• In the community

    Since‌​ 1966,‌​ Spindletop‌​ has‌​ contributed‌​ more‌​ than‌​ $21‌​ million‌​ to‌​ youth‌​ charities!‌​

    Learn about what we do
  • In the community

    We‌​ are‌​ supported‌​ by‌​ the‌​ generosity‌​ of‌​ the‌​ oil‌​ and‌​ gas‌​ industry!‌​

    Learn about who we are
  • In the community

    Our‌​ volunteers‌​ contribute‌​ greatly‌​ to‌​ Spindletop’s‌​ success!‌​

    Learn how to get involved

Our Mission

Spindletop Charities, Inc. (aka Spindletop International) benefits youth charity organizations in the Greater Houston Area, while promoting goodwill and fellowship within the oil and gas industry.

Who We Support

Since 1966, Spindletop has contributed over $21 million to aid children. Donations focus on specific projects and educational programs that directly serve at-risk youth. Over the years, the Spindletop name is honored on specific projects due to generous support.

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Get Involved

The Spindletop community includes volunteers, charity partners, donors and event sponsors. Volunteers are selected from participating event sponsors. We encourage youth charities to apply for funding and we appreciate general donations throughout the year from companies and individuals.

Latest News

Spindletop Charities, Inc. moves to new office space

Thanks to Cameron for providing office space to Spindletop for more than 15 years! With its merger into Schlumberger, Spindletop will relocate its offices to the Schlumberger corporate building.   Thanks to  Schlumberger for this very generous donation! New address: 5599 San Felipe, Houston, Tx 77056 (effective today, July 18th)

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Our 50th Anniversary

Spindletop Charities, Inc. Celebrates 50 Years of Supporting Youth Charities

Spindletop Charities, Inc. celebrated its 50th anniversary at the 41st annual Spindletop Holiday Ball in 2014, and continued its Golden Jubilee Celebration through the 50th annual Spindletop Oilmen's Golf Tournament in 2015.

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Children are our most valuable resource.

Herbert Hoover