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At every home game, volunteers from nonprofit groups are given the opportunity to staff concession stands in NRG Stadium, and ARAMARK and the Texans donate a portion of each game’s profits back to the group. This year, $539,450.79 was reinvested into the Houston community, and approximately $5,256,610 has been donated since the 2002 season.

During the 2016 season, any time the Texans entered the red zone during a home game, Kolache Factory gave a donation to the Foundation. When all was said and done, $5,000 was donated to further the Champions for Youth mission.

For every first down the Texans completed at NRG Stadium, Reliant made a $100 donation to the BGCGH. During the 2016 season, 161 first downs were recorded at home games, resulting in a donation of $16,100.

For every touchdown the Texans scored at a home game, Mattress Firm donated $1,000 to foster kids. In 2017, Mattress Firm and the Texans will donate $22,000 in total for the cause.

Mustang Cat and the Texans created the Special Teams for Special Needs program to help individuals struggling with mental and physical challenges. Each time the Texans special teams scored a touchdown, a field goal, or an extra point, Mustang Cat made a contribution to the Brookwood Community, a nonprofit residential facility and vocational program for functionally disabled adults. This year, $45,000 was donated to Brookwood.

For each offensive touchdown scored by the Houston Texans at a home game, ImageNet Consulting funded a tree to be planted in the Greater Houston area. Thanks to the total number of touchdowns in the 2015 season, ImageNet donated $5,000 for trees. The trees were planted on St. Patrick’s Day at the City of Houston’s Monte Beach community center by Texans and ImageNet Consulting staff with support from Trees for Houston, a nonprofit organization dedicated to planting, protecting, and promoting trees.

During the 2015 season, Brake Check and the Texans worked together on two programs benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston. For every “Big Stop” the Houston Texans made with a three-and-out on the field, Brake Check and the Texans made a donation to the BGCGH. In stores throughout the season Brake Check hosted the Keep the Change program, where customers could round up their bill to the nearest dollar, with the difference being donated to the BGCGH. This spring, Brake Check and the Texans presented a check for $19,060 representing proceeds from both programs to the BGCGH in a ceremony with Texans corner back Johnathan Joseph.