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The Luke Tatsu Johnson Foundation is dedicated to his legacy and will endeavor to raise funds for scholarships for graduating Wilson High School golfers, as well as to donate monies to organizations that impacted the Johnson family during Luke’s journey or are helping to find cures for childhood cancers. The Foundation’s goals reflect the interests and spirit of our beloved Luke Tatsu. In and through the work of our Foundation, we can celebrate Luke’s life while expanding the educational opportunities of fellow Wilson golfers and lending a hand to other young people and families facing a diagnosis of childhood cancer.
Spreading joy to the community. 100% of proceeds go to local charities and families in need! We are pleased to be aligned with each of our event sponsors, who share our goals and vision for our community. Together we are providing resources and new opportunities for our community. Thank you for helping us to make this event a success!
The Carl McCain Memorial Foundation was established May 1, 1979, and named in memory of Carl McCain of Shreveport, LA. Carl was part of the domestic crude oil trading business for many years and was admired and respected by those who were privileged to know him. He died in 1979 after an extended bout with cancer. Carl McCain’s illness and his concern for the welfare of his granddaughter, who was born severely handicapped during his last days, were the inspiration of the establishment of the Foundation.
BIP Inc’s mission for 2018 is to raise money for breast and ovarian cancer research. Last year with the generosity of our sponsors and participants BIP Inc was able to donate $35,000 to MD Anderson Breast & Ovarian Cancer Moonshot Program.
All net proceeds above tournament expenses will go to The Rock of Ages Foundation. The Foundation strives to ensure Texas senior citizens never have to choose between weekly meals or their prescriptions.
Giving Gracefully was started so that we could REACH OUT in our local communities. Far too often, there are people struggling without a place to go to get help – immediately. We’ve learned that there aren’t enough funds and enough resources to go around. There is involved paperwork, and delays, when most people that we interact with need help NOW.