2017 Funded Partners

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Agape Missionaries For Life

$82,000

To create a sustainable provision for medical missionaries in Harlingen and RGV.

Boys & Girls Club of McAllen

$20,000

 Youth participate in physical activities but lack the knowledge they need to make positive food choices. Boys & Girls Club's Triple Play curriculum demonstrates how eating smart, keeping fit and positive relationships add up to a healthy lifestyle.

www.bgcmcallen.net

Boys and Girls Clubs of Harlingen

$50,000

The program provides a multi component Sports and Fitness Training Series to address problems associated with childhood obesity and low fitness levels in children, utilizing components that positively influence the Mind, Body, and Soul.

www.mybgchkids.org

C.A.M.P. University

$26,810

We are looking to expand our 3 day a week program to a 5 day a week program.  Presently we provide day habilitation for special needs young adults and are hoping to expand our services to better serve our community.

facebook.com/CampUniversity

CATCH Global Foundation

$30,000

The Brownsville ISD CATCH grant will provide physical activity and nutrition education and build district capacity to create and sustain healthy school environments for approximately 21,000 K-5th grade students in 37 elementary schools.

catchglobalfoundation.org

Children's Defense Fund of Texas

$67,770

To support year two of a three year plan to expand the work of CDF-Texas in the Rio Grande Valley to increase healthcare access for children. 

cdftexas.org

City of Los Indios

$400,000

Grant would serve as a match to acquire property and build neighborhood parks in underserved neighborhoods along US 281.

City of Mercedes

$150,000

City of Mercedes This project will allow for the installation of exercise and fitness stations along the new trail to reduce medical ailments due to lack of physical fitness activities.

cityofmercedes.com

City of Mission

$500,000

Construction of Tennis Center with new youth tennis program to encourage healthy lifestyle and reduce obesity in South Texas area.

missiontexas.us

City of Primera

$500,000

A 1.2 mile walking-bike trail that will connect with the city's park.

cityofprimera.com

Culture of Life Ministries

$86,600

The goal is to further assist patients whose care is otherwise incomplete after a PCP visit.

colmhealth.org

Family Crisis Center, Inc.

$100,000

To continue to break the cycle of violence through counseling services and community education.

familycrisisctr.org

Food Bank of the Rio Grande Valley, Inc.

$300,000

Creating an innovative pantry with UTRGV and Good Neighbor Settlement House for Brownsville. 

foodbankrgv.com

Holy Family Services, Inc.

$450,000

To create a more sustainable birthing center that’s structurally suitable for family care services.

holyfamilybirthcenter.org

Infant & Family Nutrition Agency

$29,810

Healthy Babies Healthy Families will allow IFNA to turn the corner on sustainability and improve impact by significantly leveraging IFNA's ability to deliver an increased volume of effective nutrition and breastfeeding services.

ifnargv.com

Loaves & Fishes of the RGV

$100,000

Great Physician Healthy Living addresses health related causes and consequences of poverty.

lfrgv.org

Los Fresnos Ambulance Service, Inc

$109,517

Upgrade of EKG Heart Monitors from Lifepak-12 to Lifepak- 15 to provide better care to patients.

http://cityoflosfresnos.saffire.com/p/getinvolved/276

Moody Clinic

$100,000

To provide rehabilitative services to children with disabilities birth to 21 years old of low to moderate income.

www.moodyclinic.org

Planned Parenthood South Texas

$35,000

Habla Con Tu Hermana educates the community about sexual health and responsibility and distributes health care vouchers to eligible women, waiving the cost of a family planning visit at Planned Parenthood clinics in Harlingen or Brownsville.

www.ppsouthtexas.org

Proyecto Desarrollo Humano

$10,000

Our medical/dental clinic provides free care for uninsured people. Doctors, dentists, and nurses volunteer their services.

www.pdhtexas.org

Rio Grande State Center Citizen's Volunteer Council

$25,000.00

Funds will be used to secure prompt specialty services from collaborative partners for continued patient care requiring specialty services not provided at the Clinic and where the cost is prohibitive to the indigent population served. 

Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Rio Grande Valley

$50,000

The Ronald McDonald House (program) is a 24 hour a day, 7 day a week, 365 days a year "home away from home " for families in need of comfort and care we provide.

rmhcrgv.org

South Texas Emergency Care Foundation, Inc.

$913,036.24

ECG monitoring in the EMS prehospital setting is essential in saving lives of our patients.

www.stec-ems.org

Sunshine Haven, Inc.

$30,000

Sunshine Haven provides 24 hour comfort/palliative care to terminally ill patients enrolled in Hospice who cannot be cared for at home because of lack the resources.

sunshinehaveninc.org

Texas A&M University Colonias Program

$157,183

The DMAM Project improves the capacity of women to understand and cope with depressive symptoms.

arch.tamu.edu

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Weslaco Inc

$50,000

This grant will provide new equipment for the newly constructed Boys and Girls Club.

facebook.com/BgCwInC/

The Salvation Army-McAllen

$25,000

The health and welfare of individuals begins with basic needs of shelter and food. This program proactively meets those needs to enhance our client's lives and the community.

www.salvationarmytexas.org/mcallen/

Tip of Texas Family Outreach

$30,000

Providing home based parenting skills, advocacy, education, guidance, and support to "at risk" teen parents and young adults to ensure children are raised in a safe, healthy and nurturing environment.

totfo.com

Trauma Regional Advisory Council V (TRAC V)

$500,000

To enhance Emergency Services communications & transitions of care for patient safety & treatment.

www.tracv.org

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

$14,999,995

This project will build on existing UTRGV SOM infrastructure to establish a Center for Brain Health.

utrgv.edu

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

$500,000

The UTRGV SOM Dept. of Psychiatry is developing/implementing psychology internships and fellowships.

utrgv.edu