Members of the Huntington Beach Fire Association (HBFA) were presented a $40,000 check to the Huntington Beach High School Foundation. The money presented was raised at the Fire Association’s 21st Annual Great Balls of Fire charity golf tournament.
The HBFA’s mission is to give back to the community they serve off-duty, while building relationships through support and fundraising efforts. To date, HBFA has given $1.4 million to local charities. Each year, the Association selects a non-profit as the tournament’s beneficiary. Past recipients include Robyne’s Nest, Operation Surf, and Waymakers Youth Shelter.
Established in 1995, the Huntington Beach High School Foundation is a volunteer, non-profit corporation. The Foundation is comprised of parents, students, alumni, staff, and business/community representatives whose goal is to raise funds to benefit Huntington Beach High School students. The mission, then and now, is to inspire and promote excellence for all students at Huntington Beach High School through enhanced educational opportunities in the arts, academics, and athletics. This $40,000 donation will assist HBHS with capital projects, student programs, technology improvements, and more. For more information visit www.hbhsfoundation.org.