TPC Group Exceeds $2 Million Raised For Non-profit Organizations Across Southeast Texas Since 2006
HOUSTON (October 3, 2023) – TPC Group (TPC) announced today that it will donate more than $230,000 to 16 non-profit organizations benefiting from TPC Group’s 18th Annual Charity Golf Tournament. Since 2006, TPC Group’s Annual Charity Golf Tournament, the Company’s largest community investment initiative, has collectively donated more than $2 million for more than 50 non-profit organizations across Southeast Texas.
“TPC Group’s Annual Charity Golf Tournament has become our flagship event with increasing participation every year in support of many worthy organizations,” said TPC Group Vice President, Communications and Public Affairs Sara Cronin. “This incredible journey of philanthropy and representation of our commitment to community would not have been possible without the support of our dedicated business partners. Together, we continue to transform lives and inspire positive change, one swing at a time.”
More than 60 applications were submitted by non-profit organizations to be considered for funding from the 2023 Tournament.
TPC Group Annual Charity Golf Tournament's continued success relies on its sponsors' support. This year’s Presenting Sponsor was Next Wave Energy. Other top-level sponsors included Crosby Tugs, Kirby Inland Marine, Baker Botts, Southwest Shipyard, Ardent Services, BASF TotalEnergies Petrochemicals LLC, Baker Hughes, Trafigura and IRISNDT Inc.
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 provider of critical infrastructure and logistics services along the Gulf Coast. The Company sells its products into a wide range of performance, specialty and intermediate markets, including synthetic rubber, fuels, lubricant additives, plastics and surfactants. With an operating history of more than 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.