving the greater southeast region of Texas. Last year, COVID-19 may have changed the look and feel of the Tournament, but through the generosity of Tournament sponsors TPC Group raised more than $147,000 for 14 non-profit organizations.
TPC Group’s Golf Tournament Charity Selection Committee will consider applications from eligible nonprofit organizations that are tax-exempt in the United States, under Section 501(c) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code, with priority consideration given to organizations serving in or near communities where TPC Group has operations. Focus areas for funding consideration, but are not limited to the following:
- Health/Human Services
Selected organizations will be notified by Monday, July 12, 2021. For more information about the TPC Group Annual Charity Golf Tournament, or to apply online, visit the Company’s website here.
About TPC Group
TPC Group, headquartered in Houston, is a leading producer of value-added products derived from petrochemical raw materials such as C4 hydrocarbons, and a provider of critical infrastructure and logistics services along the Gulf Coast. The Company sells its products to a wide range of performance, specialty and intermediate markets, including synthetic rubber, fuels, lubricant additives, plastics and surfactants. With an operating history of 75 years, TPC Group has a manufacturing facility in the industrial corridor adjacent to the Houston Ship Channel and operates product terminals in Port Neches, Texas and Lake Charles, Louisiana.