2019 Weatherford Walks Names Spindletop as a Beneficiary

Weatherford employees and their families enjoyed a beautiful day in November at Sam Houston Race Park. This annual event, hosted by Weatherford International, is unique in that the attendees have the rare occasion to walk the horse race track, followed by family enjoyment and great food and activities for all ages. This year, Weatherford included […]

OTC Donates $300,000 to Spindletop

The Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) celebrated its Golden Jubilee in May 2019 and in doing so recognized Spindletop Charities, Inc. with a generous $300,000 grant. The beautiful gala attended by several hundred OTC corporate participants gathered to kick-off the OTC Week events and celebrate its 50th anniversary. While many were familiar with Spindletop Charities, many […]

Spindletop Charities Selected as OTC 2019 Beneficiary!

We are thrilled to announce that Spindletop Charities has been named as the beneficiary of the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) 2019. “The OTC Board of Directors looks forward to working directly with Spindletop Charities on choosing which organizations will receive a percentage of the donation and seeing what work will be done and impact made […]

2017 Impact Community Award Be an Angel Fund, Inc.

As Be an Angel Fund, Inc. (BAA) celebrated its 30th anniversary of service to aid children with multiple disabilities, Spindletop Charities, Inc. was recognized for supporting its mission for the past 29 years. During the 2017 Angel Awards Dinner, held on April 28, 2017, the Be An Angel, Inc. Impact Community Award was presented to […]

2016 Donor Recognition Award Shriners Hospital for Children

Shriners Hospital for Children provides immediate and long-term medical care to children with orthopedic and neuromusculoskeletal disorders and diseases, as well as intensive care for burn patients. On August 18, 2016, in honor of its 50th anniversary, a select group of donors were presented the Shriners Hospital for Children Donor Recognition Award. Spindletop representatives accepting […]

2016 Vanguard Award Girls, Inc. of Greater Houston

Girls Inc. of Greater Houston’s mission is to inspire all girls to be Strong, Smart, and Bold. They do this on an outreach basis through a variety of programming that focuses on math and science, health and wellness, economic literacy, empowerment, and anti-bullying programming. Spindletop’s support has focused on the middle school science clubs encouraging […]

2009 Light of Hope Award Aldine Y.O.U.T.H.

Aldine Y.O.U.T.H.’s mission is the personal development of low income youth and families through ministry and a variety of specialized services. Sylvia Bolling, founder of Aldine Y.O.U.T.H. (center), presented the 2009 Light of Hope Award to Spindletop represented by Constance White and Marie Arcos.

2008 Humanitarian Award Recipient The Children’s Assessment Center

Since 1993 Spindletop has supported The Children’s Assessment Center in its efforts to investigate child sexual abuse and help the young victims. The Humanitarian Award recognizes the Spindletop donations provided for the enhanced digital technology program. Receiving the award from CAC staff and dignitaries were Spindletop representatives Mike Weill, Joe Hudson and Constance White.

2007 James H. Galloway Award Recipient Outstanding Corporate Partner The YMCA Of Greater Houston

YMCA representatives Marie Arcos (MD Anderson Family YMCA) and Patrick Murphy (Port Arthur YMCA) present the YMCA Outstanding Corporate Partner “James H. Galloway Award” to Spindletop representatives Mike Weill and Constance White (center). Spindletop began supporting the M.D. Anderson Family YMCA in 1999 and other Y’s since. James H. Galloway was an executive with Exxon […]

2007 Outstanding Foundation Partner Presented by ESCAPE Family Resource Center

The ESCAPE Outstanding Foundation Partner was presented to Spindletop for our many years of support to their mission of preventing child abuse and neglect. Pictured during the award ceremony are Escape representatives John Schiller and Lydia Osadchey, (l) and Spindletop representatives Constance White, Debbie and Jack Moore.