Lion Street 2019 Annual Report FINAL - Page 16



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PHIL AN T HROPY
Lion Street believes it’s important to give back to causes close to our Owners.
Bluebonnet Youth Ranch
The Bluebonnet Youth Ranch (BYR) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that serves
as a long-term, residential home for dependent, abused and neglected children. The
facility is located in Yoakum, Texas, and is licensed to serve up to 30 children from
infancy to age 18. BYR allows children to live free from victimization, and presents
every opportunity for them to build better futures for themselves and mature into
successful, productive adults.
City of Hope
Lion Street has been honored to support and be an active member of City of Hope
for years. City of Hope is a pioneer in the fields of bone marrow transplantation,
diabetes and numerous breakthrough cancer drugs, based on technology developed
at the institution. Lion Street’s Royce Imhoff currently serves as Chairman of the Life
Insurance Committee and was honored with the organization’s Spirit of Life Award in
2019 for his philanthropic efforts.
Hands for Hunger
Hands for Hunger is a humanitarian organization committed to the elimination
of unnecessary hunger and the reduction of food waste through the creation of
meaningful and engaging partnerships formed among all sectors of the Bahamian
community, where Lion Street held its 2019 Owners Convention.
The University of Texas — Longhorn Foundation
The Longhorn Foundation is the official fundraising arm of Texas Athletics and supports
the educational and competitive pursuits of more than 500 student-athletes. Lion
Street contributes to the Foundation’s pursuits. Texas Athletics exists to develop
student-athletes through their connection to master coaches, elite performance
centers and focused academic nurturing. An investment in the Longhorn Foundation
inspires this life-changing vision and ensures that student-athletes gain the tools
necessary to grow and become foremost competitors and leaders.
RBI
Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) is a youth baseball program operated by Major
League Baseball. This youth initiative is designed to provide young people from
underserved and diverse communities the opportunity to play baseball and softball.
The program was created by John Young in 1989 in Los Angeles, and now serves more
than 200 communities. Lion Street is a proud supporter of this outreach program.
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