310 Morton Street, PMB Suite C
Richmond, TX 77469
- Youth Development, Youth Programs
- Arts, Culture and Humanities including Library, Museum and Historical Society Grants
- Mental Health, Crisis Intervention
- Crime, Legal Related
- Housing, Shelter
- Recreation, Sports, Youth Sports
- Human Services - Multipurpose and Other
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The George Foundation makes grants to nonprofit groups operating in, and directly benefiting the people of Fort Bend County, Texas.
Funding is focused on the following priorities:
Including Career Readiness, Dropout Prevention, Early Childhood, High Performing Public Education Models, K-12 Public Education, Literacy and Parenting Education. Priority areas of funding for Education include Career Readiness, Early Childhood and High Performing Public Education Models.
Including Addiction Prevention & Intervention, Access to Care for Uninsured, Behavioral Health, Services to Special Populations. Priority areas of funding for Health include Access to Care for Uninsured and Behavioral Health.
Including Abuse/Neglect Prevention & Intervention, Affordable Housing, Basic Needs, Homeless/Housing Assistance, Law/Legal, Senior Services, Services to Special Populations and Youth Development. Priority areas of funding for Human Needs include Affordable Housing and Youth Development.
Including efforts that enrich the tapestry of Fort Bend County, such as Civic Engagement and Volunteerism, Libraries and Museums, Parks and Recreation, Performing, Visual & Cultural Arts. Please note that the majority of the Foundation’s grants support Education, Health and Human Needs efforts, with a smaller portion awarded to Community Enhancement.
Annual LOI and Application Cycles are open from November 1-October 31 each year. LOIs and Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Grant information last reviewed by our staff on 11/5/2020
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