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Community Involvement

TI/TIAA Golf Tournament

This is an individual volunteer event

The TI Alumni Association (TIAA) is teaming up again with active TIers for the 17th Annual TIAA Charity Golf Tournament, but with a new format. There will be two flights in the tournament; one for Retirees and one for Active TI golfers. There will be awards for winners in each flight.

Equest and Coventry Reserve Tours

Equest, located in Wylie, Texas, provides therapeutic sports horse riding classes and Hippotherapy to over 150 clients every week. Founded in 1981, it has become one of the largest non-profit therapeutic riding centers in the state. They serve children and adults with all types of physical, cognitive, and emotional disabilities. The Coventry Reserve, located in St. Paul, Texas, is a distinctive day program for adults with special needs that offers life enrichment opportunities, creative activities and therapeutic programs. 

World Vision

The World Vision Storehouse provides free school supplies to teachers in schools that serve low-income families. Teachers can obtain teaching aids and books, binders, backpacks, pencils, art supplies, and posters. They may also find educational toys and games that can be used as incentives for stellar schoolwork or good behavior. Thanks to The Storehouse, teachers in participating schools don’t have to dig into their own wallets or watch their students go without educational supplies. Schools in which 70 percent or more students qualify for subsidized meals qualify to use the center.

Dolphin Heights Community Garden

It started as an empty lot. Community residents banded together five years ago to create Dolphin Heights Community Garden. Now residents can gather to grow fruits and vegetables and enjoy beautiful open spaces in their neighborhood.  Their children can come to the garden to learn about plant growth and help decide which fruits and vegetables to grow this summer.

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