About the Cause


Homeless pets influence everyone in the community, and the problem is significant:

  • In North Texas alone, an average of 40,000 healthy pets are euthanized because they do not have a home.
  • Approximately three to four million animals are euthanized in shelters nationwide each year. That’s about one every nine seconds.
  • Each week, 500 new dogs and cats enter the shelter, many facing the fact that they will be euthanized.
  • Twenty-five percent of purebred dogs are estimated to be in shelters nationwide.
  • Most people don’t understand how one life, one foster, can have a ripple effect and change the system.


Becoming a sponsor to support The Beam Foundation (link to: and Texas Alliance For Homeless Pets is not just about being a good corporate citizen.  It’s an investment.  By supporting The Beam Foundation’s golf tournament, you directly impact 11 local animal welfare organizations.


Because of the extraordinary leadership of Ken Beam, President and CEO of Pegasus Logistics Group (, and Darla Beam, founder of Texas Alliance of Homeless Pets, the Beam Foundation golf tournament attracts C-suite executives from various businesses and industries.  Golf tournament sponsors enjoy opportunities to brand their company, products and services to North Texas’ elite business executives.


The Beam Foundation is a nonprofit organization created to touch the lives of others through philanthropy. Founded by Ken Beam, the Beam Foundation’s mission is to make a positive impact on the lives of others.   Because of the faithful commitment of the Pegasus Logistics Group and Ken and Darla Beam, this annual golf tournament has raised more than $500,000 since 2005 to benefit several charitable groups.  The Beam Foundation now has laser-focus to make an impact to resolvethe underlying issues of homeless pets in Texas through community collaborative efforts.  We need your help! 

About the Texas Alliance For Homeless Pets

The Texas Alliance for Homeless Pets, an organization within the Beam Foundation increases awareness and works tirelessly to find every animal a forever home.  As the first stop in our strategic initiative, we created a coalition of Dallas and Tarrant County animal welfare groups.  These organizations are committed to the bigger picture by impacting animal wellness and euthanasia in a large scale way.  We understand that what one person or group can’t do alone, a large group of passionate individuals or groups can accomplish.  TAHP’s vision is to create social change so that every dog and cat has a happy healthy home.  Our mission is to resolve the underlying, systematic issues of overpopulation of pets in Texas through community outreach and collaboration.  We need your help!

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