Texas Foundations Fund in Your Community
Since 2008, TSAHC has invested more than $2.9 million to support critical home repairs and supportive housing services for very low-income families in communities throughout Texas.
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Austin Habitat for Humanity, Brazos Valley Affordable Housing Corporation, Interfaith Action of Central Texas, Easter Seals Central Texas, Williamson County Habitat for Humanity, Waco Habitat for Humanity, and Accessible Housing Austin! provided home repairs and accessibility modifications for people with disabilities.
Supportive housing services were provided by Foundation Communities, Green Doors, LifeWorks, Blackland Community Development Corporation, and VinCare Services of Austin Foundation (Saint Louise House) to very low-income residents in their apartment communities.
Self Help Housing of East Texas provided critical repairs for homes damaged by Hurricane Ike. Home repairs were also provided by Habitat for Humanity of Smith County.
Buckner Children and Family Services, Inc. and Salvation Army Tyler provided supportive housing services to families and individuals in Lufkin and Tyler.
New Hope Housing, Montgomery County Women's Center, and The Women's Home provided supportive housing services, including case management and counseling, to families and individuals at risk of homelessness.
Avenue Community Development Corporation provided repairs for homes in north Houston. Fort Bend CORPS and Southeast Texas Interfaith Organization repaired homes damaged by Hurricane Ike.
Rio Grande Valley
Community Development Corporation of Brownsville repaired homes in colonias in Cameron and Willacy Counties, including homes damaged by Hurricane Dolly. Motivation, Education and Training, Inc. performed critical repairs on homes owned by very low-income farmworkers in rural areas. Coastal Bend Center for Independent Living provided ramps for homeowners with a disability.
San Antonio/South Texas
TSAHC has funded critical home repairs and accessibility modifications provided by the Alamo Area Development Corporation and Merced Housing Texas in San Antonio, and Golden Crescent Habitat for Humanity in Lavaca County.
Panhandle Community Services repaired homes in communities throughout the Texas Panhandle. My Father’s House Lubbock provided supportive services to single parents and their children.
Midland Habitat for Humanity built a home for a very low-income family in Midland.