Our Charities

 

At TCRD are committed to our community!  We love helping out other community organizations through volunteering and participating in events.  We also like to combine our passion for skating with our love of serving others.  That is why we have two charities that we have chosen to support.

Below are the charities we’ve supported since our league was formed.  We hold 2 charity bouts each year!

JULY CHARITY GAME – 2017

Military Moms and Wives of Brazoria County – Their Mission Statement: We are here to support the moral and spiritual health of our American Heroes in the armed forces in combat zones around the world through the letters and care packages that are hand packed with love and are shipped by caring volunteers who support all branches of service. For more information: www.militarymomsandwives.org

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DECEMBER CHARITY GAME – 2016

Agency LogoThe Birthday Joy Program is a 501c(3) non-profit and is a 100% volunteer based program made up of volunteers who have a heart for children and believe every child should be celebrated and made to feel special on their birthday. Currently there are 4 volunteers who are essentially full time but unpaid who run the program itself.

TBJP provides birthday parties to children who live in homeless shelters and group homes. They also provide birthday parties for children in other disadvantaged situations where parents are unable to fulfill birthday requests due to financial hardship, etc.

Events that we have held to support these organizations include:

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JULY CHARITY GAME – 2016

International FOXG1 FoundationInternational FOXG1 Foundation is a 501c(3) non-profit.  FoxG1 is a rare genetic mutation of the FoxG1 gene that impacts brain development and function. This severe neurological condition is characterized by seizures, inability to control body movements, and lack of speech. While the spectrum of abilities is quite broad depending on the exact genetic mutation, many of our children cannot walk or talk, and they struggle to communicate their most basic daily needs. It is possible for parents to be carriers, but most cases of FoxG1 are non-inherited and have no family history.

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