Enduring projects to support our communities.
Moody Scholars Program
Graduating seniors from eligible Galveston County High Schools and selected schools in Dallas and Austin may apply for the Moody Scholarships to aid in their undergraduate education. Since its inception in 1969, The Moody Scholarship Program has awarded more than $12 million in scholarship funding to assist students attending college in Texas.
MOODY SCHOLARS PROGRAM
Moody Gardens was conceived in the 1980s to augment Galveston’s tourism sector with facilities that would attract visitors year-round, extending the economic impacts of local tourism beyond the summer months. The attractions now generate annual revenues in excess of $36 million, and indirect revenues to Galveston businesses totaling several times that amount. The complex now includes a one-acre rainforest environment, the Discovery Pyramid of science exhibitions, a 3-D IMAX theater, and one of the country’s largest aquariums. The Moody Gardens Hotel and Convention Center, built by the Moody Foundation and owned by the City of Galveston, bring many visitors to the island. Moody Gardens’ environmental education programs are used by teachers at all grade levels.
Transitional Learning Center
The Transitional Learning Center was established to offer comprehensive rehabilitation services to survivors of traumatic brain injury, and outstanding research opportunities for scientists working in the fields of neurology, physical therapy, internal medicine, and other disciplines involved in the recovery from brain injury.
TRANSITIONAL LEARNING CENTER