Donate to the Texas Foundations Fund

By supporting the Texas Foundations Fund, you will help ensure that Texas families and individuals can access home repairs, accessibility modifications, and supportive housing services in their communities.

If you have any questions regarding your donation or would like to discuss contributing toward a permanent fund for the Texas Foundations Fund, please contact Katie Howard Claflin, Director of Communications and Development, at 512-334-2152 or kclaflin@tsahc.org.

*All contributions to the Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation are tax deductible.

  • How will my donation be used?

    Below are examples of how your donation can help Texas families and individuals improve their lives and living conditions. TSAHC covers all administrative costs for the Texas Foundations Fund, so 100% of your donation will support services like these.

    $25 Buys an adjustable shower seat for an elderly or disabled homeowner
    $50 Buys a bathroom grab bar for an elderly or disabled homeowner
    $100 Pays for an hour of mental health counseling for a family/individual
    $200 Buys a replacement door to secure a family's home
    $500 Pays for a year of case management to help a family/individual avoid homelessness
    $1,000 Pays for a year of job training to help a family/individual become financially stable
    $2,000 Pays for the installation of a ramp for an elderly or disabled homeowner
    $5,000 Pays for the installation of a septic tank for a family/individual currently without indoor plumbing
  • Donate Online

    A quick and easy way to support the Texas Foundations Fund is through our online donation page.  When making your donation, simply select the Texas Foundations Fund as the designated program.

  • Donate by Check

    Donations by check can be mailed to:

    Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation
    2200 E. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd
    Austin, Texas 78702

    Please make your contribution payable to the Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation and reference the Texas Foundations Fund in the memo line.