Discretionary Grant

GRANT RECIPIENTS

Discretionary Grant

Recipients

Canyon Independent School District
$94,000
Manufacturing Academy equipment
King's Manor Methodist Retirement System
$46,937
Westgate renovations
Wildcat Bluff Nature Center
$22,000
Libb's Trail Pavilion
Dalhart Education Foundation
$250,000
Career Training Center FPC-Dalhart Campus
City of Clarendon
$100,000
Water Recreation Facility
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Amarillo
$250,000
Construct new facility
Childress Theatre Company
$32,000
Palace Theatre restoration
Oldham County Heritage Commission
$125,000
Multi-purpose event center in Vega
OUT Health Science Center at Houston
$31,850
Reach Out and Read-Amarillo County Heritage Commission
Faith City Mission
$250,000
Renovate BSA Hospice building
Moore County Senior Center
$24,276
Purchase freezers and kitchen equipment
Skellytown Area Volunteer Firefighters-EMS Association
$57,500
Purchase brush truck
Interfaith Campaign for the Homeless
$150,000
Matching 2018-19 funds
Hope & Healing Place
$75,000
Facility Expansion Project
Friends of Aeolian-Skinner Opus 1024
$24,000
General/Program Support
Turn Center
$200,000
Construction/Expansion
Plains Memorial Hospital (Dimmitt)
$204,141
Senior Living Project
Texas Panhandle Heritage Foundation
$68,500
Pioneer Amphitheater stage floor
Eveline Rivers Christmas Project
$27,500
Warmth items for childen/board training
To be Determined
$250,000
Future Focus Agency Endowment match
THRIVE Amarillo
$300,000
Scholarships to Amarillo College
The Panhandle Gives
$115,000
Match and Marketing for Giving Tuesday

2018 Total: $2,697,704

$2,697,704 Program Classification

  • $124,500 Arts, Culture, Humanities
  • $675,850 Education
  • $22,000 Environment, Animals
  • $729,141 Health
  • $781,213 Human Services
  • $365,000 Public, Society Benefit

$2,697,704 Type of Support

  • $1,752,417 Capital
  • $365,000 Foundation Initiative
  • $196,937 General
  • $83,350 Program
  • $300,000 Student Aid

$2,697,704 Service Area

  • $877,350 Local
  • $980,500 Regional
  • $839,854 Rural
7 Star Therapeutic Riding Center
$28,707
Tractor/Attachments
ACE Scholarship Program
$4,500
Dovie Kemp match
Amarillo Independent School District
$94,820
STEM pilot at Wills Elementary
Amarillo Museum of Art
$50,000
Classroom renovation
Amarillo Tri-State Exposition
$9,000
Complete Xcel Energy Park
American Red Cross, Texas Panhandle Chapter
$25,000
Challenge for family assistance program
Armstrong County Museum
$59,600
Goodnight Historical Center site master plan
Catholic Charities of the Texas Panhandle
$5,000
Capacity buidling
Ceta Canyon Camp & Retreat Center
$30,000
Outdoor Learning/Nature Center
$36,025 Citadelle Art Foundation
$30,000
Roadshow outreach program
City of Friona
$25,000
New ambulance
Dalhart Senior Citizens Association
$30,000
Construct drive-up window
Dallam-Hartley Counties Historical Association
$50,000
Dust Bowl exhibit
Great Plains CASA for Kids
$75,000
Purchase building
High Plains Food Bank
$49,647
Food to Health diabetes project
Guyon Saunders Resource Center
$35,000
Support 2018 operations
Harrington House Foundation
$35,000
Grounds project
Interfaith Campaign for the Homeless
$150,000
Match 2017-18 funds raised
Locust Grove Volunteer Fire Department
$55,000
Construct addition
Museum of the Plains
$64,480
Construct restrooms and emergency exit
Opportunity School, Inc.
$50,000
Support operations
Panhandle Behavioral Health Alliance
$5,400
Strategic plan supportOpportunity School, Inc.
Panhandle Crisis Center
$40,000
Emergency generator and computers
Shriners Hospitals for Children
$39,188
Support Amarillo outreach clinics
The PARC
$9,500
Capacity buidling
The Salvation Army
$50,000
Support shelter program
Wheeler Area Activities and Improvements Council
$50,000
Construction at Tom Britt Memorial Park
Palace Coffee Cause Fund
$25,000
Partnership benefiting local nonprofits
No Limits No Excuses Fund
$100,000
Pathways to post-secondary education
The Panhandle Gives Fund
$100,000
Giving Tuesday inititative
WTAMU Upperclassman Scholarship Fund
$500,000
fbo junior and senior THRIVE students
Substance Abuse Prevention Fund
$250,000
Fund treatment programs
2017 Total: $2,130,867

$2,130,867 Program Classification

  • $295,105 Arts, Culture, Humanities
  • $749,320 Education
  • $319,588 Health
  • $666,854 Human Services
  • $100,000 Public, Society Benefit

$2,130,867 Type of Service

  • $79,500 Capacity Building
  • $492,187 Capital
  • $360,000 General
  • $594,680 Program
  • $604,500 Student Aid

$2,130,867 Service Area

  • $808,820 Local
  • $836,942 Regional
  • $485,105 Rural
ACE Scholarship Program
$4,500
Dovie Kemp match
City of Amarillo
$250,000
Establish Charles E. Warford Activity Center
Amarillo Opera
$35,000
Capacity building
Amarillo Recovery from Alcohol and Drugs
$375,000
Establish Residential Treatment Center
Amarillo Symphony
$33,350
Capacity Building
Amarillo Wesley Community Center
$40,000
Support operations
Boys & Girls Club of Amarillo
$20,000
Afterschool and summer programs
Bridges To Life
$12,500
Challenge to support programs
Canadian Community Center
$55,000
Capacity building, challenge to support programs
CCS Connect Community Services (Fritch)
$35,000
Capacity building, challenge for new facility
Clarendon Economic Development Corporation
$50,000
HVAC for Mulkey Theatre
Donley County Senior Citizens (Clarendon)
$5,000
Home-delivered meals
Downtown Women's Center
$56,000
Gratitude House client services
Heal the City Free Clinic
$500,000
Renovate new facility
Epilepsy Foundation West Texas
$16,000
Support Amarillo Medical Clinic
Family Support Services
$25,000
Support Veterans Resource Center
Good Samaritan Christian Services (Pampa)
$18,428
Walk-in freezer
Interfaith Campaign for the Homeless
$150,000
Match 2016-17 funds raised
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
$10,000
Outreach and education
Kids, Inc. of Amarillo Texas
$52,336
Panhandle Sports Hall of Fame audio/video
Muscular Dystrophy Association
$10,000
Support 2016 summer camp
Panhandle Independent Living Center
$35,000
Traumatic Brain Injury support groups
Sharing Hope Ministry
$40,000
Replace parking lot at new education center
Spearman Ministerial Alliance
$9,000
Replace Hansford Food Bank roof
Swisher Memorial Hospital Foundation
$60,000
Ultrasound equipment
Texas Panhandle Independent Futures Foundation
$75,000
Purchase duplex
Turn Center
$3,500
Capacity building
Wellington Opportunity Center
$8,000
I-beams for south wall of the center
White Deer Senior Citizens Association Inc.
$3,866
Replace flooring in storage and restrooms
Window On a Wider World
$25,000
Challenge to support programs
YMCA of Moore County (Dumas)
$22,500
Challenge to support afterschool program
2016 Total: $2,034,980

$2,034,980 Program Classification

  • $143,350 Arts, Culture, Humanities
  • $4,500 Education
  • $974,500 Health
  • $912,630 Human Services

$2,034,980 Type of Support

  • $35,000 Capacity Building
  • $1,531,630 Capital
  • $242,850 General
  • $221,000 Program
  • $4,500 Student Aid

$2,034,980 Service Area

  • $1,085,500 Local
  • $682,686 Regional
  • $266,794 Rural