Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Spring Branch Education Foundation aims for success and honors students

Take aim for SBEF Event
Doug Goodson and Rob Stewart, co-chairs of SBEF’s fifth annual Sporting Clay Tournament, are challenging more than 48 teams to win top prizes on Monday, February 20 at the Greater Houston Gun Club. 

Besides bragging rights and prizes, the men are promising great weather, good food and fun fellowship. 

Visit to register your team of four or join our stellar list of sponsors: Wright Asphalt Product Co., IBI Group – Houston, J. Carter Breed Properties, Lime Instruments, Inc., Stewart Title Houston and Asphalt Transport Inc.

Your neighbors are joining Doug and Rob to plan the day: Debra Aitken, J. Carter Breed, Bill Drennen, Kirk Guilanshah, David Pruitt, Debbie Slack, Warren Sloan and Pat Zadow, along with SBEF Executive Director Cece Thompson and Administrative Assistant Jessica Fogelman.

The tournament raises funds for grants and scholarships for SBISD’s 35,000 students.

Mark your calendar for these events too:

·        April 8 – Golf Classic
·        May 6 – Running for the Arts 5K & ArtFest – Moving to the Altharetta Yeargin Art Museum!
·        May 20 – Cookin’ for a Cause

Honor your graduates and support future students
SBEF has the perfect solution for honoring your 5th, 8th and 12th grade graduates. Make a donation in his or her honor to the Fund for the Future Endowment Legacy 2017 program. 

Your Legacy 2017 gift reaches far beyond one student. It assures that all SBISD students, regardless of economic, social or cultural circumstances, will have an opportunity for outstanding education – and that benefits our community, state and nation.

Based on the donation level you choose, your honoree will be recognized in the SBEF annual report, on the SBISD website or on a plaque displayed at your student’s school.

Legacy 2017 recognizes today’s graduates while it funds programs for generations of SBISD students. Fund for the Future Endowment donations are wisely invested, and interest income funds district and campus grants that enhance our students’ quality of education. 

Donations to SBEF’s endowment are not diverted outside our district or used for any purpose other than to enrich education.

To honor your graduates in Legacy 2017, visit by April 13.


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