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Boys and Girls Club Partnership

The Texans adopted three strategic community partners in 2008 with the goal of focusing our Champions for Youth efforts and resources to create a deeper impact in the community. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston, the YMCA of Greater Houston, and the Houston Food Bank were selected. With these partners, the Texans support and administer programs in education, character development, and health and fitness for youth and families throughout the Houston area.

Chevron Market Pantry. Presented by Chevron

In 2019, the Houston Texans teamed up with Chevron to donate $30,000 to the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Houston and the Houston Food Bank in support of the community Market Pantry at the Houston Texans Teen Club! The Chevron Market Pantry, led by teen volunteers, distributes groceries to community members in need.

Houston Texans Teen Club

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston (BGCGH) and the Texans work together to help youth in our area reach their full potential. In 2016, the Texans made a gift of $750,000 to the BGCGH to open the Houston Texans Teen Club (HTTC) in the greater Heights area. The club, the first of its kind in the city, gives teens ages 14 to 18 a place to call their own. The club includes the CDW College and Career Playbook, a game room, a café, and the Houston Food Bank Market Pantry and provides a safe, fun, and engaging atmosphere for all.

Teen Club Service Program

The BGCGH, the Houston Food Bank, and the Texans joined together to create the Teen Club Service Program at the Houston Texans Teen Club. Through this program, the teens operate a food pantry that distributes groceries twice a month to anyone who needs them, with the line sometimes stretching around the building. The teens earn service hours for their work and the teen with the most hours at the end of the year is honored at the Teen Club Graduation. Since 2017, members of the HTTC have completed more than 3,650 hours of service in the pantry. In April, tackles Martinas Rankin, Julién Davenport, and Roderick Johnson and center/guard Greg Mancz made a special visit to the pantry to help the teens serve the community.

Holiday Party

Kicker Ka'imi Fairbairn and running back Buddy Howell hosted 50 HTTC members for a holiday party at Top Golf. TORO and Cheerleaders joined in for a fun night of golfing, and everyone enjoyed a photo booth and sweet treats courtesy of Ashley HomeStore. Each teen received holiday gifts donated by the Texans.

Graduation Celebration

The Texans celebrated the high school graduation of members of the HTTC in May. The celebration included running back Buddy Howell, safety A.J. Hendy, and Cheerleaders. Certificates and gifts for college were handed out to all of the graduating seniors. Senior Briana Ward was recognized for volunteering the most hours as part of the Teen Club Community Service program.

Career Aviation Day. Presented by United

The Texans and United Airlines hosted members of the HTTC for a special aviation career day at Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport.

Texans Care Party

The Texans hosted a pizza party and celebration at the Stafford Boys & Girls Club for youth who participated in the YMCA versus BGCGH Challenge at halftime of the Texans Care game presented by Chevron. Texans center/guard Greg Mancz, tackle Kendall Lamm, and guard Chad Slade joined for pizza and played basketball and volleyball with the kids.

Comcast Digital Literacy Workshop

The Texans and Comcast hosted a digital-literacy workshop for families at the Holthouse Boys & Girls Club. A Comcast representative shared information on low-cost options for in-home internet, and quarterback Joe Webb III spoke about the key role technology has played in his life. Comcast made a $5,000 donation to the BGCGH and surprised the families in attendance with tickets to a Texans game.

Great Futures Dinner

The BGCGH annual gala, the Great Futures Dinner, raises money for the 23 Boys & Girls Clubs throughout Greater Houston and the more than 20,000 at-risk youth served through their after-school and summer programs. The Texans donated silent-auction items and secured Super Bowl LIII tickets for the live auction, which raised $15,000 for the cause.