Joseph Groh Foundation 2019 Golf Fundraiser to be Held in Dallas

Once a year, the Joseph S Groh Foundation hosts it most significant charity fundraiser of the year, a golf outing. Jackson Systems is proud to sponsor a hole at this event and help the Foundation promote the upcoming date.

This year, you’ll want to save the date for the 2019 annual golf tournament to be held on Monday, April 29, 2019 at Coyote Ridge Golf Club located in Carrollton, Texas

The mission of the Joseph Groh Foundation is to provide support to those connected with the construction trades industry (plumbing, HVAC, electrical, roofing etc.) who are living with life altering injuries. The Joseph Groh Foundation provides grants in the form of life enhancing equipment, remodels, adaptive automobiles, financial contributions and more to help those in need who once worked in the trades and has suffered injury.

Supporting this incredible foundation is easy:

Donations: Donations are accepted any time at the website:
(And, while you are there, read about some of the very inspiring stories of people who the organization has helped).

Golf Outing: Participation in the annual charity golf tournament is a great way to help contribute and spend the day with Foundation members to learn more about the organization and some of the stories of the recipients. Learn more about the golf outing here:

Help Spread the Good Word: Tell others in your organization or industry about us. Share our stories of charitable help to those in need in your social media posts.

To read some of the inspiring stories of technicians or contractors who refuse to give up after life-altering accidents, visit You’ll meet Samantha, who was an apprentice electrician installing controls for HVAC systems while working for Low-Voltage Solutions in Dallas before she was paralyzed in an auto accident. A bathroom remodel, provided by the gifts of those who contribute to our foundation, has greatly enhanced her life. And, meet James of Lyon, Georgia who began his career by working for BE&K Construction as a welding apprentice, while also serving in the Georgia Army National Guard. He’s now a C-5 quadriplegic, only able to use his right arm and hand. Contributions helped build him a ramp to his front door, greatly helping he and his wife with the now complicated task of getting to doctor’s appointments and running errands.

For more information on the Joseph S. Groh Foundation and Golf Tournament, visit

The Joseph S. Groh Foundation: Never look back. Never give up. Remain positive.

Updated: April 16, 2019 — 11:25 am

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