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2020 Selected Partners

On October 14, 2020, TSAHC’s Board of Directors approved the 2020 Texas Foundations Fund nonprofit partners and allocated $610,500 to the program for the 2020 funding cycle. 

Below is a full list of the 2020 nonprofit partners.  Click on the + sign next to each partner’s name to learn more about the services they will provide with their matching grant.

  • 6 Stones Mission Network

    6 Stones Mission Network (6 Stones) is a coalition of churches, business and other partners that provide solutions to meet community needs ranging from community revitalization, emergency assistance, and school supply drives to community gardens and food share programs. They are based in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford area in North Texas. 6 Stones will use its matching grant to provide critical home repairs through their Community Powered Revitalization Program which aims to assist 25-40 homes during their fall and spring blitzes.

    Program Type: Critical Repair
    County Served: Tarrant
    Priorities Served: Persons with a Disability

  • Another Chance House

    Located just outside downtown Amarillo, Another Chance House was founded in 1988 as a shelter for homeless men. Their mission is to provide a positive path toward a new and better self-sufficient life through structured living programs for men who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. They will apply their grant towards basic needs, recovery programs, life skills training, workforce development, access to mental and physical health care providers, case management, and counseling.

    Program Type: Supportive Housing Services  
    Counties Served: Armstrong, Briscoe, Carson, Castro, Collingsworth, Dallam, Deaf Smith, Donley, Gray, Hall, Hansford, Hartley, Hemphill, Hutchinson, Lipscomb, Ochiltree, Oldham, Parmer, Potter, Randall, Roberts, Sherman, Swisher, Wheeler
    Priorities Served: Persons with a Disability, Rural

  • Austin Habitat for Humanity

    Celebrating their 35th anniversary, Austin Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization created to serve the affordable housing needs of Central Texans. They are based in Austin, TX and build affordable homes, provide housing counseling, provide home repairs, and more. The organization will use the matching grant to provide critically needed home repairs to an estimated 30 households through their Home Repair program. 

    Program Type: Critical Repair
    Counties Served: Bastrop, Blanco, Caldwell, Hays, Travis
    Priority Served: Persons with a Disability

  • Avenue

    The mission of Avenue is to build affordable homes and strengthen communities. Avenue develops safe, quality housing accessible to low and moderate-income families and launched its home repair program “Rebuilding Northside Together” in 2014 to help very low-income homeowners in the Northside neighborhood of Houston rehabilitate their homes. Avenue will utilize its matching grant to provide critical repairs to homeowners with disabilities. 

    Program Type: Critical Repair
    County Served: Harris
    Priority Served: Persons with a Disability

  • AYUDA, Inc.

    Founded in 1992, AYUDA, Inc. is a bilingual nonprofit organization that strives to improve the quality of life for low-income families and individuals. To date, AYUDA, Inc. has built over 200 homes that have impacted the most vulnerable populations in rural communities including veterans and their families. The organization will apply its grant towards home repairs for Colonia residents in Anthony, Tornillo, Fabens, and San Elizario, Texas. 

    Program Type: Critical Repair 
    County Served: El Paso
    Priorities Served: Persons with a Disability, Rural

  • Bethany House of Laredo 

    Bethany House of Laredo has a nearly four-decade history of providing essential basic human needs to impoverished individuals and families in Laredo through its original mission, “To feed the hungry and shelter the homeless.” Bethany House Laredo operates two transitional housing facilities: Lamar Bruni Vergara Community Shelter and Barbara A. Kazen Center for Hope which combined provide 76 emergency beds and 25 transitional homes. They will use their matching grant for case management services in their Transitional Housing Program.

    Program Type: Supportive Housing Services
    County Served: Webb
    Priority Served: Persons with a Disability

  • Buckner Children and Family Services, Inc.

    Buckner Children and Family Services, Inc. (Buckner) was originally founded in Dallas in 1879 as an orphanage.  Today it is a highly diversified agency providing social service programs and ministries to disadvantaged and displaced children and families. Buckner has successfully operated the Lufkin Family Pathways program since 1997.  It is the oldest of eight supportive housing programs currently operated by Buckner in Texas. Buckner will use its matching grant to support the Lufkin Family Pathways program’s case management and other supportive services that help single parent families maintain housing stability while pursuing their education.

    Program Type: Supportive Housing Services
    County Served: Angelina
    Priority Served: Rural Communities

  • cdcb | come dream. come build.

    Founded in 1974, CDCB is a nonprofit community housing development organization with a mission of creating affordable housing opportunities for residents in their community. They will use their grant to support their Colonia Redevelopment Program. CDCB has used this program to reconstruct over 200 units for families with low incomes. 

    Program Type: Critical Repair 
    Counties Served: Cameron, Willacy
    Priority Served: Rural

  • Fort Hood Area Habitat for Humanity

    Fort Hood Area Habitat for Humanity has been serving Bell, Coryell and Lampasas counties for 26 years. Their focus is to improve the lives of the homeowners and their families. Their repair programs improve the homeowners’ quality of life by making their homes healthy, safe and accessible. They will use their grant towards home repairs as part of their Rural Critical Home Repair program. 

    Program Type: Critical Repair
    Counties Served: Bell, Coryell, Lampasas
    Priority Served: Rural

  • Foundation Communities

    Foundation Communities was founded in 1990 to work toward housing low-income families and ending homelessness in their communities. The organization offers two supportive housing programs, Permanent Supportive Housing and Children’s HOME Initiative, each providing case management and other services to help residents overcome homelessness and maintain housing stability.  Their grant will be used specifically to serve residents with mental and physical disabilities.

    Program Type: Supportive Housing Services
    County Served: Travis
    Priority Served: Persons with a Disability

  • Fuller Center Disaster Rebuilders

    Formed in the aftermath of 2005’s Hurricane Katrina, Fuller Center Disaster Rebuilders (FCDR) aims to rebuild the uninsured homes of low-income families who have experienced disaster. On top of making safety repairs towards the decency of a home, FCDR also provides accessibility repairs to the homeowners, allowing them to defer moving into an assisted living facility. Their grant will support disaster-related home repairs. 

    Program Type: Critical Repair
    Counties Served: Galveston, Harris
    Priority Served: Persons with a Disability

  • Galilee Community Development Corporation

    Galilee CDC is a nonprofit organization established in 2000 with the purpose of creating decent, affordable housing for low and moderate-income families in the Concho Valley. Galilee CDC intends on using their grant award to support their Helping Hands program, which provides rehabilitation and repairs to the homes of low-income and senior homeowners, allowing their homes to be safer and more accessible. 

    Program Type: Critical Repair
    County Served: Tom Green
    Priority Served: Persons with a Disability

  • Golden Crescent Habitat for Humanity

    Golden Crescent Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit housing organization that builds strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter. Founded in 1994, Golden Crescent Habitat has multiple programs supporting housing stability in their community including new home construction, rehabilitation, and disaster rebuilding. Golden Crescent Habitat will use their grant to support their Brush Up rehabilitation program, which provides safety and accessibility repairs to seniors and persons with disabilities.

    Program Type: Critical Repair
    Counties Served: Dewitt, Goliad, Jackson, Lavaca, Refugio, Victoria
    Priorities Served: Persons with a Disability, Rural

  • Habitat for Humanity of El Paso, Inc.

    Founded in 1989, Habitat for Humanity of El Paso, Inc. provides safe, affordable housing to low-income families in their community. The organization is seeking funding for their Tub-to-Shower critical repair program, which provides accessibility and safety repairs to the homes of senior and disabled Texans. This allows the homeowners to live in safe, decent homes and helps prevent injuries. 

    Program Type: Critical Repair 
    County Served: El Paso
    Priority Served: Persons with a Disability

  • Habitat for Humanity Smith County

    Habitat for Humanity of Smith County has been operating since 1989 with the goal of bringing their community together by building homes and hope. Habitat for Humanity Smith County plans to use their grant award to support their ReHabitat program. This program provides home repairs and modifications for seniors, veterans, individuals with disabilities, and low-income families. 

    Program Type: Critical Repair 
    Counties Served: Anderson, Cherokee, Henderson, Rusk, Smith, Van Zandt, Wood
    Priority Served: Persons with a Disability

  • Habitat for Humanity Williamson County (HFHWC)

    Habitat for Humanity Williamson County (HFHWC) has been working since their establishment in 1999 to realize their mission of creating and sustaining homeownership in their community. HFHWC intends to use their grant to support their home repair program in rural portions of Williamson County. This repair program helps low-income homeowners with much-needed home repairs that they would be unable to afford on their own.

    Program Type: Critical Repair
    County Served: Williamson
    Priority Served: Rural

  • Housing Channel

    The mission of Housing Channel is to revitalize distressed neighborhoods and to increase the amount of decent, affordable housing available to low and moderate-income families and individuals with special housing needs. Housing Channel was founded in 1991 by an affordable housing task force formed by Fort Worth Mayor Bob Bolen and local community leaders in response to the growing need for affordable housing in Tarrant County. Housing Channel will use their grant to repair 5-10 homes as part of the Hard Hats for Heroes program.

    Program Type: Critical Repair
    County Served: Tarrant
    Priority Served: Persons with a Disability

  • Legacy Community Development Corporation

    Legacy CDC provides housing opportunities, education, supportive services and referrals to create stable, self-sufficient families in the Southeast Texas area. Their mission is to foster family stability through the provision of housing and counseling services. Their grant will be applied towards ongoing home repairs as a result of Hurricane Harvey.

    Program Type: Critical Repair
    Counties Served: Hardin, Jefferson, Orange
    Priority Served: Persons with a Disability

  • Love Network of Baytown

    Operating for almost 30 years, Love Network of Baytown is a cooperative effort between churches, community agencies, and volunteers to provide effective help for the disadvantaged in Baytown, Highlands, and West Chambers County. Love Network receives requests from clients for assistance, screens the request for the extent of need and legitimacy, and refers the requests to a local church ministry or community agency. They will use their grant to perform home repairs as part of their Hands of the Carpenter program.

    Program Type: Critical Repair
    Counties Served: Chambers, Harris
    Priority Served: Persons with a Disability

  • Mary Lee Foundation

    Mary Lee Foundation’s mission is to serve adults with special needs so that they may develop a sense of dignity, a sense of self-worth, and the skills necessary to socially integrate with and contribute to the community in which they live. Mary Lee owns 14 buildings and a green space on a city block of property known to many as “The Square”. It provides a supportive, accessible and affordable environment to low-income, disabled and special needs residents. The grant will be applied towards supportive services for Mary Lee’s clients with intellectual disabilities. 

    Program Type: Supportive Housing Services
    County Served: Travis
    Priority Served: Persons with a Disability

  • Meals on Wheels and More dba Meals on Wheels Central Texas

    Meals on Wheels and More dba Meals on Wheels Central Texas (MOWCTX) seeks to nourish and enrich the lives of the homebound and other people in need through programs that promote dignity and independent living. The organization runs 12 programs and counts on 8,000 volunteers to provide a range of services to low-income households. MOWCTX established their home repair program in 2009 and since then, they have completed 893 homes across 12 counties. They will apply their grant towards work on homes in rural areas currently awaiting repairs.  

    Program Type: Critical Repair
    Counties Served: Bastrop, Blanco, Burleson, Burnet, Caldwell, Coryell, Fayette, Gonzales, Hays, Lampasas, Lee, Llano, Travis, Williamson
    Priority Served: Rural 

  • Merced Housing

    Merced Housing was founded by nine congregations of religious women to address the extreme need for affordable housing and supportive services in San Antonio and other cities in Texas. Merced’s mission is to create and strengthen healthy communities by providing quality, affordable housing with supportive services for low-income individuals, families, and older adults. Under their Owner-Occupied Repair Program, the organization has repaired more than 660 homes. This grant will support that program which seeks to repair 30-40 homes per year.

    Program Type: Critical Repair
    County Served: Bexar
    Priority Served: Persons with a Disability

  • Montgomery County Habitat for Humanity Inc.

    Montgomery County Habitat for Humanity, Inc. was founded in 1989 with the goal of empowering their community through the creation of affordable housing. Though the organization is located in the Houston area, it also serves cities that are considered rural. They will use this grant program to provide accessibility and safety repairs for elderly homeowners.

    Program Type: Critical Repair
    County Served: Montgomery
    Priority Served: Rural

  • Motivation, Education and Training, Inc.

    MET, Inc. was founded for the purpose of providing academic and vocational training to migrant and seasonal farmworkers to help further their economic sufficiency. A matching grant from the Texas Foundations Fund will support MET’s Farmworker Housing Rehabilitation Program, enabling MET to serve homeowners in rural communities throughout south Texas.

    Program Type: Critical Repair
    Counties Served: Cameron, Hidalgo, Maverick, Starr, Willacy, Zavala
    Priority Served: Rural 

  • New Hope Housing, Inc.

    New Hope Housing, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that believes housing is the foundation for health, education, economic stability and healing. They provide life-stabilizing, permanent supportive housing for persons with limited incomes. A grant from the Texas Foundations Fund will support their front-line staff who work with residents to ensure that they remain housed.

    Program Type: Supportive Housing Services
    County Served: Harris
    Priority Served: Persons with a Disability

  • Panhandle Community Services

    Based in Amarillo, Panhandle Community Services (PCS) is a community action agency that was founded in 1965. The mission of PCS is to work with community partners to change lives and lead change of low-income people bridging the gap from poverty to self-sufficiency. The ultimate vision of the agency is that all low-income people will be independent of government assistance. The grant will support work under their Housing Services Department which repairs upwards of 130 homes per year.

    Program Type: Critical Repair
    Counties Served: Armstrong, Briscoe, Carson, Castro, Childress, Collingsworth, Dallam, Deaf Smith, Donley, Gray, Hall, Hansford, Hartley, Hemphill, Hutchinson, Lipscomb, Moore, Ochiltree, Oldham, Parmer, Potter, Randall, Roberts, Sherman, Swisher, Wheeler
    Priorities Served: Rural, Persons with a Disability

  • Project Transitions

    Project Transitions opened in Austin in 1989 to provide compassionate hospice care to people dying of AIDS. Project Transitions is dedicated to serving people with HIV and AIDS by providing housing, comprehensive support services, recuperative care and hospice in compassionate and caring environments. Their grant will be used towards providing supportive services for the uniquely vulnerable population they serve. 

    Program Type: Supportive Housing Services
    Counties Served: Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, Travis, Williamson
    Priority Served: Persons with a Disability

  • Rebuilding Together El Paso

    The mission of Rebuilding Together El Paso (RTEP) is “Repairing homes, revitalizing communities, rebuilding lives.” They improve the safety and health in the homes of elderly and/or disabled homeowners. Since its inception in 1991, RTEP has repaired over 1,000 homes and touched the lives of some 2,200 homeowners and their families. Their grant will be used to support their ongoing home repair work.

    Program Type: Critical Repair
    County Served: El Paso
    Priority Served: Persons with a Disability

  • St. Bernard Project (SBP)

    Zack Rosenburg and Liz McCartney founded St. Bernard Project (SBP) as a volunteer-led organization in March 2006 in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana, after witnessing the critical need for home rebuilding organizations following Hurricane Katrina. Inspired by residents' collective spirit and fierce desire to rebuild their communities and with the tremendous support of donors, volunteers, and corporate partners, SBP has grown from a three-person rebuilding-focused volunteer team into a nationally recognized leader in comprehensive disaster resilience and recovery. Since its founding, SBP has rebuilt homes for more than 2,200 families across 14 communities. Their grant will provide home repairs for 4-6 disabled residents impacted by Hurricane Harvey and/or living in a rural community. 

    Program Type: Critical Repair
    Counties Served: Brazoria, Harris
    Priority Served: Rural, Persons with a Disability

  • Tarrant County Samaritan Housing, Inc.

    Tarrant County Samaritan Housing, Inc. was formed in 1991 to support families and individuals with housing, resources, and hope as they move toward self-sufficiency. The organization provides housing in addition to case management, counseling, employment and education assistance, life skills training, and more. Samaritan Housing will use this grant for their supportive services in order to help residents with a disability. 

    Program Type: Supportive Housing Services
    County Served: Tarrant
    Priority Served: Persons with a Disability

  • The Women’s Home 

    The Women’s Home was created in 1957 with the mission to help women in crisis regain their self-esteem and dignity, empowering them to return to society as productive, self-sufficient individuals. A matching grant from the Texas Foundations Fund will help fund supportive services for residents with disabilities at the organization’s Jane Cizik Garden Place permanent supportive housing facility.

    Program Type: Supportive Housing Services
    County Served: Harris
    Priority Served: Persons with a Disability

  • Trinity Habitat for Humanity

    Trinity Habitat for Humanity began in 1989 as Fort Worth Area Habitat for Humanity, Inc. with a mission of bringing people together to build homes, communities, and hope. Trinity Habitat for Humanity will use their grant award to support their Preserve a Home program, which provides permanent repairs and disability accommodations to homes. 

    Program Type: Critical Repair
    County Served: Tarrant
    Priority Served: Persons with a Disability

  • VinCare Services of Austin Foundation dba Saint Louise House

    Founded in 2001,  VinCare Services of Austin Foundation dba Saint Louise House provides mothers not only with stable housing, but also with case management and individualized support that is meant to promote education, financial stability, and self-sufficiency. Based in Austin, Saint Louise House empowers women and children to find housing stability and independence. Saint Louise House plans on using their Texas Foundations Fund grant to support households that include a person with a disability.

    Program Type: Supportive Housing Services
    Counties Served: Bastrop, Hays, Travis, Williamson
    Priority Served: Persons with a Disability