Krotz Spring Benefiting Charities

The Delek Tournament for Hope in Krotz Springs Louisiana 2018


The Delek Fund for Hope was established in 2008 to support charities in the communities in which our employees and customers live and work. These communities include those served by each of our business interests. Krotz Springs Louisiana is one of those locations. The United Way has historically played a significant role in connecting donors with charitable organizations in this community. For this reason, the 2018 Delek Tournament for Hope in Krotz Springs will benefit the St. Landry-Evangeline United Way – thus reaching its sixteen partner agencies listed below.


Since 1957, St. Landry-Evangeline United Way has evolved as one of the most active and dynamic United Ways for its size in the country.  Serving St. Landry and Evangeline Parishes, St. Landry-Evangeline United Way has fully embraced the United Way Worldwide model of community impact.

The Mission of the St. Landry-Evangeline United Way :  To improve St. Landry and Evangeline parishes by assessing the needs of the communities, mobilizing leaders and citizens through collaboration and volunteerism, and providing resource support to create lasting positive changes in lives, neighborhoods, and communities, with a focus on the building blocks of a strong community, health, education, and financial stability.

St. Landry-Evangeline United Way Partner Agencies
  • Family Strong Foundation (helping women join the workforce; job training; empowerment)
  • Thensted Center (provides tutoring; summer camp opportunities; food; financial literacy)
  • Landry-Evangeline Sexual Assault Center (provides comprehensive short-term sexual trauma treatment and education to teens)
  • Community Birth Companion (provides education and support to new mothers; coordinates services with local hospitals)
  • Boys and Girls Clubs of Acadiana (provides after-school tutoring and activities and summer activities for ages 6-18)
  • Ville Platte Girls & Boys Place (provides summer activities and culinary training for youth age 6-18)
  • VITA (Volunteer Instructors Teaching Adults) (provides GED instruction and testing; other adult education and literacy programs)
  • Southwest Louisiana Primary Care (provides medical, mental, dental, etc. to the under insured or the uninsured)
  • Girl Scouts (serves girls 6-18 through leadership training, self-improvement skills and community service
  • Acadian CARES (serves all ages through community and school based education related to HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases
  • CASA Court Appointed Special Advocate (serves children designated by the courts as children in need of care. Volunteers serve as advocates for abused and/or neglected children)
  • The Extra Mile (serves our region through federal grants and private donations for supportive services to families, foster children, adoptive parents, and others – parent training, clothing, diapers, coats for kids)
  • Boy Scouts (serves boys and girls age 5-18 through adventure experiences, STEM, leadership training and community service)
  • ICONS (local food bank that provides food to the needy and financial literacy training)
  • Cerebral Palsy Clinic (provides OT, PT, SLP primarily to children at no cost)
  • The Refinery Mission (provides a homeless shelter for men with programs for job training, emotional and spiritual growth and healing. Focus on rehabilitation from drug and alcohol addiction)

May 7-9, 2019

September 24-26, 2019

November 19-21, 2019