2021 Funded Partners

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Access Esperanza Clinics Inc.

$50,000

The Access to Care Project will offer continuity of care for a minimum of 400 people in the Hidalgo County Area by providing provide physical exams, Pap tests, breast exams, STI testing and treatment.

www.accessclinics.org

 

Amigos Del Valle

$120,000

To provide shelf stable meals to seniors along with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to ensure the safety of our clients and staff.

https://www.advrgv.org

 

AMIkids Rio Grande Valley

$30,000

To enhance the mental health and substance abuse prevention services in a residential setting for troubled youth.

https://www.amikids.org

 

Aurora House Foundation

$28,000

To engage in capacity development work, implement organizational improvements, planning, and fundraising efforts that will help Aurora House achieve sustainability.

https://www.aurorahouse.org/

 

 

Cameron County Children's Advocacy Centers, Inc.

$30,000

The Children's Advocacy Center of Cameron and Willacy Counties offers a safe haven for the victims of child abuse while working collaboratively with other child abuse professionals on case management, investigation, and prosecution of child abuse cases.

https://caccwc.org/

 

Capable Kids Foundation, Inc.

$30,000

Capable Kids Foundation, Inc, launched a COVID-19 response to provide support and resources to families of children with disabilities during the pandemic.

https://ckrgv.org/

 

Children's Bereavement Center of South Texas

$300,000

The CBC-RGV Grief Support Project will foster healing for grieving children, families, and the community, expand services to Hidalgo County, and facilitate CBC-RGV becoming an independent nonprofit.

https://www.cbcst.org

 

Children's Hunger Fund

$35,500

Children’s Hunger Fund provides food and hope to children in need throughout the Rio Grande Valley.

https://www.childrenshungerfund.org

 

Community Hope Projects Inc

$25,000

The Social Determinants of Health Screening Project is an ongoing collaboration between Hope Family Health Center, El Milagro Clinic, Nuestra Clinica Del Valle, and UTRGV to create, distribute, and asses the social determinants of health utilizing a shared screening tool to better understand the needs of the Rio Grande Valley.

https://www.hopefamilyhealthcenter.org

 

Community Hope Projects Inc

$75,000

HOPE's IBH Continuity of Care introduces new patients to clinic services while allowing for in depth data collection and management to build sustainability and the continuity of care.

https://www.hopefamilyhealthcenter.org

 

El Milagro Clinic

$75,000

To provide medical, nutrition, wellness & mental health services to address co-morbidities & promote disease prevention.

https://www.elmilagroclinic.org

 

Family Endeavors, Inc. dba Endeavors

$35,000

The Endeavors Veterans Assistance Program seeks to prevent Veteran homelessness in the Rio Grande Valley by providing rental and emergency food assistance.

https://www.endeavors.org

 

Food Bank of the Rio Grande Valley, Inc.

$185,536

To meet the increased demand for food assistance to families in the Rio Grande Valley due to the unprecedented COVID-19.

https://www.foodbankrgv.org

Good Neighbor Settlement House

$50,000

To engage in strategic planning for comprehensive planning efforts designed to empower the BOD, Executive Director, Senior Management, and Staff to move GNSH forward on a sturdy pedestal.

https://www.goodneighborsh.org/

 

IT'S TIME TEXAS

$510,255.38

The Collective Impact, Unidos Contra la Diabetes, is a cross-sector approach dedicating to lowering new cases of diabetes in the Rio Grande Valley.

https://www.ucdrgv.org/

 

Los Fresnos Ambulance Service, Inc

$384,025

To acquire a 5-patient ambulance that will provide needed response and availability to Cameron County and RGV residents as a regional apparatus.

https://cityoflosfresnos.com/ems-2/

 

MHP Salud

$400,000

MHP Salud’s Community Health Workers provide engaging education and individualized case management to older adult residents of the Rio Grande Valley to support successful aging in place.

https://www.mhpsalud.org

 

Planned Parenthood South Texas

$50,000

The Family Planning Sliding Fee Scale increases access to health care for low-income patients.

https://www.ppsouthtexas.org

 

Prevent Blindness Texas

$12,500

To provide eye health screening/resources for increased health equity/access to follow-up eye care for vulnerable populations.

https://www.preventblindnesstexas.org

 

South Texas Afghanistan Iraq Veterans Association

$28,750

Operation Vet Care will provide medical vouchers for veterans and their dependents in their time of need.

https://www.staivargv.org/

 

South Texas Emergency Care Foundation, Inc.

$280,870

To provide access to ventilators that can eliminate respiratory droplets by the use of in-line filtration.

https://www.stec-ems.org

 

South Texas Juvenile Diabetes Association

$49,550

SPARK will assist families of children with diabetes and help those children become more resilient.

https://www.stjda.org

 

Su Casa De Esperanza

$30,000

Su Casa de Esperanza provides an Early Childhood Development Program to families in Rio Grande Valley.

https://www.sucasadeesperanza.org

 

Syracuse University - Institute for Veterans and Military Families

$712,500

TXServes-RGV is a coordinated network of 50+ service organizations addressing the needs of veterans and military families in the Rio Grande Valley to improve and support coordination between health and human service providers.

https://rgv.americaserves.org/

 

The Harlingen Housing Authority

$191,232

The Harlingen Housing Authority is seeking funding for Internet Services for Low Income families.

https://www.harlingenha.org

 

The Salvation Army-Harlingen

$80,000

To provide Basic Life Needs through rental, utility and prescription assistance for those in poverty.

https://www.salvationarmytexas.org/harlingen/

 

The Salvation Army-McAllen

$20,000

To address basic needs for men, women, and families during the COVID-19 pandemic through the Community Meal Program.

https://www.salvationarmytexas.org/mcallen/

 

Tropical Texas Behavioral Health

$500,000

The goal is to continue the success realized from our mental health law enforcement team trained to intervene with people in psychiatric crisis and divert them from incarceration and reduce ER visits.

https://www.ttbh.org

 

United Way of Southern Cameron County

$458,242

To implement Get Shift Done - RGV to prepare, package and distribute meals and bags of emergency food. This initiative will provide staffing for nonprofit food distribution activities across the entire Rio Grande Valley as well as increase the food pantry capacity to non profit organizations providing food assistance.

https://www.liveunitedrgv.org

 

University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

$748,301

To provide a sustainable diagnostic Public Health Laboratory to enhance control of COVID-19 and future outbreaks, and integrated public health information and analysis.

https://www.sph.uth.tmc.edu