Partnering with HomeAid Houston for 2023

On March 27, 2023 our annual golf tournament was able to donate proceeds to HomeAid Houston to help build a solution to homelessness. By partnering with HomeAid Houston, we're helping their mission to assist people experiencing or at risk of homelessness build new lives through construction, community engagement and education. HomeAid has completed over 77 construction and renovation projects in the Houston area with over $16 million in housing improvements. They’ve provided more than 1,800 beds and 1.3 million nights of sleep. We are proud to partner with an organization that helps people move toward self-sufficiency. 2022’s sold-out tournament raised $85,000 which benefited the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

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Hotchkiss Helps in the Community

While serving others is woven into the fabric of our organization, so is having fun. We enjoy what we do, who we work with and we have fun thinking of ways to support those in need.

As a part of Hotchkiss Helps, we have cooked and served thousands of meals at a yearly Thanksgiving lunch for the military, sorted and organized clothing donations, served meals to Harvey relief workers, and raised funds for important causes like cancer research by hosting cornhole tournaments, setting up dunking booths and throwing pies in our colleagues’ faces — all for a good cause, of course!

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50 Trainees Served

Each Thanksgiving, the Hotchkiss team serves a Thanksgiving meal to 50 trainees from Lackland Air Force base in San Antonio to show our appreciation for their service.

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$33,040 Donated

We’re proud to support incredible charities each year. Last year, we raised $33,040 for Soldiers’ Angels, which provides aid, comfort, and resources to the military, veterans, and their families.

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500 Hours

Hotchkiss Insurance is dedicated to enriching the communities we call home. The Hotchkiss team devotes a large chunk of their time every year for various community projects.

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