2019 Funded Partners

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Agape Missionaries for Life

$100,000

This project is geared to improving quality in the way we learn about sustainable health provision and growing in scope of health provision and education in our community.

Aurora House Foundation

$100,000

Aurora House is working to strengthen organizational sustainability and resiliency, enhance Board effectiveness, and restore operations to full capacity.

www.aurorahouse.org

Boys & Girls Club of Los Fresnos

$10,000

This project seeks to improve club member and family wellness through enhancing their Triple Play program activities.

www.fb.com/bgclosfresnos/

Buckner Children and Family Services, Inc.

$50,000

Buckner's Family Hope Center addresses sustainability, providing easy access to care, and a healthier lifestyle for the family.

www.buckner.org

 

Cameron County Mental Health Task Force

$49,979

ETC (End the Stigma) - Connect services to individuals by creating a community resource center to a rural community.

www.cameroncountymentalhealth.org

CATCH Global Foundation

$104,000

The CATCH Program in Edinburg CISD supports elementary and middle schools in creating environments that teach and promote healthy lifestyles

www.catchglobalfoundation.com

Children's Hunger Fund

$30,000

Children's Hunger Fund aims to alleviate hunger and deliver hope. CHF sends food and aid to the homes of families in need.

www.childrenshungerfund.org

City of Alamo

$55,583

The City of Alamo will upgrade and replace the 4 indoor/outdoor air condition systems at the Alamo Youth Center gym.

www.cityofalamo.org

 

City of Brownsville

$500,000

The City of Brownsville looks to establish a Food Hub to increase access to fresh, healthy, and affordable local food.

www.cob.us

City of South Padre Island

$307,783

SPI Fire will acquire 5 Lifepak-15 monitor defibrillators and 5 Lucas-3 Devices.

www.myspi.org

 

Community Hope Projects, Inc.

$100,000

HOPE's Wellness and Supportive Health Project will expand coordination of services, build sustainability, and will empower patients to address health care needs through health and supportive services.

www.hopefamilyhealthcenter.org

Culture of Life Ministries

$50,000

Culture of Life Ministries aims to help the needy access specialty, diagnostic, and treatment services in our community.

www.colmhealth.org

El Milagro Clinic

$100,000

El Milagro's Integrated Behavioral Health model focuses on achieving behavioral changes through nutrition, exercise, and mental health counseling.

www.elmilagroclinic.org

Family Crisis Center, Inc.

$66,500

Family Crisis Center aims to break the cycle of violence through community education and counseling.

www.familycrisisctr.org

Family Endeavors

$48,871

The UEVAP seeks to end the cycle of veteran homelessness in the Rio Grande Valley region of Texas.

www.endeavors.org

Food Bank of the Rio Grande Valley, Inc.

$50,000

Mesa Llena is a food-relief project to improve the health of low income residents of Brownsville.

www.foodbankrgv.com

Good Samaritan Community Services

$25,207

Camp Good Sam - RGV improves health outcomes and enhances academic achievement in students grades 1 - 8.

www.goodsamtx.org

Hidalgo County

$500,000

Construction of a 6,200 sq. ft. youth facility plus a 5,400 sq. ft. youth gym.

www.hidalgocounty.us

IT'S TIME TEXAS

$500,000

ITT supports schools, employers, nonprofits, healthcare systems, and communities with programs and resources focused on increasing healthy behaviors, including good nutrition and physical activity.

www.itstimetexas.org

La Posada Providencia

$12,000

This project eliminates bed bugs as a health threat to residents of a homeless shelter.

www.lppshelter.org

Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council

$250,000

RGV B-Cycle program will support regional health and wellness across the Rio Grande Valley through collaborative bike share program.

www.lrgvdc.org

Nuevos Horizontes of Starr County

$28,800

This program will focus on educating and helping disabled youth.

 

Proyecto Juan Diego, Inc.

$150,984

Unidos Contra la Diabetes is a community partnership dedicated to preventing diabetes in the Rio Grande Valley, utilizing a large scale change approach known as "collective impact".

www.ucdrgv.org

Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Rio Grande Valley

$50,000

Children's families are provided with a place to stay, eat, and sleep.

www.rmhcrgv.org

Su Clinica

$621,150

This project is a collaborative integration of pediatric behavioral health services into the primary care setting.

www.suclinica.org

 

Sunny Glen Children's Home

$25,000

Sunny Glen's Counseling Center provides mental health counseling for individuals and families.

www.sunnyglen.org

Sunshine Haven, Inc.

$46,855

Sunshine Haven will continue to provide accessible 24 hour care for terminally ill patients.

www.sunshinehaveninc.org

Syracuse University - Institute for Veterans and Military Families

$1,200,000

TXServes RGV is an innovative model of coordinated care and service delivery for military families designed to get the right veteran to the right service in the least amount of time.

www.ivmf.syr.edu

The Salvation Army - Harlingen

$50,000

The Salvation Army will provide basic life needs through prescription and utility assistance for those in poverty.

www.salvationarmytexas.org/harlingen

WomenTogether Foundation, Inc.

$45,373

The Transitional Housing program offers victims of domestic violence 18 months of housing and case management.

www.womentogether.org