AP Donates $129,000 to North Texas Agencies Supporting Veterans, At-Risk Youth

Dallas, Texas (December 18, 2020) – Adolfson & Peterson Construction (AP) made a positive impact in the North Texas area this holiday season.

The AP Gulf States team, including Executive Vice President and COO Corbett Nichter, had the honor of presenting five North Texas organizations with $129,000 in combined donations to help them support veterans and at-risk youth.

Representatives of PGA Hope, the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center, One Heart Project, the SEAL Foundation, and Southwest Transplant Alliance accepted the donations at individual check presentation ceremonies held on Dec. 17 and 18.

“At AP, building communities is at the heart of what we do,” said Nichter. “We’re beyond pleased to provide support to these organizations so they can continue making a positive impact in the lives of those who need it most.”

The AP team raised the donated funds at its fifth-annual Charity Golf Classic on November 30. In addition to enjoying a fun game of golf in near-perfect weather, the event sought to bring a positive, measurable change to communities in North Texas. In the past five years, the event has raised more than $570,000 for local charitable organizations.

“Our annual Golf Classic is a natural extension of AP’s civic-minded approach, and it was especially poignant in a year with so many challenges,” said Nichter.

About the beneficiaries

PGA Hope is the flagship military program of PGA Reach that introduces golf to veterans with disabilities to enhance their physical, mental, social and emotional well-being.

Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center is an agency that works in agreement with public and private agencies to investigate, prosecute and provide healing services for child abuse cases in Dallas County.

One Heart Project is an initiative of the Heart of a Champion Foundation that coordinates a national network of partners and the public to provide a true second chance for incarcerated and at-risk youth.

SEAL Legacy Foundation is a 501(C)(3), nonprofit organization providing support, educational assistance and other charitable aid to current, wounded and fallen United States Navy SEALs and their families.

Southwest Transplant Alliance (STA) is a nonprofit organization that serves as the bridge between those who make the decision to donate their organs and tissues to those who need a lifesaving transplant.

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