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Supporting our Community...

RHSB has a long history of supporting local nonprofit organizations because we believe that it is our responsibility to make a meaningful contribution to the community where we live, work, and raise our families.

In 2017, we formalized our philanthropic strategy and established the RHSB Foundation Fund with the Communities Foundation of Texas.

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The RHSB Foundation is driven by our employees through internal fundraising campaigns, hands-on participation in the charitable giving of our time, and the sponsorship of our signature “Throw Down” event, a Cornhole tournament that is held at Klyde Warren Park each fall. The proceeds of the tournament go to nonprofit(s) selected by our employees.  

2021 Throw Down Logo

Friday - November 5, 2021 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. - Klyde Warren Park, Dallas

Cornhole Tournament

VALET PARKING | FOOD | OPEN BAR | PHOTO BOOTH | MUSIC | RAFFLE

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Throw Down field of play

2021 BENEFICIARY

The John Luke Hughston Endowment Fund at the Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas has been established in honor of John Luke Hughston. This endowment fund impacts the lives of the students, faculty, and the greater Dallas community by educating and forming Men for Others, who are charged with changing our world. During the 2019-20 academic year, Jesuit Dallas granted more than $2.6 million in financial assistance to 275 students.

John Luke was a 2012 graduate of Jesuit Dallas. Here he developed his servant mindset and learned the Ignatian philosophy “Men for Others.” He graduated from TCU with a degree in Finance. John Luke passed away May 2, 2021, two weeks before his 27th birthday.

JESUIT DALLAS is a private Catholic high school in North Dallas that provides a student-centered Jesuit education emphasizing community service. The more than 10,000 graduates — Men for Others — serve as leaders in communities throughout the globe.

Board Team $1,500

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Custom cornhole boards with company logo, 2 player team entry, recognition on Event Billboard

2 Player Team $500

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2 players per team, create your own team name, winners and losers bracket play

Spectator Ticket $75

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Cheer on your company’s team or just join the event and watch the action

2021 Event Sponsors

Venue

Food

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Food

Beverage

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Bean Bag

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Entertainment

Raffle

Valet

Contact us at foundation@rhsb.com for sponsorship information or to be placed on the contact list to get updates

Our Impact in 2019...

The RHSB Foundation selected two nonprofit organizations for our Throw Down event for their outstanding philanthropic efforts within the communities where we work, live, and grow. These organizations make a considerable impact within their communities. Each organization received $10,000 from the foundation.

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Girl’s Inc., girlsincdallas.org

Girls Inc. delivers life-changing programs and experiences that equip girls to overcome serious barriers to grow up strong, smart, and bold.

Girls Inc. partners with schools and 82 local organizations which focus on the development of the whole girl. Each year, Girls Inc. Dallas serves a diverse population of over 1,000 girls, ages 6 to 18. A combination of long-lasting mentoring relationships, a pro-girl environment, and research-based programming equips girls to lead fulfilling and productive lives, break the cycle of poverty, and become role models in their community.

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Agape Clinic, theagapeclinic.org

Agape Clinic provides quality health care services unconditionally to underserved people.

The Agape Clinic project at Bonton Farms is a new clinic location estimating to treat 6,000 patients a year who currently do not have access to healthcare. Bonton Farms is located in an area of South Dallas where 63% of residents lack personal transportation. In 2018 the Agape Clinic served over 17,000 patients and provided over $8M worth of medical services at their current location. In addition to basic primary medical care, they offer specialty services such as women’s health, neurology, pediatrics, orthopedics, dermatology, asthma and allergy, ophthalmology, and limited counseling services.

Our Impact in 2018...

The RHSB Foundation selected two nonprofit organizations for our Throw Down event for their outstanding philanthropic efforts within the communities where we work, live and grow. These organizations make a considerable impact within their communities. Each organization received $10,000 from the foundation.

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ChildCareGroup, chidcaregroup.org

ChildCareGroup is nonprofit organization committed to building a stronger community by providing services to children, parents, and early childhood professionals to help lift two generations out of poverty.

Established in 1901, ChildCareGroup teaches children and parents, trains early childhood professionals and assists families. They believe ALL children, regardless of background or circumstance, deserve a quality early education and a solid foundation to help them succeed in school and life. ChildCareGroup impacts more than 50,0000 lives every year through its programs.

John Hall and Karen Farris present $10,000 check to ChildCareGroup pictured with cornhole board
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Cristo Rey Dallas College Prep, cristoreydallas.org

Cristo Rey is an independent Catholic high school with a proven, revolutionary model of college preparatory curriculum accessible to those of limited financial resources.

Mission: Transforming urban America one student at a time.

A private, independent Catholic high school to be accredited by the AdvancedED, located in the Pleasant Grove area of Southeast Dallas. Cristo Rey Dallas is the 30th school in the Cristo Rey Network. A proven, revolutionary model of college preparatory high school curriculum accessible to those of limited financial resources.

They provide a Corporate Work Study Program where students intern at businesses to earn the majority of their tuition. Students work in professional settings 5 days per month building self-confidence and a resume that includes some of Dallas’s most prominent companies (including RHSB).

Tom Hughston and John Losurdo present $10,000 check to Cristo Rey Dallas College Prep

Our Impact in 2017...

The RHSB Foundation selected two nonprofit organizations for our first annual Throw Down event for their outstanding philanthropic efforts within the communities where we work, live and grow. These organizations make a considerable impact within their communities. Each organization received $10,000 from the foundation.

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The Senior Source, theseniorsource.org

For more than 55 years, The Senior Source has served greater

Dallas as the go-to nonprofit for aging services that assist, protect, and connect older adults to resources, to opportunities, and to independence. advocacy, money management, volunteer opportunities and counseling on any aging issue. The Senior Source is a United Way service provider. In 2016 The Senior Source served over 30,000 older adults in the DFW community.

The Senior Source mission is to enhance the overall quality of life and empower ALL older adults in greater Dallas to THRIVE. 
People use The Senior Source for help with job searches, long-term residential care.

Karen Farris and John Hall present $10,000 check to The Senior Source
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Humane Society of North Texas, hsnt.org

HSNT is passion ate about helping animals in need. Founded In 1905, the Humane Society of North Texas is the largest and longest standing non-profit animal rescue and adoption organization in North Texas. HSNT serves over 2 5,000 a nimals annually through its crucial programs including emergency animal rescue, humane investigations, low-cost spay and neuter services, a feral cat TNR program, owner surrenders, lost and found services and the adoptions of dogs, cats, horses, livestock, small mammals, reptiles and more. HSNT has four adoption centers throughout the metroplex.

HSNT is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that receives no government funding or tax dollars nor do we receive donations from the Humane Society of the United States or the ASPCA. We rely on the generosity of our community to fund our lifesaving programs.

HSNT’s mission is to act as an advocate on behalf of all animals and to ensure their legal, moral and ethical consideration and protection; to provide for the well-being of animals who are abandoned, injured, neglected, mistreated or otherwise in need; to promote an appreciation of animals; and to instill respect for all living things.

Karen Farris and Bart Tucker present $10,000 check to Humane Society of North Texas