Louise Bowers
Slentz

FOUNDATION GRANTS

Louise Bowers Slentz
Foundation
Grant Recipients

Coalition of Health Services
$15,000
To support the Gateway to Health Careers project
Amarillo Area Foundation
$40,000
To support the 2020 Panhandle Gives Campaign
West Texas A&M University
$31,000
To support Where The Learning Continues Suite
Hemphill County Hospital District
$32,550
To purchase 1 of the 3 Lifepak 15 monitor/defibrillators
Heal the City Free Clinic
$17,400
To expand the Wellness Services to the Under-insured of Amarillo
Tralee Crisis Center for Women
$10,000
To support Tralee's Pet Place
Texas Ramp Project
$10,000
To support the Amarillo Ramp Project
Texas Tech Foundation fbo Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center - Amarillo
$93,467
To purchase one EPIQ 5W Ultrasound System
Turn Center
$41,593
To purchase an updated security camera system and technology for Turn Center's physical security and for the speech/feeding therapy department
The Bridge Children's Advocacy Center in Pampa
$23,850
To provide a fire safety system and wiring, as well as interior paint to their facility
Refuge Ministries
$30,000
To support their shelter renovation, purchase appliances, and cover capacity growth training costs up to $3,050 of the total grant for nonprofit board governance, fundraising and strategic planning
Amarillo College Foundation
$250,000
to purchase simulation lab equipment for nurse training in rural counties of the Texas Panhandle over a 2-year period ($125K for 2019/$125K for 2020)*
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Amarillo
$27,840
To provide temporary housing for families of pediatric patients who live outside the city limits during RM House renovations as an emergency request
Cactus Nazarene Health Center
$33,250
To support The Well Health Center Vaccine Clinic
Pampa Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)
$20,000
to provide general support
Dalhart Education Foundation
$250,000
to support Phase IIA of the FPC-Dalhart Campus Career Training Center
The Panhandle Gives
$30,000
to provide amplification dollars for 2018 Giving Tuesday
Pampa Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)
$15,000
to provide general support
Heal the City Free Clinic
$200,000
to support Heal the City's capital campaign
Faith City Mission
$200,000
to support Faith City's capital campaign
Pampa Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)
$15,000
to provide general support
Pampa Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)
$15,000
to provide general support
Texas Panhandle Centers
$15,000
to provide the match for state funds to implement a pilot project for veterans' care
Pampa Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)
$10,000
to provide general support
Buckner Children and Family Services
$25,000
for benefit of the Bruce Ford Transition Center in Amarillo
Frank Phillips College
$50,000
to support the distance learning project to connect the Borger, Dalhart, and Perryton campuses
Pampa Animal Welfare Society
$2,500
to support the rental of cargo van and hiring professional driver to transport shelter animals to Colorado, Oklahoma, and other parts of Texas
Texas Panhandle War Memorial Foundation
$250,000
to support the Education Center Campaign
Pampa Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)
$10,000
to provide general support
Pampa Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)
$10,000
to provide general support
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at Amarillo
$100,000
to construct a Hi-Fidelity Simulation Room
Amarillo Botanical Gardens
$2,500
to replace plants/gardens damaged by the recent hail storm
Harrington Cancer Foundation
$300,000
to support the capital expansion campaign
Pampa Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)
$10,000
to provide general support
Louise Bowers Slentz Foundation Endowed Scholarship Committe
$500,000
to establish an endowed scholarship fund for residents of Gray, Wheeler, Roberts, Donley, Carson, and Hemphill counties

Total: $155,950