The 2016 Volunteers of America Shootout

April 25 through May 1, 2016 in Irving, TX

Watch the world's top female golfers compete for a $1.9 million purse at the only LPGA Tour event in the state of Texas, which provides critical funds to support Volunteers of America's mission of helping America's most vulnerable.

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Volunteers of America is the charity that always steps forward to help the most vulnerable. For over 120 years, we have taken on the most difficult tasks to help the most under-served.

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    120 Years of Helping Those in Need

    Since 1896, Volunteers of America has been helping America's most vulnerable men, women and children. And 120 years later, we have almost 16,000 paid, professional employees dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives. Learn more about our name and what “volunteer” meant back in 1896 when we were founded.

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    The Volunteers of America Texas Shootout

    The Volunteers of America Texas Shootout is the only LPGA Tour event in Texas and attracts the best female golfers in the world. Boasting 19 of the Rolex Rankings' top 20 players and an international TV broadcast, all eyes will be focused here April 25 - May 1, 2016. Volunteers, sponsors and fans are encouraged to come out and enjoy the event.

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    more than 2 million people helped annually

  • 110,000

    kids and young people given opportunities they could never have imagined

  • 21,000

    veterans whose lives we have helped improve

  • 35,000

    individuals and families impacted by incarceration helped

  • 15,000

    individuals with intellectual disabilities empowered to be independent and involved in their communities

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    older adults cared for, housed and loved

  • 83,000

    homeless individuals assisted

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    people housed in our 17,149 affordable housing units in 377 properties