NEWS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Media Contact: Angela Corns
Marketing and Communications Director
Bay Area Turning Point
Webster, TX. (December 14, 2018) – Lee Swindler, a volunteer with Bay Area Turning Point, Inc. (BATP), is named a finalist for the Community Quarterback Award presented by the Houston Texans and BHP Billiton in partnership with the United Way of Greater Houston. This prestigious award recognizes outstanding volunteers from local United Way agencies whose work exemplifies the spirit of giving back to the community. As a finalist, Bay Area Turning Point will receive a $5,000 contribution Lee’s service.
A volunteer since 2012, Lee has donated countless hours to BATP, supporting the agency’s mission of providing recovery services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. In 2013, he was asked to join the Board of Directors and in 2015, Lee was elected to Board Chair, a position he held for two consecutive terms. Lee continues to serve on the Board of Directors and remains a dedicated volunteer and strong supporter of the agency as it strives to meet the unique needs of those it serves. “Working with BATP is rewarding, knowing my contributions can make a difference and have a positive impact on someone’s life,” states Swindler. “By volunteering, I’m able to help an agency I believe in and give back to the community I love.”
For more information about Bay Area Turning Point, its services and programs or to volunteer, go to www.bayareaturningpoint.org or call 281-338-7600.