The Union League of Philadelphia

What Mr. Andrews does professionally is interwoven with his personal values and commitments.  A native of the Philadelphia area and an adopted Texan of over thirty years, Mr. Andrews continues to nurture his Philadelphia heritage and support his adopted home while also supporting myriad worthy causes important to him through robust philanthropic generosity.

Elected to the Union League of Philadelphia in 2008, Mr. Andrews immediately established the Charles S. and Florence S. Doerr endowed scholarship, through the Union League’s Scholarship Foundation, in memory of his Great Uncle and Great Aunt (who introduced him to the Union League as a young man of 12 years old).  In 2009, Mr. Andrews made a major contribution in support of the Anniversary Campaign of the League’s Abraham Lincoln Foundation.

Not only does Mr. Andrews prescribe to the Christian call to Stewardship, he is also a recognized speaker on the subject.  He currently supports St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church (Corpus Christi, Texas), St. Mark’s Episcopal Church (San Antonio, Texas) and Christ Church (Philadelphia).  Additional charitable causes supported by Mr. Andrews include the Salvation Army of Corpus Christi, the Salvation Army of San Antonio, the San Antonio Food Bank, and the Jim & Kay Hines Medical Ministry (Guatemala).  Former charitable causes include the Liberty Bell Chapter of the USO (Philadelphia) and OnTrack America.

University of Maryland Department of Fire Protection Engineering

Most recently, Mr. Andrews was named co-chair of an exploratory committee that is designing a major fundraising campaign for the Department of Fire Protection Engineering at the University of Maryland.