COTA Tower Climb on 9/11
Samaritan Center is memorializing the 20th anniversary of 9/11 with a tower climb at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA) Observation Tower. The event honors victims and heroes from the 9/11 tragedy. The Tower is 25 stories up and has 419 stairs. Participants will climb the stairs to the observation deck and back down twice to mimic the number of stairs in the World Trade Center's twin towers.
Individuals, groups and organizations are encouraged to participate in this exciting, worth-while event that brings the community together for a fun day of golf. We invite you to gather your friends, family and co-workers and form a team. An organization can have as many participants as they like. Men and women, no matter the golf playing ability are invited to play. Funds raised through this spectacular event are used to support the Samaritan Center’s mission of improving the mental, physical and spiritual health of individuals and families in Central Texas. Join us Friday, November 12, 2021.
ATX Veterans Heart Ball
The Veterans Ball was established to raise funds for our military programs. In 2020, thanks to a generous community, and the funds raised through this event, we provided services to nearly 1,000 veterans and family members. Individuals, groups and organizations are encouraged to attend this heartwarming, celebratory event that brings the community together around veterans.
Ethics In Business
Established in 2002 by the Samaritan Center and adopted by RecognizeGood® on its 10th anniversary, the Ethics in Business & Community Awards (EiBC) are an annual honor for individuals, businesses and nonprofits who demonstrate exemplary ethical practices. Proceeds from the Awards Luncheon directly support all of the Samaritan Center’s affordable counseling programs, including the Hope for Heroes initiative, which provides essential support for veterans and military families who struggle with post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, substance abuse and homelessness.