The Team Reed Foundation is a 501(c)-3 donor-advised fund and works with the Great Houston Community Foundation (GHFC) to help donate time and funds to Houston communities and its residents. The Foundation was created by Houston resident and PGA Golfer Patrick Reed. Patrick has always had a deep connection with the incredible city of Houston and wants to give back to the place that has given him so much over the years.
The Team Reed Foundation focuses on both larger charities, including the Ronald McDonald Foundation and Duke Center of Cancer Research, and smaller, local charities that benefit the Houston community. One area of focus for the foundation also includes golf, because of Patrick’s professional career and overall accomplishments in the sport. He wants to provide the same opportunities through playing golf, which is what led them to support organizations like the American Junior Golf Association.
In 2019, the Team Reed Foundation and the Southern Texas PGA Foundation recently announced that they have partnered to create the Patrick Reed Scholarship. The scholarship will be awarded to a graduating high school senior who has excelled both academically and athletically, making them a well-rounded student. The student that is chosen will receive a $10,000 scholarship towards college.
About Patrick Reed
Patrick Reed is a PGA golfer and co-founder of the Team Reed Foundation who resides in Houston, Texas with his family. Reed became a well-known golfer after winning the 2018 Masters tournament following an exceptional performance. Since then, Reed has continued to impress on the PGA tour, with 8 PGA Tour titles under his belt. He secured his most recent victory during the 2019 Northern Trust at National Harbor in New Jersey. Most recently, he tied for 3rd place during the DP World Championship, which took place in January 2021. Today, Patrick lives in Houston, Texas with his wife, Justine and daughter.
Learn more about Patrick Reed by visiting his professional website at GoTeamReed.com.