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Pink Bows Foundation Teams up with the Houston Open  “Birdies for Charity” Campaign


Pink Bows Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit that advocates for and promotes stronger safety protocols, provides safe spaces, and protects attendees at large events has announced it will be participating once again in the Texas Children’s Houston PGA Open through the “Birdies for Charity” program. The foundation was formed in 2022 as a tribute to the life of Madison Dubiski, who lost her life at the age of 23 while attending the Astroworld music festival. A local initiative called Pink Bows for Madison prompted an outpouring of support, which went viral nationally and internationally with thousands of pink bows being placed in her honor.

“Birdies for Charity,” presented by Haliburton, gives local charities the opportunity to raise funds through the Texas Children’s Houston Open. One hundred percent of the donations made go directly to the charities supported by the donors. As a generous bonus, The Texas Children’s Houston Open will award the top fifteen donation-collecting charities $100,000. As well, four charities, whose names will be randomly drawn, will be given the opportunity to have a booth at the tournament.

As well as donating to the charity of their choice, individual donors are invited to guess the number of birdies PGA TOUR pros will make during the event. There will be one grand prize of an Astros Suite Night at Minute Maid Park  for the donor who guesses correctly. In the event of ties, the winner will be randomly selected. Entries are made when individuals make donations to one of the local charities registered for the Texas Children’s Houston Open “Birdies for Charity” program. Donors can make a one-time flat rate donation at a minimum of $20.

"Pink Bows Foundation is honored to be one of the charities selected again as a beneficiary of “Birdies for Charities.” The campaign is a fun way for the Houston community to get involved with the Houston Open while supporting local charities with a chance to win a suite at an Astros game. We hope to ace the competition this year to support our mission of stronger safety protocols and save lives at entertainment venues," says Peter Remington, board president of Pink Bows Foundation.

Pink Bows Foundation placed sixth last year in the overall fundraising campaign out of  80 total participating nonprofits by raising over $50,000. It hopes to do even better this year.


The fundraising campaign will conclude on March 31, 2024. Donors wishing to support Pink Bows Foundation in this worthy effort can make their pledge at


About Pink Bows Foundation:

The Pink Bows Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit based in Houston, was founded on November 5, 2022, and promotes stronger safety protocols to be consistently implemented at entertainment venues, while providing safe spaces and protecting attendees to prevent avoidable injuries or death. The foundation recently provided their signature Pink Bows Safe Space™ at several Houston events, including the Bayou City Art Festival and the Deck the Hall Ball hosted by Audacy, 96.5 The Mix, and Sarah Pepper. Plans are underway to host the space at several large Houston-area events in 2024, including Houston Art Car Parade and Big As Texas Fest. The Pink Bows Safe Space™ is designed for individuals who feel overwhelmed, anxious, or uneasy, and need a mental health break. The safe space offers a quiet and calming environment where attendees can remove themselves from the chaos and relax, take deep breaths, find a peaceful spot to sit, focus on an object, listen to soothing music, or speak to a Mental Health Counselor. 

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