Through the dedicated and skilled efforts of more than 60 grant partner organizations, our investments are leading to healthier outcomes for all kinds of Central Texans – in clinical settings, schools and workplaces, and in the community. This year, we plan to invest $75 million in the health of Central Texans through these organizations.
The Foundation has provided grants to AGE to fund their Caregiver University, Adult Day Health Center and other programs. Health’s Angels has also worked with AGE to create Senior Gardens at their Adult Day Health Centers in Austin and Round Rock.
The Foundation has provided grants to fund oral health and medical case management services for HIV-positive patients, and participated in the Capital Campaign to construct the new Jack Sansing Dental Clinic, which opened in 2015.
The Foundation has provides grants for the No Estas Solo (NES) Mental Health Counseling Program and the Children’s Hearing Aid Texas (CHAT) Program, and funded their new facility which opened in 2016.
The Foundation has funded a variety of initiatives, including health screening and monitoring programs aimed at assessing the health and wellness of people 60 years and older and helping them navigate available health services, and a senior medication interaction safety program.
The Foundation has funded their Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) initiative and its implementation at a number of AISD schools, along with a program to integrate health and academic data.
The Foundation provides funding to develop resident leadership in an affordable housing community in Granger, and Medical and Counseling Sevices in Bastrorp ISD.The Foundation provides funding to develop resident leadership in an affordable housing community in Granger, and Medical and Counseling Sevices in Bastrorp ISD.
The Foundation has provided grants to fund Healthy Lifestyles programming at Boys and Girls Clubs throughout the Austin Area, and funding for a new Austin area club.
The Foundation provides funding to Camp Fire Central Texas to provide families in the Taylor Square Apartments with three pilot programs to address childhood adversity and to provide housing supports.The Foundation provides funding to Camp Fire Central Texas to provide families in the Taylor Square Apartments with three pilot programs to address childhood adversity and to provide housing supports.
The Foundation’s grants fund Capital IDEA’s Path to Healthcare Careers program. The program provides tuition assistance and support for low income Central Texans looking to train for a career in the healthcare field.
The Foundation’s grants fund the Healthy Options Program for the Elderly (HOPE). The Foundation also contributed $1 million to the Food Bank’s Capital Campaign, which allowed them to open a new state-of-the-art facility in 2016.
The Foundation’s grants fund primary and behavioral health services at the Wallace Mallory Clinic, as well as building improvements, and funding for their culturally and linguistically competent outreach to increase postpartum visit adherence.
The Foundation has provided grants to fund wrap-around health, mental health, case management and other supportive services for low income individuals and families living at Foundation Communities properties. The Foundation has also provided funding to create healthy living spaces and funded the Healthy Foundations and Insure Central Texas Enrollment Programs.
The Foundation provides funding for Front Steps Inc. to provide wraparound supports to 200 residents living at the Palms apartment complex.The Foundation provides funding for Front Steps Inc. to provide wraparound supports to 200 residents living at the Palms apartment complex.
The Foundation’s grants help Hospice Austin provide charity care for hospice patients who are uninsured or cannot afford the cost of care, as well as their GIFT (Giving Instructions for Tomorrow) program.
The Foundation has provided grants for various programs focused on mental health, including their Mental Health First Aid training program, and funding for the Herman Center for Crisis Care which opened in 2017.
The Foundation’s grants fund support services aimed at achieving self-sufficiency for highly vulnerable youth transitioning to adulthood, and implementation of the Real Talk evidence-based sexuality education and pregnancy prevention program at selected schools in the Austin and Manor Independent School Districts.
The Foundation has provided grants to fund numerous programs, ranging from patient-centered healthcare for uninsured residents of Williamson County, to integrated behavioral health care and the Medical Assistance Through Community Healthcare (MATCH) Program, and funding for a nurse care coordinator to engage patients in mom-baby teams to work across providers to improve postpartum outcomes.
The Foundation’s grants fund the implementation of a structured postnatal program with home visiting support groups, social support and yoga for moms of color across Central Texas.
The Foundation has provided grants to fund dental services for uninsured and underserved Central Texans, and a Capital Campaign for the construction of a new dental clinic, which opened in 2014.
The Foundation funded construction of Unity Hall at Community First Village, a centralized building which offers numerous wraparound services to CF’s residents.
The Foundation has provided grants to fund high quality primary and preventive care, community and behavioral health programs, along with the Tandem Teen Prenatal and Parenting program and postpartum care initiatives. In 2014, the Foundation also gave $10 million as part of PCC’s Capital Campaign to fund their new facility in Northeast Austin, which opened in early 2016.
The Foundation’s grants fund Planned Parenthood’s Healthy Austin program, which provides free or low cost healthcare services for low income adults in Travis County.
Sacred Heart is a part of the St. David’s Foundation adult dental initiative and receives capital support for their dental clinic in Round Rock, as well as funding for their dental supplies.
The Foundation provides funding to Saint Louise House to provide previously homeless low-income women-led families with affordable housing and wraparound services.The Foundation provides funding to Saint Louise House to provide previously homeless low-income women-led families with affordable housing and wraparound services.
The Foundation’s grants fund SFC’s Double Dollar Incentive program, which matches every dollar spent on fruits and vegetables purchased at all SFC Farmers’ Markets in Central Texas. The Foundation has also funded SFC’s Community Garden, and La Cocina Allegre programs, and contributed to SFC’s Capital Campaign for their new building, which opened in 2013.
The Foundation has funded numerous initiatives, including contribution to the Capital Campaign to construct the Round Rock Campus, and a program aimed at using SMS text messaging and group chat to inform, educate and connect underserved women in Hays County with services and information.
The Foundation has provided grants to fund the UT School of Nursing’s wellness centers, the expansion of their Masters of Nursing Program, and the construction of their new classrooms which opened in 2017.
The Foundation’s grants have funded a variety of initiatives, including the Gerontology Resources and the Aging Community in Education (GRACE) Program, and a program to engage African-American women in community-based participatory research and strategic planning to tackle maternal mortality disparities.
The St. David’s Foundation helps fund the development of an evidence-based nursing home, and provides funding for a resource referral program for newborns and their families.
The Foundation’s grants fund comprehensive health services for low income patients. The St. David’s Dental Program also works with Volunteer Healthcare Clinic to provide services to their patients needing dental care on our dental vans.
Our staff and some new Cardinal Point residents with the sign for the new St. David’s Foundation Learning Center.