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  • Sat., Mar. 03, 2018 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM CST HAWC: Race Against Violence Come join us for interactive games and inflatables!
  • Sat., Mar. 03, 2018 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM CST The Woodlands Marathon Come join us at the Fiesta Finish Festival!
  • Sun., Mar. 25, 2018 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM CDT 5th Annual Kite Festival Come join us for inflatables and interactive games!
  • Sat., Apr. 14, 2018 3:00 PM - 10:30 PM CDT 2018 Houston Texans Cheerleader Tryouts

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    • See the world on military tours and special appearances
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    • Be a part of the most exciting cheerleading team in the NFL!
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Chevron and the Texans joined forces to create the Chevron-Houston Texans Maker Annex at the Children’s Museum of Houston to inspire the next generation of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) leaders. The Annex is a 450-square-foot place for children to invent, construct, and showcase their work and provides access to resources such as 3-D printing, programming tools, robotics, and more. The Annex is visited by more than 3,600 children each year.

The First Down Dads program provides the opportunity for fathers and kids to spend one-on-one time together in a fun and interactive setting. Events like Date With My Dad, a field day, and a movie night are hosted with the intent of building stronger families by focusing on the role fathers play in their children’s lives. Coaches, Cheerleaders, and Ambassadors also participate in the events. More than 500 families participated in the First Down Dads initiative.

The Texans partner with Harris County Precinct One to support the annual Street Olympics Summer Games, a program designed to turn games that young people traditionally play on the streets, like football, basketball, and kickball, into a positive, rewarding Olympics-style competition. The Cheerleaders participated in the opening ceremony and signed autographs for the participants. The Texans donated $10,000 to support the Street Olympics program.

The Texans hosted the annual Hispanic Heritage Day game in September aimed at highlighting Houston’s diverse Hispanic culture. Houston Grand Opera singer Octavio Moreno performed the national anthem, and the Hispanic Fan Club of the Texans, Toros Bravos presented by Verizon, held the Texas flag. Earlier in the week, the Texans hosted a Tailgate Cooking Class for teens from the Houston Texans Teen Club with guard Xavier Su’a-Filo and Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award winner Armando Perez, senior vice president of the Houston Division of H-E-B. This annual award recognizes the contributions of outstanding Hispanic leaders in each NFL market. A $2,000 donation was made in Perez’s name to the Boys & Girls Clubs.

The 2016 rookie class, including wide receiver Will Fuller, nose tackle D.J. Reader, and center Nick Martin, treated 14 kids from the Houston Texans YMCA and the Boys & Girls Clubs to a holiday shopping spree at a local Academy Sports + Outdoors. Whataburger provided breakfast, and Academy donated a $200 gift card to each child. At the end of the shopping spree, each child was surprised with a new bike and helmet.

Each year, the Texans team up with Houston Methodist to host blood drives in the Houston area. This year, blood drives took place in September and December and collected 848 units of blood from 1,215 donors, helping to save 2,544 lives.

The Texans are always looking for ways to integrate green initiatives into everyday business at NRG Stadium. The Texans have gone “green” in many ways, including collaborating with Waste Management on recycling programs throughout the stadium, installing motion-detecting lights in the offices to reduce energy use, planting trees each year through a partnership with ImageNet, and have reducing printing needs by converting printed publications to online documents.

Through the Halliburton Hometown Hero Program, members of the Greater Houston community are invited to nominate a local charity that is going above and beyond to make our community a better place to live and work. From almost 17,000 nominations, 10 local charities were chosen for the extraordinary impact they’ve made in the community. Each charity received tickets to a Texans home game as well as airtime on the Texans Radio programs to promote their organization. Additionally, the three charities that received the most nominations were awarded a $5,000 donation from Halliburton.

ADDI’S FAITH FOUNDATION*

CAMP BLESSING TEXAS

CY-HOPE

THE MERCY TREE

NO KILL HOUSTON

THE RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE HOUSTON*

THE ROSE

SPAY AND NEUTER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM*

SUNSHINE KIDS

URBAN HARVEST

*Indicates a charity that received a $5,000 donation from Halliburton.

For more information on the Halliburton Hometown Heroes, please click here.

Each year, the Texans are proud to support nonprofits throughout the Houston area by donating autographed items to use at fundraising events. These items help raise valuable dollars for many important causes in Houston. This year, nearly 200 items were donated to Houston-area organizations.