2022 Funded Partners

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Alzheimer's Association San Antonio & South Texas Chapter

$40,000

Alzheimer's Association expands access to dementia education, care & support services in the LRGV.

https://www.alz.org/sanantonio

Aurora House Foundation

$75,000

Aurora House works to provide quality, compassionate end-of-life care to terminally ill patients, supports grieving loved ones, and prepares healthcare students for the future in a sustainable way.

https://www.aurorahouse.org

Boys and Girls Clubs of Harlingen

$50,000

Triple Play delivers a Game Plan for the Mind, Body, and Soul to promote Healthy Lifestyles.

www.mybgchkids.org

C.A.M.P. University

$53,500

C.A.M.P. University provides opportunities for adults with special needs to continue developing interests as well as life, social, and job skills so that they Can Achieve their Maximum Potential.

https://www.campuniversity.org/

Children's Museum of Brownsville

$7,760

This grant is to obtain air purification units and an AED device to continue upholding the museum's new standards of public health and safety while also reassuring our visitors that we have their best interests in mind.

https://www.cmofbrownsville.com

Epilepsy Foundation Central & South Texas

$29,599

EFCST provides specialized epilepsy care to 200 people in Cameron, Hidalgo, Starr & Willacy Counties.

https://www.efcst.org

Holy Family Services, Inc.

$250,000

To offer health assessments, disease prevention and management for women in at-risk communities.

https://www.holyfamilybirthcenter.org

Housing and Community Services, Inc.

$25,000

Prospera provides Social Determinants of Health (SDOH)-focused programs for low-income families.

https://www.prosperahcs.org

IT'S TIME TEXAS

$325,000

To strengthen and support collective action to drive improvements in social determinants of health in the Rio Grande Valley.

https://www.itstimetexas.org

Plaza Amistad

$300,000

The Plaza Amistad community center in Donna affirms and promotes the success of partner agencies working together to address the community’s health, education, social service and spiritual needs.

Rio Grande State Center Citizen's Volunteer Council

$50,000

To secure specialty services from community providers needed for complicated patient cases.

Sight Savers America

$50,000

SSA's Low Vision Program provides high-tech vision aids to children with severe visual impairment.

https://sightsaversamerica.org/

Special Olympics Texas RGV

$35,000

Special Olympics Texas RGV provides year round sports for people with intellectual disabilities.

https://www.sotx.org

Sunshine Haven

$70,000

To continuously make accessible 24 hour free comfort/palliative care to terminally ill patients enrolled in Hospice, support their families & create a curriculum on preparation of Death & Dying.

https://sunshinehaveninc.org/

Texas Southmost College

$107,851

Texas Southmost College will establish a student food pantry, greenhouse, and community garden to help address food insecurity, in collaboration with Brownsville Wellness Coalition.

https://www.tsc.edu

The Enrique San Pedro Ozanam Center, Inc.

$50,000

The Ozanam Center Food Pantry Program provides food assistance to needy families.

https://www.ozanambrownsvillecenter.org