Introducing the 2020 Texas Foundations Fund Application

May 15, 2020 | by Anna Orendain

This week, TSAHC’s Board of Directors officially approved the Texas Foundations Fund (TFF) Guidelines for 2020. And yesterday, we launched the 2020 Texas Foundations Fund Application.   

To date, we’ve awarded more than $3.7 million in grant funding to support 46 organizations across Texas. Learn more about the families and individuals impacted by our TFF program here.  

The Texas Foundations Fund program allows TSAHC to partner with nonprofit organizations and rural entities to provide critically-needed housing services and repairs for low-income Texans with a disability and/or located in a rural area. Nonprofit partners that are approved will receive matching grants to eligible raised funds over a period of two years. 

Organizations interested in becoming a 2020 TFF partner are encouraged to read through our 2020 Texas Foundation Fund Guidelines for a detailed description of eligibility criteria.  

If an organization appears to meet the requirements for eligibility, they are encouraged to begin their grant application here by clicking on the green "Register" button to create an account. After account verification, registrants should click the green “Programs” button and then access the Texas Foundations Fund application by clicking the “Apply” button.

Applications for the 2020 Texas Foundations Fund must be submitted no later than 5:00 p.m. CDT on Friday, June 19, 2020.

In order to better explain the new application system to prospective partners, TSAHC staff will be hosting a webinar on Thursday, May 21st, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. CDT. Register for the webinar here. Interested applicants are encouraged to attend, as a portion of the webinar will be dedicated to answering questions about the application. 

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