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Southwest Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Center
This is the leading resource for Texans with disabilities. The Southwest ADA Center strives to protect and advance the rights, independence and quality of life for persons with disabilities in its geographical region.
2323 S. Shepherd, #1000
Houston, TX 77019
(713) 520-0232 or (800) 949-4232

Texas Veterans Commission
If you are a disabled US veteran residing in Texas, this is the first place to turn. Through the Veterans Commission, you’ll receive all sorts of assistance, including disability grants if you lost mobility during service or VA-provided medical attention.
Stephen F. Austin Bldg., Suite 800
Austin, Texas 78701
(512) 463-5538 or (800) 252-8387

Texas Center for Disability Studies/The University of Texas at Austin
10100 Burnet Road The Commons Center, Bldg. 137, Suite 1.154
Austin, TX 78758-4445
(800) 828-7839
TTY (512) 232-0762
(512) 232-0761 (Fax)
E-mail: txcds@uttcds.org

Texas Health and Human Services Commission
4900 North Lamar Blvd.
Austin, TX 78751
(512) 424-6500
*Medicaid Information.

Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities
P.O. Box 12428
Austin, TX 78711
(512) 463-5742

Texas Medicaid Program

Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation
636 Morris Turnpike, Suite 3A
Short Hills, NJ 07078
*Spinal Cord injuries and paralysis. Specific military treatment program available.

Project Mend Inc.
8305 Telephone Road
Houston, TX 77061
(888) 903-6363
(713) 641-0777
Email: infohouston@projectmend.org


Greater Houston Community Foundation
The foundation grows effective philanthropy by connecting donors to the causes they care about, provides excellent stewardship of assets entrusted to them, and convenes resources to address important community needs.
SUITE 6000
P: 713.333.2200
F: 713.333.2220


Communities Foundation of Texas, Inc.
Contrary to common perceptions of North Texas' relatively high income levels, the region's poverty is worse than the national average. Not only does financial insecurity destabilize families, it also jeopardizes the long-term vitality of cities and local economies.
5500 Caruth Haven Lane       
Dallas, Texas 75225-8146
Phone: (214) 750-4222
Fax: (214) 750-4210


Laura and John Arnold Foundation
The foundation aims to foster a culture in which individuals have the best chance to succeed and prosper, while encouraging a sense of responsibility, compassion and reinvestment toward their communities and society as a whole.
2800 Post Oak Blvd., Ste. 225
Houston, TX United States 77056-8809
Telephone: (713) 554-1349


The Brown Foundation, Inc.
The foundation's current emphasis is in the field of public education at the primary and secondary levels. It will focus on finding and supporting nontraditional and innovative approaches designed to improve public education primarily within the state of Texas. Other areas of interest continue to be the visual and performing arts, and also include community service projects focused upon the needs of children and youth, especially in the Houston area.
Nancy Pittman, Executive Director
P.O. Box 130646
Houston, TX 77219-0646


The Michael and Susan Dell Foundation
The foundation's mission is to fund initiatives that seek to foster active minds, healthy bodies and a safe environment where children can thrive. It proactively seeks out opportunities to support or develop programs that address five essential focus areas: children's health, education, safety, youth development and early childhood care.
PO Box 163867
Austin, TX 78716
Fax: +1 (512) 600-5501
Email: info@msdf.org (General inquiries)


ExxonMobil Foundation
The foundation supports organizations involved with education, the environment, endangered species and habitats, health, medical research, human services, community development, civic affairs, and women.
5959 Las Colinas Blvd.
Irving, TX United States 75039-229


Houston Endowment Inc.
Support primarily for nonprofit organizations and educational institutions that improve life for the people of the greater Houston, TX area. Funding for programs in the arts, community enhancement, education, health, human services, the environment and neighborhood development.
600 Travis, Suite 6400
Houston, TX 77002-3000
Phone: 713-238-8100
Fax: 713-238-8101
E-mail: info@houstonendowment.org


International Medical Outreach, Inc.
The grantmaker provides health care for those in need on a worldwide basis. It concentrates on efforts towards the relief of infectious diseases, including malaria, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, pneumonia, and diarrhea in addition to other diseases. It also establishes and assists existing medical clinics, orphanages, feeding centers, drug rehabilitation projects and teaching centers among other humanitarian efforts.
1304 Malone St.
Houston, TX 77007 USA


The Moody Foundation
Funds to be used for historic restoration projects, performing arts organizations, and cultural programs; promotion of health, science, and education; community and social services; and the field of religion.
2302 Post Office St., Ste. 704
Galveston, TX United States 77550-1936
Telephone: (409) 797-1500


Kinder Foundation
Giving primarily for the arts, education, health associations, social services, children services, including a children's hospital, community development and federated giving programs.
Mrs. Nancy G. Kinder, President
P.O. Box 130776
Houston, TX 77219-0776


The Dallas Foundation
The Dallas Foundation is the oldest community foundation in the state, and serves donors and nonprofit agencies through North Texas. We act as a keystone — a link between donors and the community issues they care about.
Reagan Place at Old Parkland
3963 Maple Avenue
Suite 390, Dallas, Texas 75219
Phone: 214.741.9898
Fax:  214.741.9848


Harold Simmons Foundation
The foundation supports programs designed to promote education; health care; social welfare including human rights; civic improvement; and culture and the arts.
Three Lincoln Centre
5430 LBJ Freeway, Suite 1700
Dallas, Texas 75240-2697
Telephone: (972) 233-1700


The J. T. and Margaret Talkington Foundation
The primary interests of the Foundation include, but are not limited to the following:
~ Arts and culture
~ Community-based education
~ Youth services
~ Other areas of community improvement
Attn: Kacey Stevens
5010 University Avenue, Suite 330
Lubbock, TX 79413
(806) 792-1014


The Robert A. Welch Foundation
The Foundation has contributed to the advancement of chemistry through research grants, departmental programs, endowed chairs, Texas Interscholastic League Foundation scholarships and other programs.
5555 San Felipe St., Ste. 1900
Houston, TX United States 77056-2730


The Meadows Foundation, Inc.
The foundation strives to exemplify the principles of its founder in addressing basic human needs by working toward the elimination of ignorance, hopelessness and suffering, protecting the environment, providing cultural enrichment, encouraging excellence and promoting understanding and cooperation among people.
3003 Swiss Ave.
Dallas, Texas 75204-6049
800-826-9431 (outside the Dallas area)
Fax: 214-827-7042


Valero Energy Foundation
The foundation supports zoos and food banks and organizations involved with arts and culture, education, health, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, recreation, human services, and military and veterans.
P.O. Box 696000
San Antonio, Texas  78269-6000
210-345-2000 phone
210-345-2103 fax


Amon G. Carter Foundation
Amon G. Carter Foundation is a Texas non-profit corporation established in 1945 by Amon G. Carter and Nenetta Burton Carter. The foundation is a 501(c) (3) exempt private foundation as defined in the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Grants support work in the fields of art and culture, civic and public affairs, education, health, and human services.
Wells Fargo Tower
201 Main Street, Suite 1945
Fort Worth, TX 76102-3105


Austin Community Foundation for the Capital Area, Inc.
The foundation promotes philanthropy in Central Texas to improve the quality of life now and in the future. The foundation provides support for arts and culture, education and training, community development and community services, the environment, health, human services, recreation, and animal-related services.
4315 Guadalupe St., Ste. 300
Austin, TX United States 78751
Telephone: (512) 472-4483


The Rees-Jones Foundation
The foundation's mission is to serve God by serving others, sharing His resources in ways that provide opportunities for the disadvantaged, relief for the suffering, and encouragement in the growth and wellbeing of children and families in our community.
5956 Sherry Lane, Suite 1603, Dallas, Texas 75225
Phone Number: 214-751-2977
Fax Number: 214-751-2978
Email: info@rees-jonesfoundation.org


Albert & Bessie Mae Kronkosky Charitable Foundation
The focus of the Kronkosky Charitable Foundation is to support programs, projects and collaborative efforts that reach as many people as possible; involve the persons served in developing solutions; raise expectations; build self-esteem; develop personal and organizational capacity; encourage innovation; and make use of technology.
112 East Pecan, Suite 830
San Antonio, Texas 78205
(210) 475-9000 phone
(210) 354-2204 fax


Sid W. Richardson Foundation
Grants from the Sid W. Richardson Foundation help to advance the missions of nonprofit organizations that serve the people of Texas. Grants are made primarily to educational, health, human service, and cultural organizations.
309 Main Street
Fort Worth, TX 76102
T. 817.336.0494
F. 817.332.2176


The Cynthia & George Mitchell Foundation
The foundation is a mission-driven grantmaking foundation that seeks innovative, sustainable solutions for human and environmental problems. The foundation works as an engine of change in both policy and practice in Texas, supporting high-impact projects at the nexus of environmental protection, social equity, and economic vibrancy.
P.O. Box 8937
The Woodlands, TX United States 77387-8937
Telephone: (713) 377-5060


Texas Instruments Foundation
In the communities where we operate, our focus is on education, environment, giving and volunteerism.
12500 TI Boulevard
Dallas, Texas 75243 USA
Phone Number 972-995-2011


Community Foundation of North Texas
The foundation provides stewardship for many individual charitable funds. With its specialized services, the foundation gives donor efficient charitable fund administration. Support for community development, social services, education, youth, health, and arts and cultural programs; emphasis on one-time grants to new and innovative programs.
Fort Worth Club Building
306 West 7th Street, Suite 1045
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
Phone: 817.877.0702
Fax: 817.632.8711


The Cullen Foundation
Giving for charitable, educational, medical, and other eleemosynary purposes; grants for hospitals, medical research, including eye research, and higher education; support also for music, the performing arts, social services, drug abuse prevention, community funds, and conservation.
601 Jefferson St., 40th Fl.
Houston, TX United States 77002-7900
Telephone: (713) 651-8837


San Antonio Area Foundation
We provide a simple, powerful and highly personal approach to giving -- so your gifts impact the community, forever. We contribute to the community through grants and scholarships. We help nonprofits further and strengthen their mission, and we provide leadership for key community issues.
303 E. Pearl Pkwy., Ste. 114
San Antonio, TX United States 78215
Telephone: (210) 225-2243


Ed Rachal Foundation
The combination of commitments to education and youth, and to the land and its resources, is the cornerstone of the foundation.
555 N. Carancahua St, Suite 700
Corpus Christi, Texas 78401
Phone: 361.881.9040
Email: info@edrachal.org


Mays Family Foundation
Giving primarily for education, health, human services, and Christian organizations and ministries.
250 W. Nottingham Dr. Ste #400
San Antonio, TX 78209
(210) 832-3305


Robert J. Kleberg, Jr. and Helen C. Kleberg Foundation
The Robert J. Kleberg, Jr. and Helen C. Kleberg Foundation is committed to supporting and improving quality of life in South Texas communities, investing in scientific research and innovation, and wildlife and habitat stewardship.
700 North St. Mary’s Street, Suite 1200
San Antonio, TX  78205
Phone: (210) 271-3691, Ext. 39
Fax: (210) 299-1541
Email: margretb@alexventures.com


Albert and Margaret Alkek Foundation
The Foundation continues to provide support for charitable, religious, scientific (primarily medical), cultural and educational organizations and programs serving the people of the state of Texas.
1100 Louisiana, Suite 5250
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel: 713.652.6601


BNSF Railway Foundation
The foundation supports organizations involved with arts and culture, higher education, the environment, health, substance abuse services, crime and violence prevention, recreation, human services, diversity, community development, children and youth, minorities, women, and economically disadvantaged people, and awards college scholarships to high school seniors, college sophomores, and Native Americans.
2500 Lou Menk Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76131-2830
Telephone: (817) 867-6458


Permian Basin Area Foundation
The foundation seeks to provide a vehicle through which donors may make gifts for charitable, religious, scientific, and educational uses. The ultimate goals are to improve the quality of life of the communities' residents, promote equality of opportunity, and assist those in need or at risk in the Permian Basin.
200 N. Loraine St., Ste. 500
Midland, TX United States 79701-4711
Telephone: (432) 617-3213


Booth Ferris Foundation
Grants primarily for education, smaller colleges, and independent secondary schools; limited support also for urban programs, social service agencies, and cultural activities.
P.O. 227237 TX1-2963
Dallas, TX United States 75222-7237


Whole Planet Foundation
The foundation creates and supports economic partnerships with the poor in developing-world communities that supply Whole Foods stores with product. Special emphasis is directed toward microfinance institutions in Latin America, Africa and Asia who in turn develop and offer microenterprise loan programs, training and other financial services to the self-employed poor.
c/o Whole Foods Market
550 Bowie Street
Austin, TX 78703-4677
Phone: (512) 542-0144
Fax: (512) 482-7000


The CH Foundation
To significantly improve human services and cultural and educational opportunities for the residents of the South Plains of Texas.
6102 82nd Street, #8A
Lubbock, TX 79424
Office Phone: 806.792.0448
Office Fax: 806.792.7824


A Glimmer of Hope Foundation
Our model focuses on four areas of development: water, health, education, and microfinance.
3600 N. Capital of Texas Hwy.
Bldg. B, Suite 330
Austin, Texas 78746
Phone: (512) 328-9944
Fax: (512) 328-8872
General Information: inquiries@aglimmerofhope.org


The George Foundation
Giving primarily for human services, education, health care and for community enhancement.
215 Morton Street
Richmond, TX 77469
Telephone: 281-342-6109
Fax: 281-341-7635


The Levant Foundation
Operating in an increasingly diverse society, the Foundation is committed to cooperation with universities, institutions of fine art, and with religious and research institutions to sponsor and fund artistic, academic and educational programs.
JP Morgan Chase Tower
600 Travis, Suite 6800
Houston, TX 77002
(202) 792-0600
(713) 222-1614


The USAA Foundation, Inc.
The foundation supports organizations involved with arts and culture, education, health, human services, and economic development.
9800 Fredericksburg Rd., D-03-E
San Antonio, TX United States 78288-3500


Henderson-Wessendorff Foundation
In the broadest terms, the Foundation’s goal for grant making is to provide funding for appropriate charitable organizations to enhance or support efforts to improve the quality of life for present and future generations of the people of Texas with focus on the greater Richmond, Texas area. To achieve this goal, the Directors have chosen areas of emphasis which include education, historical, animals and wildlife, religious organizations, human services, and mental health including substance abuse.
Wessendorff Building
611 Morton Street
Richmond, Texas 77469
Phone: 281-342-2044
Fax: 281-342-1116
Email: info@hw-foundation.com


Abell-Hanger Foundation
Support primarily for higher education, youth activities, cultural programs, health services, the handicapped, and social welfare agencies.
112 Corporate Drive
Midland, TX 79705


Rowling Foundation
The foundation exists, first and foremost, to help proclaim the name of Jesus Christ throughout the world. To that end, it desires to be a resource for financial assistance, consultative ministry, and prayer support to those organizations committed to the cause of Christ.
4001 Maple Avenue, Suite 600 Dallas, TX 75219


The Ewing Halsell Foundation
Grants primarily for education, cultural programs, health organizations, and social service and youth agencies.
711 Navarro St. Ste 737
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: 210-223-2649
Fax: 210-271-9089


Scharbauer Foundation Inc
Grants will be considered for activities involving arts/culture, education, health, human/social services, public/civic benefit, and faith-based or religious activities.
300 N. Marienfeld, Ste. 850
Midland, TX 79701-4387
(432) 683-2222


The Cockrell Foundation
The purpose of The Cockrell Foundation is to provide financial support for charitable organizations primarily in the Houston area in support of education, youth activities, health care and medical research, and cultural institutions.
1000 Main Street, Suite 3250
Houston, Texas 77002


Hillcrest Foundation
Giving to relieve poverty, advance education, and promote health; support for higher and other education, health and hospitals, social services, including programs for youth and child welfare, drug abuse, rehabilitation and housing. Grant requests for capital and program support are strongly encouraged.
901 Main St., 19th Fl., TX1-492-19-11
Dallas, TX United States 75283-1041
Telephone: (214) 209-1965


RGK Foundation
RGK Foundation awards grants in the broad areas of Education, Community, and Health/Medicine. The Foundation's primary interests within Education include programs that focus on formal K-12 education (particularly mathematics, science and reading), teacher development, literacy, and higher education.
1301 West 25th Street - Suite 300 - Austin, Tx 78705-4236
(512) 474-9298 Phone
(512) 474-7281 Fax


Paso del Norte Health Foundation
The foundation's mission is to promote health and prevent disease in the region through leadership in health education, research, and advocacy.
221 N. Kansas, Suite 1900
El Paso, Texas 79901
Telephone: 915-544-7636
Fax: 915-544-7713
E-mail: health@pdnhf.org


Amarillo Area Foundation, Inc.
The foundation seeks to improve the quality of life in the TX Panhandle through effective philanthropic efforts. The foundation is currently focused on four areas of particular priority: 1) Education; 2) Health; 3) Human Services; and 4) Youth and Families.
801 S. Fillmore, Ste. 700
Amarillo, TX United States 79101-3537
Telephone: (806) 376-4521


AT&T Foundation
The foundation supports programs designed to advance education. Through its community initiatives, AT&T invests in projects that create learning opportunities; promote academic and economic achievement; and address community needs.
208 S. Akard, Ste. 100
Dallas, TX United States 75202-4206

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