Corporate Giving Partner: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Our relationship with this incredible organization began in 1992. In 2016, Flintco joined St. Jude as an official corporate giving partner. Each of our offices continue to contribute their time and resources through creative fundraisers and participation in St. Jude sponsored events. Many Flintco employees also support St. Jude through our payroll deduction program. Flintco employees and trade partners are inspired by St. Jude and its mission to find a cure for pediatric catastrophic diseases.
Local Giving Partners: We're From Here
Dedicated to our community since 1951
In October 2022, our Arkansas team raised more than $36,000 for the Great Gift Exchange, which provides gifts to more than 2,300 deserving K-3rd graders who may not otherwise receive a gift during the holidays.
Other community partners Flintco supports include Bentonville Public Schools; Springdale School District; Fayetteville Public Education Foundation; Rogers Public Education Foundation; RopeSwing; NWACC Foundation; Gentry Public Schools; NWA Food Bank; the Razorback Ticket Center Annual Fund Drive; Ozark Outdoor Foundation
It really does take a village
Our Austin team dressed like characters from the classic film “Caddyshack” in our 2022 Flintco Open, which raised $61,400 for Foster Village, a non-profit whose mission is “To come alongside children and families in the child welfare system and show them that they are not alone.”
Other Austin charitable partners include Hungry Souls; The Trail Foundation; Bridges to Prosperity; Central Texas Food Bank; and The Saul Paul Foundation.
Flight for Life
Colorado’s Flight for Life is a critical care transport service providing lifecare service 24/7 in various areas of Colorado. The Flight for Life professionals provide resuscitation, stabilization and transportation for patients in need. No membership is needed and the patient’s ability to pay is never questioned when urgent medical transport is needed. As part of the Centura Health network, Flight for Life provides a community service to the people of Colorado.
Other Denver charitable partners include local-area healthcare providers including St. Anthony Heath Foundation; St. Anthony Hospital; Parker Adventist Hospital; Littleton Adventist Hospital; Panorama Orthopedics; and Spine Center; American Heart Association; Craig Foundation; Littleton Public Schools including spirit galas, meals for students, technology capabilities for students and mental health awareness campaigns.
The 2nd Annual Flintco 4 Houston Arrowhead Fishing Tournament, held in Galveston, Texas, raised $40,000 in total for local nonprofits Target Hunger which serves vulnerable households suffering from food insecurity, and Vital Living, a nonprofit helping individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Other Houston charitable partners include the Lone Star College Foundation; Humble ISD Education Foundation; Katy ISD Education Foundation; and Harris County Sheriff’s Office Benevolence Association.
Supporting the next generation of construction professionals
Our Memphis team hosted the Fourth Annual Flintco Classic - raising $97,000 that supports students pursuing careers in construction. The Memphis team has raised more than $269,000 to support the next generation of construction professionals at the University of Tennessee, the University of Memphis, and local workforce development initiatives.
Other Memphis charitable partners include Memphis City Beautiful; Wolf River Conservancy's Annual; and Winchester Elementary School Christmas Shop.
Uniting native minds golf tournament
Flintco has been a founding sponsor of the Uniting Native Minds Golf tournament since its inception in 2007. The event expands a scholarship endowment earmarked to support academic opportunities for students in the University of New Mexico American Indian Summer Bridge (AISB) Program. The extensive five-week residential program immerses students in the rigors of academic life and teaches the relationship between persistence and success. To date, nearly 390 American Indian students representing 14 states and 51 distinct tribal nations have been served through the AISB Program with a 96% completion rate.
Support for our community
Summer recess also means an end to school lunches, which can leave many children without. Our Oklahoma City team helped pack and deliver food to support our neighbors and families at Noble Public Schools in Noble, OK. The team also raised more than $51,000 for the Integris Health Foundation at the OKC Flintco Open.
Other Oklahoma City charitable partners include Integris Cancer Foundation; Stillwater Medical Center Foundation; Mercy Foundation; City Rescue Mission; United Way of Central Oklahoma; Allied Arts; Boys and Girls Club; Latino Community Development Association; OU Construction Science Programs; Junior Achievement
Flintco riders in the annual Saint Francis Tulsa Tough 3-day cycling festival represented the hometown Flintco brand mightily by completing the 38.4-mile ride in just over two hours. Tulsa Tech and the Tulsa Zoo received a combined $76,000 from our trade partners who supported the Flintco Open!
Other Tulsa charitable partners include Foundation for Tulsa Schools; Family and Children’s Services; Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa; Tulsa Regional Chamber; OSU Foundation; Tulsa Zoo Waltz on the Wild Side; First Tee of Tulsa; Jenks Public Schools; Broken Arrow Public Schools Foundation; Union Public Schools (Gala and Foundation); Owasso Education Foundation; Tulsa Tech Education Foundation; Tulsa Community College Education Foundation; Claremore PS Education Foundation