Disaster Recovery Grants

Through the Texas Foundations Fund, TSAHC partners with nonprofit organizations across Texas to provide critical home repairs for damages caused by natural disasters. To date TSAHC has invested more than $2.8 million in organizations responding to disasters affecting their communities. 

Please note:  TSAHC does not provide grants directly to individual households.  If you are in need of home repairs or other housing assistance, we recommend you contact one of our Texas Foundations Fund grantees in your community. Click here for a full list of grantees.

Texas Foundations Fund: Disaster Recovery 

In order to more efficiently provide funding to repair organizations in the wake of a potential disaster, TSAHC has created a disaster recovery fund that will accept applications throughout the year. As long as funding is still available, organizations will be able to help their communities recover and rebuild immediately following a disaster. 

Texas Foundations Fund: 2024 Disaster Recovery Guidelines 

The FY2024 Disaster Recovery Application has now closed. It will reopen in FY2025.

2021 Texas Foundations Fund: Winter Storm Relief Program

In April 2021, TSAHC awarded $300,000 in grant funding to 15 organizations providing critical home repairs in response to Winter Storm Uri. 

Winter Storm Relief Grantees

Housing and Economic Assistance to Rebuild Texas (HEART) 

The HEART Program was created in 2018 by TSAHC and Enterprise Community Partners to provide grants and technical assistance to nonprofits providing housing assistance to families displaced or otherwise affected by Hurricane Harvey.  Grants were provided for the following activities: 

  • Housing Repairs such as mold remediation, roof repairs, replacing broken windows and doors, repairing electrical systems, and fixing cracked pipes and foundation issues caused by flooding.
  • Programming such as case management and supportive housing services; financial counseling; donation centers; long-term planning efforts inclusive of resilient and green building practices.

A total of $2.5 million was awarded under the HEART Program to 39 nonprofit organizations.  Click on the link below to see a full list of organizations that were funded.