HP Byron Nelson Championship
The 2012 HP Byron Nelson Championship raised $5.37 million for Salesmanship Club Youth and Family Centers, bringing the total raised since the event’s inception to more than $127 million.
The Salesmanship Club Youth and Family Centers is a non-profit organization with a three-part mission: Therapy with troubled kids and families; education with at-risk kids and families and sharing what we learn. Participation by fans and volunteers in the HP Byron Nelson Championship enables everything our charity does—from operating the J. Erik Jonsson Community School to advancing therapy and research. The tournament's charity is improving and enriching the lives of at-risk and troubled children in the greater Dallas area. It is not enough to transform their todays; the event is committed to creating better possibilities for their tomorrows. The HP Byron Nelson Championship also honors America's heroes by offering 250 members of the military per-day access to hospitality in a villa overlooking the practice range.
HP Byron Nelson Championship supports the following charities and causes: