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Meadows grants in 2009
Around Texas

June, 2009

Category: Arts and Culture
Dallas Black Dance Theatre $426,000 
    Toward constructing a revenue-generating parking lot to offset increased production costs associated with performing in the Wyly Theatre

Dallas Museum of Art $25,000 
    Renewal of Membership for 2009

Dallas Theater Center $106,000 
    Toward eliminating a projected deficit created by decreased ticket revenue and to stabilize the agency's financial position

Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, Texas $10,000 
    Renewal corporate membership for 2009

Category: Civic and Public Affairs
Center for Nonprofit Management, Dallas $277,000 
    To recapitalize a loan fund to provide emergency operating support to area nonprofit agencies that have been adversely affected by the deteriorating economy

Center for Public Policy Priorities, Austin, Texas $75,000 
    Toward policy and budgetary analyses of the impact of the new federal fiscal stimulus on Texas

Conference of Southwest Foundations, Dallas, Texas $4,000 
    Membership for 2009

Dallas Foundation for Buildingcommunity Workshop, bcWORKSHOP $142,000 
    Toward building and renovating low-income affordable housing to green construction standards

Foundation Communities, Austin, Texas $100,000 
    Toward increasing the number of low-income individuals receiving federal tax refunds and tax credits

Greenlights for Nonprofit Success, Austin, Texas $90,000 
    Toward expanding financial and fundraising consulting services to area nonprofit agencies during the economic downturn

Historic Downtown Galveston Partnership $50,000 
    Toward developing a master plan for redeveloping the central business district after the destruction caused by Hurricane Ike

ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability U.S.A., Oakland, CA $500 
    Charitable gift in lieu of honorarium

NPower Texas, Austin $72,000 
    Toward emergency funding to continue providing technology services designed to strengthen nonprofit organizations in San Antonio

Peregrine Fund, Boise, Idaho $45,000 
    Toward continuing a Safe Harbor release program for the Aplomado Falcon in order to remove the falcon from the Endangered Species List

Philanthropy Roundtable, Washington, DC $5,000 
    Membership for 2009

South Padre Island Birding & Nature Center, South Padre Island Economic Development Corporation $50,000 
    Toward constructing the South Padre Island Birding and Nature Center as an economic generator

Texas Coalition for Conservation, Austin, Texas $30,000 
    Toward a public awareness campaign on the economic value of public parkland

Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation for Texas Foreclosure Prevention Task Force, Austin, Texas $250,000 
    Toward expanding counseling services to homeowners at risk of foreclosure

Category: Education
Center for Reform of School Systems, Houston, Texas $25,000 
    Toward building consensus around key goals for Texas public education

Category: Health
CommuniCare Health Centers, San Antonio $50,000 
    Toward renovations to expand mental health services

Community Partners of Dallas $100,000 
    Toward bridge funding to reinstate and expand mental health services for victims of child abuse in Dallas County

Healing Hands Ministries, Dallas, Texas $50,000 
    Toward expanding medical and dental services to meet increased demand from low-income and uninsured families

Heart of Montgomery County, The Woodlands, Texas $47,500 
    Toward emergency operating support to continue a suicide prevention program

Hill Country Community MHMR Center, Kerrville $25,000 
    Toward furnishings and equipment for a new mental health crisis stabilization unit

Mental Health America of Greater Dallas $225,000 
    Toward emergency operating support during a time of economic crisis

Neighborhood Youth Services of Richardson $53,000 
    Toward emergency operating funds due to decreased government grants and increased demand for counseling services

Planned Living Assistance Network of Central Texas, Austin, Texas $39,000 
    Toward assisting individuals transition from public mental health services to community services

Salvation Army DFW Metroplex Command, Dallas, Texas $150,000 
    Toward a new program to transition homeless adults with mental illness to stable housing

Samaritan Center for Counseling and Pastoral Care, Austin, Texas $105,000 
    Toward emergency operating funding to cover a decrease in revenues while meeting a growing need for mental health services

Samaritan Pastoral Care & Counseling Center of San Angelo $31,000 
    Toward increasing the hours of a clinical director to meet the growing need for mental health services

Texas Association of Community Health Centers, Austin, Texas $500 
    Charitable gift in lieu of honorarium

University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth $105,400 
    Toward implementing a mental health screening tool to enhance treatment for adult probationers

Category: Human Services
Allen Community Outreach $100,000 
    Toward renovating a multi-service facility to increase emergency services to more low-income families

American National Red Cross for the North Central Texas Chapter, Wichita Falls, Texas $60,000 
    Toward emergency operating funds to cover reductions in revenue due to the economic downturn

American Red Cross, Greater Houston Area Chapter $350,000 
    Toward emergency funding for 2008 hurricanes disaster relief effort

American Red Cross, Texoma Chapter, Denison, Texas $40,000 
    Toward emergency operating support due to revenue reductions and increased demand for emergency services

Austin Area Interreligious Ministries $49,000 
    Toward emergency funding to meet a growing demand for services while experiencing a decrease in operating revenues

Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Texas, Irving, Texas $165,000 
    Toward a pilot program to mentor youth being released from the Texas Youth Commission and to reduce their rates of recidivism

Bryan's House, Dallas $189,000 
    Toward emergency operating funds needed as a result of increasing demand for services and decreasing revenues

Builders of Hope Community Development Corporation, Dallas, Texas $250,000 
    Toward land acquisition for constructing affordable housing

CDC Foundation, Atlanta, Georgia $10,000 
    Toward the Dallas Meta-Leadership Summit for Preparedness

Central Dallas Ministries $500 
    Charitable gift in lieu of honorarium

Corpus Christi Metro Ministries $69,000 
    Toward operating a shelter for homeless women and children

Court Appointed Special Advocates CASA For The Highland Lakes Area, CASA for the Higland Lakes Area, Kingsland, Texas $53,000 
    Toward emergency operating support due to funding cutbacks

Exchange Club Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse of DFW, Dallas, Texas $50,000 
    Toward emergency operating support

Family Place, Dallas, Texas $250,000 
    Toward constructing a transitional housing facility to expand the number of families served

Family Promise of Bell County, Temple, Texas $50,000 
    Toward hiring staff to expand services to homeless families

Family Violence Prevention Services, San Antonio $135,000 
    Toward emergency funding due to shortfall in fundraising revenues and increases in demand as a result of the deteriorating economy

First United Methodist Church of Dallas - Crossroads Community Services $80,000 
    Toward increasing the food distribution capacity of two major food pantries in response to the economic downturn

Habitat for Humanity of Wichita Falls $73,000 
    Toward completing the infrastructure of a 20-home subdivision for low-income families

Hays-Caldwell Womens Center, San Marcos, Texas $200,000 
    Toward constructing a new family violence shelter to meet the needs of an increasing number of clients

Loaves & Fishes of the Rio Grande Valley, Harlingen, Texas $45,000 
    Toward emergency repairs to 300 homes damaged by Hurricane Dolly

National Council on Family Violence, Texas Council on Family Violence, Austin, Texas $175,000 
    Toward emergency operating support due to the economic downturn

New Beginning Center, Garland, Texas $54,000 
    Toward emergency operating support due to a reduction in government funding

New Hope Housing, Houston $150,000 
    Toward constructing a 149-unit housing facility for very low-income and homeless persons

Tri-County Meals, Quitaque, Texas $53,000 
    Toward constructing a larger meal center and food pantry to meet increased demand

Turning Point Center, Houston $54,000 
    Toward constructing a multipurpose facility to expand job training services to older homeless individuals

Victim Relief Ministries, Richardson, Texas $84,000 
    Toward hiring a director of disaster response



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