Over the years, we have helped build communities and lives by supporting the great work of more than 1,200 organizations. In recent years, the foundation has awarded grants totaling approximately $4 million annually.
Since 1996, this faith-based organization has been dedicated to living its mission through the guidance of the church by empowering the lives of caregivers, congregations, health professionals, families, and the community to care for those living with dementia.
The Arbor School of Houston offers an all-inclusive special needs program for children six weeks to 18 years old. Student education is structured to intensively develop key skills for individuals with disabilities, creating a foundation from which they may thrive and reach their greatest level of success.
For 55 years, The Beatrice Mayes Institute has strived to expand minds, build character, and inspire community action. This public charter school is seeking to grow their mission by doubling the number of children in attendance and beginning the construction of their new and improved building.
One youth at a time, Covenant House shelters more than 2,000 young people a night who have suffered homelessness and trafficking. As part of their mission, they are building a present and future by providing imminent needs such as a home, food, and clothing.
Promoting awareness, enhancing safety, and improving performance are the ways the Houston Police Foundation strives to make Houston a safer city for all. In response to their mission, The Armored Discreet Crew Cab Truck will increase officer safety during high-risk apprehension of criminals as well as in rescuing injured civilians.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Houston is committed to educating the community in Houston and throughout the world through resources that celebrate the heritage and values of the Jewish people. The Early Childhood Education Program allows the organization to further engage children early, leading to stronger connections to the broader Jewish community for the child and their family.
Through science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), the Lone Star Flight Museum educates and engages Texas youth. The museum has made it their mission to celebrate flight and achievements in Texas aviation history.
Established in 2004, The Prison Entrepreneurship Program (PEP) has been transforming inmates and executives by unlocking human potential through entrepreneurial passion, education, and mentoring. Their vision is to prevent recidivism and maximize self-sufficiency by allowing every inmate the opportunity of having a choice and chance to restore hope in their life.
SpringSpirit provides children pathways to various opportunities ensuring their growth in body, mind, and soul. Through sports, education, and mentoring programs based on Christian principles, SpringSpirit enables youth to realize opportunities while enhancing community and family life.
WorkTexas is devoted to partnering with various businesses to train students seeking to complete their high school education while at the same time developing trade skills to readily enter the workforce. The expansion of their second location will support the Harris Country Juvenile Probation Department’s transformation from a youth detention center to a workforce development center.