Since our first grant distribution cycle in 2014, we have provided more than $47 million in funding to 41 organizations that improve the health of Mid-Valley families. In 2022, we made $4.4 million in grants to 14 partner organizations.
In 2018, we launched an invitation-only capacity building grants program. Organizations commit to an in-depth, holistic organizational assessment process conducted by a third party identifying strengths and areas in need of strengthening. Since then, we have granted $521,898 to strengthen organizational effectiveness and efficiencies. In 2022, we launched the Nonprofit Leaders for Excellence program in partnership with Valley Baptist Legacy Foundation. The inaugural class of 12 Rio Grande Valley nonprofit leaders gather monthly to learn, network, and collaborate on leadership, governance, operations, and more.
Meet Our 2021 Nonprofit Partners
Access Esperanza Clinics
Providing education, advocacy, and affordable high-quality health care so women and men in our community can access the sexual and reproductive health services they need.
Food Bank of the
Rio Grande Valley
Improving lives through food assistance, nutrition education, and access to community services.
Knapp Medical Center
Providing exceptional healthcare services
to residents of the Rio Grande Valley.
Educating, supporting, and advocating for children and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Providing person-centered mental health, intellectual and developmental disabilities and substance use disorder services.
Providing compassionate care for persons in the last chapter of life, in a home-like setting,
so they can approach a peaceful death with comfort and dignity.
El Milagro Clinic
Providing comprehensive primary, disease prevention and behavioral health care services to the medically indigent.
It's Time Texas
Empowering all Texans to lead healthier lives, build healthier communities, and contribute to a healthier state.
South Texas Juvenile
Enhancing the lives of children living with diabetes through personal empowerment, family support, community awareness, and public advocacy.
Su Casa de Esperanza
Providing early learning experiences and support services to infants, toddlers, and preschool children in partnership with families
to ensure a strong future for all.
The Weslaco Museum
Collecting, preserving, exhibiting, and promoting the history, cultural arts, and past traditions of Weslaco, Texas, and its surrounding region.
Tip of Texas
Strengthening families and preventing child abuse and neglect by providing supportive services, information, and referrals.