HBCA Community Charitable Fund

 

The Hill Country Builders Association (HCBA) Community Charitable Fund was established to raise and distribute funds for the HCBA Trades Programs across its three Divisions of the Texas Hill Country: Highland Lakes Division (Marble Falls/Horseshoe Bay), Wine Country Division (Fredericksburg), and Guadalupe River Division (Kerrville).

This fund through the Texas Builders Foundation accepts donations from supporting HCBA members and non-members throughout the community. The Texas Builders Foundation is organized as a public charitable Foundation within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended. All contributions to the Foundation are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

In addition to individual contributions, the HCBA Divisions will hold fundraisers such as golf tournaments, sporting clays tournaments and bowling tournaments, as well as other association events to raise additional dollars for the HCBA Community Charitable Fund. Tickets to these events will also be tax deductible and will be used, for example, support NAHB Student Chapters, and student projects such as building “tiny homes,” work study programs, mentoring programs, and career fairs and industry education for each of the independent school districts in the HCBA’s 10 county jurisdiction.

 

 
 

Board of Trustees

  • Chairman, Michael Biggerstaff, San Angelo
  • Vice Chairman, David Miller, Lubbock
  • Daniel Alford, Plano
  • Alan Amos, Longview
  • Steve Bolt, Lufkin
  • Honorable Drew Darby, San Angelo
  • Chad Decker, San Angelo
  • Steve DeVoe, San Carlos, CA
  • Tommy Ford, Dallas
  • Tim Jackson, Fairview
  • Boyd Johnston, Amarillo
  • Barry Kahn, Houston
  • Daniel B. Markson, San Antonio
  • Jana McAllister, Dallas
  • Rick McGuire, Lubbock
  • Mike Mishler, Rockwall
  • M. Scott Norman, Jr., Austin
  • Sue Ann Pinger, Austin
  • James Rodriguez, Fort Worth
  • Steve Sorrells, Waco

 

 

The Texas Builders Foundation is organized exclusively as a private charitable foundation within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended. All contributions to the foundation are tax deductible.

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