Charity Golf Classic Benefitting Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center, Big Brothers Big Sisters, GRACE Grapevine and 22Kill

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AP hosted its third annual Charity Golf Classic at Cowboys Golf Club in Grapevine, with proceeds going to The Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center (DCAC), Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS), GRACE Grapevine and 22Kill.

The sold-out tournament was focused on raising funds to support veterans, families in need and at-risk youth.  Over the last year, AP has also been involved in Big Brothers Big Sisters, the YMCA, The Warren Center Toy Drive and many other efforts to assist non-profit organizations in our community. 

Through various sponsorship and individual donations, AP was able to secure sizeable donations which will help to provide financial assistance to support veterans and youth in our communities.  AP will be scheduling individual ceremonies with DCAC, BBBS, GRACE Grapevine and 22Kill in the coming weeks to make official donations to each of these organizations. Over the last two years, the AP Charity Golf Classic has raised $200K with all funds going directly to local charities.

“AP’s mission is to enhance communities for future generations, and the contributions made through this tournament are one of the many ways we accomplish this,” said Corbett Nichter, Regional President with AP. “This event has gained continuous support over the last few years, and we are proud of our construction industry partners coming together all in the name of charity.”

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