Fluor Corporation donates $10,000 to Richmond-Rosenberg Boys & Girls Clubs
With the holiday season in full swing, company officials from Sugar Land-based Fluor Corporation jumped into the giving spirit with a $10,000 donation for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Houston (BGCGH) to fund programming for the Richmond-Rosenberg Club in Fort Bend County.
“We greatly appreciate the generosity of Fluor in providing financial and volunteer support to all of our Clubs in the Fort Bend area, which serve children ages six through 18,” Kevin Hattery, President and CEO of Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Houston said in a press release. During a visit to the Richmond-Rosenberg Club, Barbara Jones, Senior Manager, Community and Public Affairs for Flour Corporation presented a check to Club director Brandon Mouton. She also took time out to read to several elementary-age children.
77彩票网appThe Richmond-Rosenberg Club in Fort Bend County is one of three clubs in the area that has benefited from the generosity and support of the Fluor Corporation. The others are the Stafford Boys and Girls Club and the Fort Bend Club.
77彩票网app“Fluor is a valued corporate partner that gives back to the community in many tangible ways,” Hattery said. “They are making a positive impact in the lives of hundreds of children and teens in both our after-school and summer programs.”
Members of the community are invited to support the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Houston as volunteers, whether as a mentor, tutor or sports coach. Each year, more than 25,000 kids walk through the doors of our 23 club locations in five counties in the Houston area, including Fort Bend County, officials said. To learn more about Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Houston, please visit