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Grantee and Purpose
Awarded
Aldine Youth Organization United to Help
Houston, TX
Toward comprehensive educational and social services for at-risk youth
$ 200,000
Amigos de las Americas
Houston, TX
Toward community development and public health projects led by Houston area high school and college students in Latin American countries
$ 50,000
Boys and Girls Club of Brazoria County
Freeport, TX
Toward extending operating hours at a community center for young people from low-income families in Freeport
$ 50,000
Change Happens
Houston, TX
Toward building a facility to house after-school and summer youth programs in the Third Ward
$ 500,000
Child Builders
Houston, TX
Toward teaching students and families problem-solving skills and positive parenting practices
$ 50,000
Children's Center for Self-Esteem Inc.
Houston, TX
Toward teaching skills to adults that enable them to promote self-esteem in children, and toward collaborations to help families referred by the Harris County Juvenile Justice System
$ 20,000
Creative Alternatives Inc.
Houston, TX
Toward art classes for children in economically depressed neighborhoods and schools
$ 10,000
Crossroads Community Partnership for Youth Inc.
Houston, TX
Toward reducing juvenile crime by providing adult mentors to young people who have committed an offense and are currently in the juvenile justice system
$ 75,000
Cypress Creek Christian Community Center of Houston Texas
Spring, TX
Toward building a community and activity center for the young people of northwest Houston
$ 50,000
Episcopal Diocese of Texas
Houston, TX
Toward one week at summer camp for children whose parent or parents are incarcerated
$ 17,750
Houston Achievement Place
Houston, TX
Toward reinforcing previously learned social skills through online refresher courses for children who are victims of physical, sexual and emotional abuse
$ 100,000
Inwood North Community Outreach Program
Houston, TX
Toward developmental programs for underserved children in northwest Houston
$ 50,000
Nehemiah Center Inc.
Houston, TX
Toward academic, social, cultural and support programs for children and their families in the Third Ward
$ 105,000
Prince Complex Inc.
Houston, TX
Toward expanding facilities and recreational, athletic and after-school programs for at-risk youth in the Fifth Ward and other northside neighborhoods
$ 100,000
Refuge Community Development Center
Houston, TX
Toward services and programs that help at-risk individuals and families overcome obstacles and succeed in life
$ 50,000
Search Institute
Minneapolis, MN
Toward scholarships to send Houston area students and teachers to the Healthy Communities-Healthy Youth Conference in Dallas
$ 40,000
Solid Rock Community Development Corporation
Houston, TX
Toward youth development and affordable housing programs for low-income northeast Houston families
$ 50,000
Stehlin Foundation for Cancer Research
Houston, TX
Toward providing students interested in medicine and research with experiences in laboratories and hospitals
$ 40,000
Texans for Gun Safety
Houston, TX
Toward reducing gun violence through educational programs for young people
$ 10,000
Upper Texas Coast Water-Borne Education Center Inc.
Anahuac, TX
Toward hands-on learning experiences for area students and teachers through labs on boats in Galveston Bay
$ 35,000
Urban Outreach Incorporated
Houston, TX
Toward programs to preserve and strengthen at-risk, inner-city families
$ 30,000
US Foundation for the Inspiration & Recognition of Science & Technology
Manchester, NH
Toward encouraging interest and achievement in math, science and technology by sponsoring Houston area high school teams to design and build robots for a regional competition
$ 85,000
WeSolve Foundation
Missouri City, TX
Toward conflict resolution and anger management training to improve students' academic achievement, attendance and social skills
$ 50,000
Women's Resource of Greater Houston
Houston, TX
Toward a leadership and self-empowerment training program for ninth-grade girls at Jefferson Davis High School
$ 30,000
Young Life
Houston, TX
Toward expanding academic and social programs through Young Life Clubs to all greater Houston area public high schools, particularly those in economically distressed urban areas
$ 150,000
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Subsequent adjustments may not be reflected in the amounts listed above.
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