Recent Grants

All over Texas, we’re here to help.

The Moody Foundation strengthens the future of Texas by investing in charitable projects that exhibit innovative ideas and make long-term improvement in our communities. Learn more about our grantees and the amazing work they are doing.

Moody Foundation Grants by Region


SOUTH: San Antonio, Houston, Beaumont, Galveston


NORTH: Greater Dallas Area

WEST: Lubbock, Abilene, Brackettville


AIDS Services of Austin, Austin, TX
$250,000 / Central

assistance in better serving Central Texas individuals who are living with HIV or AIDS by expanding the Jack Sansing Dental Clinic at a new and larger location and adding staff while continuing to provide quality care to patients regardless of their ability to pay

Alley's House, Dallas, TX
$15,000 / North

assistance in improving the future success of teen mothers and their children by adding a mental Health and Wellness component to the education, personal, career and family services to provide young women with the skills to become self-supporting, conscientious parents

American Cancer Society, Inc./Texas Division/Dallas Metro Unit, Dallas, TX
$120,000 / North

two grants to assist in providing children who have cancer, and their families, with a special outing that includes a special movie screening, refreshments, and activities designed to provide families with a no-cost respite from treatment

The Artist Boat, Inc., Galveston, TX
$70,000 / South

assistance in hiring consulting services that will act as a coordinated voice for Galveston Island. This liaison will represent Artist Boat and will pursue environmental funding for remediation that is available subsequent to the BP oil spill disaster

Austin Film Society, Austin, TX
$25,000 / Central

assistance in underwriting the Texas Hall of Fame event March 12, 2015, which recognizes the contributions of Texans in all facets of filmmaking including acting, writing, directing and producing, and raises funds for the Society’s year-round education programs, film screenings and efforts to attract film production to Austin and Texas

Ballroom Cultural Arts Foundation, Marfa, TX
$25,000 / West

assistance in developing a traveling exhibition, “Trilogy,” that chronicles several almost-forgotten episodes in Texas’ history of making and presenting films, and producing an accompanying catalog that will document the exhibition for a broader audience

BATAVA Theatre, Inc., League City, TX
$20,000 / South

assistance in producing the premiere season of six plays for children and adults at this production component of a longtime theatre education program, providing performance experiences for students ages 5 to 18 while bringing new shows to north Galveston County

Blue Bird Circle, Houston, TX
$60,000 / South

assistance in conducting research into three areas of pediatric neurology: Batten Disease, a fatal degenerative disease that currently has no treatment

Brownsville Society for Crippled Children, Inc., Brownsville, TX
$143,000 / South

assistance in improving the therapeutic experience of the young patients at the Moody Clinic as they receive physical, occupational and speech therapy, through renovation of the 46-year old building, and through a fund to provide therapy for children whose families cannot afford the full cost of treatment

Camp for All Foundation , Houston, TX
$150,000 / South

assistance in better serving 10,000 campers, all of them with challenging physical or medical conditions such as cancer, autism, blood disorders or severe burns, by renovating the camp offices to improve security, accommodate more volunteers, re-configure the camp store, and become more energy efficient

Cancer Support Community North Texas, Dallas, TX
$50,000 / North


Candlelight Ranch Foundation, Austin, TX
$50,000 / Central

assistance in developing a therapeutic water play area that will provide children with special needs with outdoor recreation and at the same time teach them the importance of conserving water in Central Texas through sustainable design of Chillville, an accessible play area

Capital Area Food Bank of Texas, Inc., Austin, TX
$1,300,000 / Central

support of a major expansion campaign by purchasing three trucks to pick up donated food and deliver it to more than 300 food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters in central Texas, and three Mobile Food Pantry vehicles to go directly into underserved areas and each more people living without adequate nutritious food

Catholic Diocese of Austin/San Juan Diego Catholic High School, Austin, TX
$500,000 / Central

assistance in constructing a new high school facility in South Austin that will enable more students to take part in an innovative program that provides motivated students with the opportunity to receive a high-quality Catholic education while gaining useful work experience

Center for Nonprofit Management, Dallas, TX
$105,000 / North

assistance, over a three-year period, in strengthening Dallas-area nonprofit organizations serving women, children and education by providing them with specialized training through the Moody Foundation Outcomes-Based Program Evaluation Institute, a two-day training to improve operations at 18-24 organizations in the next three years

Child and Family Guidance Centers, Dallas, TX
$10,000 / North

assistance in helping children with serious mental illnesses, and their families, to reach their potential through the intensive Services for Children program which combines psychiatric, therapeutic, rehabilitative and case management services

Child Protective Services Community Partners, Inc., Dallas, TX
$15,000 / North

assistance in preventing children who are at risk of abuse or neglect from being placed in foster care by providing family members with the support needed to take in the children through the “Kids In Crisis” program

Children’s Coalition, Galveston, TX
$20,000 / South

assistance in constructing a safe, accessible playground on the grounds of Westminster Presbyterian Church that will provide the 50 preschool children attending the school with developmentally appropriate play that fosters creativity, curiosity and socialization

Children’s Heart Foundation-Texas Chapter, Round Rock, TX
$5,000 / Central

assistance in developing advances in the treatment and prevention of congenital heart defects through research funded by the Central Texas Congenital Heart Walk

Children’s Medical Center Foundation of Texas, Dallas, TX
$2,699,561 / North

assistance in expanding the research capabilities of the Moody Foundation Flow Cytometry Facility by purchasing an additional cell sequencer to meet the growing needs of the lab, and adding a sixth faculty position and a second mass spectrometer and cell equencer

Chinati Foundation , Marfa, TX
$15,000 / West

assistance in expanding the museum internship program to include two new positions focused on curatorial and public programming skills, bringing a total of ten interns to the Chinati campus during the 2015-2016 academic year

Clayton Dabney Foundation for Kids With Cancer, Dallas, TX
$10,000 / North

assistance in providing North Texas children who have terminal cancer with special gifts or experiences that ease their suffering and anxiety, and enabling their parents to spend more of their child’s last days together through small amounts of financial assistance

Communities in Schools-Central Texas, Inc., Austin, TX
$150,000 / Central

assistance in breaking the cycle of poverty through intervention targeted at the students most at risk of dropping out, male adolescents from low-income minority households, that includes tutoring and counseling to prepare them for higher education and successful employment

Communities in Schools Dallas, Inc., Dallas, TX
$20,000 / North

assistance in targeting the specific areas in which at-risk students need help through the new Mobile Services Program, which brings specialized educators or social workers to a campus or students’ homes to address conflict resolution, bullying prevention, character development and other issues that interfere with success in school

Contact Crisis Line, Dallas, TX
$20,000 / North

assistance in providing emergency transportation and prescriptions through the “ContactPlus” program, which offers immediate assistance in life-threatening situations, removing individuals from domestic violence, substance abuse or environments that threaten their mental or physical health

Contemporary Austin Museum, Inc., Austin, TX
$225,000 / Central

assistance in underwriting four solo exhibitions by American artists and a major group show on experiential art of the last 50 years that will include a comprehensive catalog, performances, lectures and special events at the exhibition’s three sites

Contemporary Austin Museum, Inc., Austin, TX
$150,000 / Central

assistance in presenting two major exhibitions of contemporary art in 2015, “Tom Sachs: Boombox Retrospective” and “Strange Pilgrims,” a major group show on experiential art of the last 50 years that will include a comprehensive catalog, performances, lectures and special events at the exhibition’s three sites

Contemporary Austin Museum, Inc., Austin, TX
$1,310,000 / Central

assistance in enhancing the programming and event-hosting potential of the museum's downtown location, the Jones Center, by constructing the Moody Rooftop, a canopy structure that will be heated and cooled for year-round use, as part of a major renovation that will double the museum's exhibition space

Court Appointed Special Advocates of Denton County, Inc., Denton, TX
$2,500 / Central


Crystal Charity Ball, Dallas, TX
$280,000 / North

assistance in supporting the 2014 and 2015 Crystal Charity Ball events and the seven charities chosen to benefit in 2014-2015 from its fund-raising proceeds, each of which addresses children’s agencies that improve the health, education, and social services for Dallas County children

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation/Northeast Texas Chapter, Dallas, TX
$40,000 / North

assistance in providing specialized treatment at Children’s Medical Center of Dallas to more than 250 pediatric patients with cystic fibrosis, and support of research to develop better treatments and ultimately find a cure

City of Dallas/Dallas Animal Services, Dallas, TX
$56,000 / North

assistance in providing better care to lost, abandoned or rescued animals by purchasing an x-ray machine that will enable the veterinary staff to more accurately ascertain the condition of injured animals, increasing adoptions and thereby decreasing the number of animals euthanized

Dallas Police Youth Foundation, Dallas, TX
$85,000 / North

assistance in building healthy and respectful police/community rapport through three programs that mentor and support youth enrichment, character building, and citizenship: Explorers and Junior Explorers for boys and Girl Empowerment and DIVA for girls

Dallas Women's Foundation, Dallas, TX
$300,000 / North

assistance, over a three-year period, in improving economic security of women by increasing their access to high-quality affordable day care, by building capacity of day care centers in underserved areas, developing a locator application and increasing the pool of available day care subsidies

Earth Promise/dba Fossil Rim Wildlife Center, Glen Rose, TX
$125,000 / North

assistance in regaining sustainability by rebuilding the gift shop and new visitors restrooms, both destroyed in a fire in February, 2014

Educational First Steps, Dallas, TX
$200,000 / North

assistance in improving life-long outcomes for children living in poverty by improving the quality of the early-childhood day care available in Dallas County by training day care staff, developing leadership skills, and aiding centers to reach accreditation standards

Essilor Vision Foundation, Dallas, TX
$50,000 / North

assistance in expanding the Kids Vision for Life program to reach five additional schools in Austin and Dallas in order to identify and correct vision problems in children, addressing one of the reasons for poor school performance among low-income children, providing them with the glasses they need for learning

Family Place, Inc., Dallas, TX
$5,000,000 / North

assistance, over a three-year period, in expanding and improving therapeutic services offered to survivors of domestic violence by renovating a central Dallas building to house counseling services, children's programs, administration and overflow emergency shelter beds at a safe, accessible site

Family Service Center of Galveston County, Galveston, TX
$50,000 / South

assistance in providing mental health services at no cost to uninsured or underinsured individuals who are accessing care at St. Vincent’s House Clinic, offering therapy, crisis counseling and education and therapeutic support for patients with chronic illnesses

Foundation for Hope Village, Friendswood, TX
$125,000 / South

assistance in meeting a Mabee Foundation challenge grant to complete a capital campaign to build an Education and Community Building with classrooms, a sensory lab and event center

Fredericksburg ISD Parent Teacher Organization, Fredericksburg, TX
$3,500 / Central

assistance in providing the 2015 graduating class of Fredericksburg High School with a safe, chemical-free, entertaining all-night celebration on graduation night

Galveston Arts Center, Inc., Galveston, TX
$1,000,000 / South

assistance in completing the post-Hurricane Ike restoration of the 1878 First national Bank Building, enabling the Arts Center to return to its flagship location on the Strand, tripling its exhibition space, adding an education studio and expanding outreach programs

Galveston Bay Foundation, Webster, TX
$20,000 / South

assistance in underwriting the “Bike Around the Bay” awareness and fundraising event scheduled for October 18 and 19, 2014, which will continue to raise awareness of Galveston Bay’s ecosystems to a broad audience while raising funds for conservation, restoration, education and research projects

Galveston Children’s Museum, Galveston, TX
$300,000 / South

assistance in opening and operating a children’s museum in the basement of the Moody Mansion that will serve children, both residents of Galveston and visitors, by facilitating learning through play, offering opportunities for creativity, and special programming

Galveston College Foundation, Galveston, TX
$3,000,000 / South

assistance in raising the education level of Galveston’s workforce and reducing generational poverty through the Universal Access program, which provides financial aid to all Galveston high school graduates attending Galveston College

Galveston County Mutual Assistance Partnership, Texas City, TX
$10,000 / South

assistance in strengthening and improving nonprofit organizations in Galveston County by developing a marketing plan and revamped website that will encourage collaboration, provide online training, and serve as a central information source for the nonprofit community

Galveston Independent School District Educational Foundation, Inc., Galveston, TX
$205,700 / South

assistance in completing the implementation of Balanced Literacy in all elementary schools

George W. Bush Foundation, Dallas, TX
$5,000,000 over 3 years / North

funding to develop and implement the Presidential Leadership Scholars program, a collaboration among the academic centers at Texas A&M, the University of Texas, SMU, and the University of Arkansas to foster principled civic leaders through a year-long education and networking opportunity for up to 60 mid-career leaders

Gleanings From the Harvest for Galveston/dba Galveston County Food Bank, Texas City, TX
$100,000 / South

assistance in developing two new mobile food distribution sites in San Leon and La Marque, opening a permanent food pantry in Hitchcock, and maintaining mobile food distribution in eight other Galveston County locations

1894, Inc. dba The Grand Opera House, Galveston, TX
$1,750,000 / South

assistance, over a three-year period, in making critical repairs to the masonry mortar on one interior and two exterior walls, restoring the structural integrity of the 119-year old building

Helping Hands Ministries, Inc., Dallas, TX
$20,000 / North

Assistance in providing medical and dental services to children from low-income, uninsured or underinsured families, reducing the number of unnecessary emergency room visits and school absences while improving the health of individuals and families in the Lake Highlands area

Hill Country Ride for AIDS, Austin, TX
$12,500 / Central

assistance in underwriting the fifteenth annual Hill Country Ride for AIDS, a collaborative fundraising effort of ten Central Texas organizations that provide medical and social services to people affected by HIV/AIDS

Houston Ground Angels, Houston, TX
$75,000 / South

assistance in providing no-cost transportation from Houston airports to the Texas Medical Center and back, eliminating a major barrier to receiving high-quality medical care

Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Educational Fund, Houston, TX
$50,000 / South

assistance in providing more than 750 students from the Houston-Galveston area with scholarships to college, graduate programs or veterinary school, and aiding more than 50 schools and charities in the area by augmenting the proceeds of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo to increase the impact of the funding already raised

Island Etc., Galveston, TX
$91,000 / South

assistance in improving audience comfort, energy efficiency and theatrical production values through a two-part renovation that includes replacing the roof and air conditioning, removing and replacing the existing carpet, and installing a new light board

Jamaica Beach Volunteer Fire Department, Inc., Jamaica Beach, TX
$115,000 / South

assistance with the purchase of an amphibious craft that can travel through marsh, shoals and beachfront conditions to reach victims and can also be used for high-water rescues during hurricanes

Jeremiah Program, Austin, TX
$4,000,000 / Central

assistance with the construction of a residential/service building in Austin that will include 35 apartments for families led by low-income single mothers, a child care center, and other facilities needed to support the women as they become self-sufficient

Jubilee Park & Community Center, Dallas, TX
$25,000 / North

assistance in closing the academic achievement gap for low-income children through the Children’s Education Initiative, which offers year-round academic enrichment and character development to 400 elementary and middle school children in after-school and summer programs

Krum ISD Educational Foundation, Inc., Krum, TX
$10,000 / North

assistance in purchasing notebook computers, software and training materials that will enable high school students at this rural school to research school assignments, prepare for the ACT and SAT tests, apply to colleges, and compete for scholarships

Longhorn Project Advisory Board, Houston, TX
$25,000 / South

assistance with two agriculture education projects for Clear Creek ISD students

LIFT, Dallas, TX
$150,000 / North

assistance in improving the lives of illiterate adults through a strategic plan that will expand the number of learning sites, develop corporate partnerships for employee learning, and coordinate with the area’s social service and employment programs

McCallum High School Project Graduation, Austin, TX
$3,500 / Central


Mi Escuelita Preschool, Inc., Dallas, TX
$30,000 / North

assistance in lowering the dropout rate among Hispanic students by expanding the successful English-immersion preschool model to two new school campuses in the Dallas area in 2015 and staffing them with fully-degreed teachers

Moody Scholars, Galveston, TX
$1,800,000 / South

scholarship awards to high-achieving and financially needy students at selected schools in Galveston County, Austin and Dallas

National Society to Prevent Blindness/Prevent Blindness Texas, Houston, TX
$25,000 / South

assistance in providing uninsured and underinsured individuals in the Houston area with the vision services needed to continue working, studying or living independently, including free vision screenings, eye health and safety education, and referrals for eyeglasses

North Texas Food Bank, Dallas, TX
$50,000 / North

assistance in improving the nutrition, health and school performance of low-income children through the Food 4 Kids program, which provides weekend meals to children who live with chronic hunger, supplementing the meals they eat at school with food for healthy development

Oak Hill Academy, Dallas, TX
$33,548 / North

assistance in purchasing iPads, software and online textbooks to enable high school students at this school specializing in learning differences to reach their full potential by using materials and techniques adapted to their learning styles

Old Central Cultural Center, Inc., Galveston, TX
$40,000 / South

assistance in preserving and renovating the interior and exterior of the 1927 structure that housed Texas’ first high school and public library established for African-American citizens and in supporting events commemorating the 150th anniversary of Juneteenth

Parkland Foundation, Dallas, TX
$3,000,000 / North

assistance in completing a new 2.5-million square foot hospital to serve Dallas County residents, and in creating the Moody Foundation Wellness Garden, an outdoor area that will offer contemplation, exercise and respite for patients, families and hospital staff

Project Graduation, Inc., Galveston, TX
$20,000 / South

partial underwriting for “Project Graduation 2014” and ”Project Graduation 2015” to provide a substance-free graduation celebration for the Ball High School graduating seniors and their guests

Promise House, Inc., Dallas, TX
$135,000 / North

assistance in providing shelter, counseling, education and social services to homeless, runaway and at-risk youth, and to pregnant and parenting teens at the Wesley Inn

Reading Partners, Dallas, TX
$45,000 / North

assistance in reducing the drop-out rate in Dallas schools by providing volunteer literacy tutoring for early-elementary students who are not reading at grade level, improving their reading skills before they fall further behind

Resource and Crisis Center of Galveston County, Galveston, TX
$50,000 / South

assistance in offering comprehensive services to the victims of sexual assault and domestic violence in Galveston County through four programs: Residential, Therapeutic, Non-residential Client Services, and Legal

Ronald McDonald House of Galveston, Galveston, TX
$25,000 / South

assistance in renovating the kitchen and dining rooms that serve as important gathering places for families staying in the house, replacing the flooring, appliances and furniture and adding more space for cooking, food storage and preparation

Rosenberg Library, Galveston, TX
$250,000 / South

assistance in completing the sixth phase of renovations to the Moody Wing and to the original 1904 library building that will create new reading and study areas, replace obsolete lighting, enhance the 23rd Street entrance, make repairs to the Galveston and Texas History Center, and install south-facing windows for natural light

St. Vincent’s House, Galveston, TX
$50,000 / South

assistance in preventing homelessness and family disintegration by providing emergency financial aid to low-income clients when unforeseen circumstances such as illness or transportation issues make it impossible to pay for rent, utilities, food or other necessities

Salesmanship Club Youth and Family Centers, Inc./dba Momentous Institute, Dallas, TX
$35,000 / North

assistance in improving academic outcomes in the Oak Cliff area of Dallas by providing low-income children with a unique early childhood education program that combines social/emotional health, early literacy and parent engagement to prepare families for success in school

Sea Scout Base Galveston, Galveston, TX
$128,440 / South

assistance in purchasing two wheelchair-accessible buses to bring participants from throughout the Houston-Galveston area to two adaptive sailing programs, one for adults who have been patients at the VA Hospital, TIRR and other rehab facilities, and one that will serve as a PE class for special populations at Galveston County schools.

Settlement Club/dba The Settlement Home, Austin, TX
$196,805 / Central

assistance in installing a solar energy system throughout the Settlement Home's 10-acre campus in order to reduce energy consumption and utility expenses, enabling the agency to better serve children and families with histories of trauma, abuse or neglect

Shelter Ministries of Dallas/Austin Street Center, Dallas, TX
$15,000 / North

assistance in installing a commercial-grade kitchen that will enable the shelter to provide more nutritious evening meals for the homeless men and women in need, and facilitate volunteer groups in preparing food for shelter clients

Shriners Hospitals for Children, Galveston, TX
$90,000 / South

assistance in purchasing a new surgical laser that will enable the hospital to treat burn survivors with scar tissue in a less invasive and more cost effective method that reduces the patient’s pain level and increases their range of motion

Southeast Texas Air Force Academy Parents Association, Houston, TX
$21,400 / South

assistance in recognizing the commitment of young men and women attending the five U.S. Service Academies through partial underwriting of the 29th Annual Joint Service Academies Military Ball for cadets from the Houston-Galveston area and their families

Southern Methodist University/Meadows Museum, Dallas, TX
$250,000 / North

assistance in commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Meadows museum through lead sponsorship of the year-long celebration, which includes education programs, events, publications, and two major exhibitions of Spanish masterpieces

Special Olympics Texas, Inc., Austin, TX
$75,000 / Central

assistance in bringing sports programs designed to improve the physical and mental health of children and adults with intellectual disabilities to more of the Texans who could benefit from participating in activities proven to reduce obesity and related health issues

Stephen F. Austin State University Foundation, Inc, Nacogdoches, TX
$251,969 / North

assistance in determining the most salt-tolerant and hurricane-resistant varieties of trees, shrubs and other plants for Galveston’s climate, using Moody Gardens as the test subject in research that will benefit landscaping throughout the Texas Coast

Sunshine Center, Inc., Galveston, TX
$120,000 / South

assistance, over a two-year period, in attaining sustainability that will lessen the impact of reduced government funding, through matching grants to the 2014 and 2015 Annual Appeals and the development of a reserve fund that will aid in providing therapeutic and educational services to individuals with developmental disabilities

Teach for America, Inc., Dallas, TX
$50,000 / North

assistance in eliminating the disparities in education in the Dallas Metroplex by recruiting, training and placing dedicated new teachers in low-performing schools in order to achieve systemic change that will advance student achievement in the most impoverished areas

Texas Health Resource Foundation, Arlington, TX
$1,500,000 / North

assistance, over a five-year period, in expanding the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner program to cover 16 north Texas counties

Texas Tech Foundation, Inc., Lubbock, TX
$112,996 / West

assistance in improving the visitor experience and expanding the educational outreach of the Moody Planetarium by adding six digital planetarium shows, three new laser programs and replacing the console that controls the displays

The Trail Foundation, Austin, TX
$3,000,000 / Central

assistance in developing the former Seaholm Intake Facility, part of a 1950s power plant, into a multi-use public space that complements the existing uses of the Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail and create additional lakefront parkland

Transitional Learning Center at Galveston, Galveston, TX
$3,930,815 / South

assistance with future operational and capital expansion plans, through a cash grant and transfers of American National Insurance Company stock shares

Trinity Episcopal School, Galveston, TX
$700,000 / South

assistance in purchasing property adjacent to the school’s campus, demolishing existing structures and developing the block-long tract as a sports field and outdoor gathering space, enabling Trinity to offer additional opportunities for healthy outdoor activities

United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, Inc., Dallas, TX
$75,000 / North

assistance in improving science education through the Leaders in Science program aimed at stimulating and sustaining student interest in science at the elementary school level

University of Dallas, Irving, TX
$22,000 / North

assistance in reducing the number of falls, currently the leading cause of emergency-room visits and accidental deaths among older adults, through a research project to gather data on balance and stability that will make it easier to identify fall risks in the elderly

University of Texas at Austin/Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, TX
$150,000 / Central

assistance in providing free public access to Austin’s only comprehensive art collection through the “Free Thursdays” program, which waives museum admission and offers monthly educational evenings that include gallery talks, performances and Spanish-language tours

University of Texas at Austin/Moody College of Communication, Austin, TX
$25,000 / Central

assistance in creating a permanent endowment that will fund the Roderick P. Hart Student Achievement Awards, annually recognizing outstanding undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students in each of Moody College's five academic departments

Visiting Nurse Association of Texas, Dallas, TX
$150,000 / North

assistance, over a three-year period, with food and labor costs associated with expanding the Dallas County Meals on Wheels program to reach more low-income elderly or disabled citizens with a daily nutritious meal that enables them to continue to live in their own home

Warrior’s Weekend, Victoria, TX
$15,000 / South

assistance in enriching the lives of wounded military veterans, especially those who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, by providing them with a weekend of fishing, relaxation and social events that encourage them to pursue activities they enjoy, regardless of disabilities

Wesley-Rankin Community Center, Inc., Dallas, TX
$20,000 / North

assistance in offering after-school programs for students in grades K-12 that provide academic enrichment, tutoring, mentoring and character development in order to help West Dallas children improve school performance, explore creative arts, and prepare for college

Yaga's Children's Fund, Galveston, TX
$30,000 / South

assistance in awarding grants to Galveston County nonprofit organizations that address children's issues, through underwriting of the 19th Annual Yaga's Children's Fund Wild Game Cook-Off