Six Flags Friends is a series of programs throughout the Six Flags family of parks that make a difference in communities by encouraging local involvement, supporting the mission of various non-profit organizations and bringing the thrill of Six Flags to children and families across North America.
Six Flags Friends is a proud supporter of hundreds of organizations throughout our Six Flags communities. Through our national partnerships, we successfully utilize our geographic span to make a difference as a unified family of parks. Through our donation program we are able to contribute to many local organizations.
The mission of Six Flags Friends is to deliver smiles and thrills to children and families across North America, from the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Hurricane Harbor Arlington is pleased to assist qualified Texas non-profit organizations with their fundraising efforts with a once a year donation. Hurricane Harbor Arlington prides itself on being involved in the community by helping local public non-profit organizations through in-kind donations of tickets.
Please make your request by completing our donation application. One of our park representatives will be in contact.
Six Flags Over Texas is also pleased to support the work of organizations that make an impact in our surrounding neighborhoods. It is the work of the organizations below that truly make our cities a better place to live, work and enjoy.
Six Flags Friends is dedicated to furthering the mission of the following organizations:
Big Brothers Big Sisters
The Big Brothers Big Sisters mission is to help children reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-one relationships with mentors that have a measurable impact on youth. Six Flags is proud to provide a platform for the Big Brothers Big Sisters program to develop positive relationships between mentors and children while enjoying a day at Six Flags Over Texas.
Taking Steps to Cure Cystic Fibrosis is the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s largest national event. Six Flags Friends is proud to be a host of the annual walk to find a cure for Cystic Fibrosis at Six Flags Over Texas. To find out more information, please visit the Cystic Fibrosis website.
Since 1980, the Make-A-Wish Foundation® has enriched the lives of children with life-threatening medical conditions through its wish-granting work. Six Flags is proud to be a part of this amazing wish-granting organization and is excited to fulfill the wishes of children who dream of visiting Six Flags Over Texas.
Children’s Medical Center Night
Each year, Family night at Six Flags Over Texas draws an attendance of more than 10,000 Guests to benefit Children’s Medical Center. Since its creation in 1969, Family Night at Six Flags has raised more than $10 million for Children’s and help fund lifesaving work.
The Gladney Fund
The Gladney Fund exists for the purpose of funding bright futures through adoption. By providing financial support for the Gladney Center for Adoption, the Center can continue to place children into loving families and continue to communicate the message of adoption as a loving way to build a family. Six Flags Friends is a supporters of the Gladney Fund and committed to their mission.
Red Carpet Day — Heart of Passion
Each year Six Flags Friends & the Heart of Passion rolls out the Red Carpet for young adults battling cancer and invites them to experience an exclusive day at Six Flags Over Texas. With personal meet and greets by our Looney Tunes characters, exciting rides and shows just for them, each guest can leave their worry at the gate and experience “Red Carpet” treatment all day long!
The Heart of Passion is dedicated to helping young adults with cancer to promote friendships, inspire confidence and create lasting memories. Six Flags Friends is happy to provide the venue where this mission can come to life. It is exciting to watch as “Six Flags Friends” are made and lasting memories are created throughout this day of luxury.
Denton State School
Denton State School: Denton State Supported Living Center is the largest of the 12 state living centers in Texas and home to more than 580 individuals with severe and profound mental retardation. The Volunteer Services Council for Denton State Supported Living Center is a nonprofit organization (501(c)3), which was established in 1960. They inform and educate the public about mental retardation and operate a volunteer program for the benefit of individuals served by Denton SSLC facility their families, and service providers.