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Our Giving History

Our Giving History

2019-2020 Grant History:

ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE:

Austin College to continue to fund the Social Entrepreneurship for Poverty Alleviation (SEPA) program to increase Austin College student engagement and collaboration with local nonprofit organizations.Blue Zones Project to create an environment/community where people statistically live the longest, avoid common diseases, and all-around live extremely healthy lifestyles.
Boys and Girls Club of Denison to continue to provide the Triple Play program which emphasizes healthy habits, fitness, and strong mind, body and soul.
CASA of Grayson County to continue to recruit and train new advocates and to send current employees to additional sexual abuse awareness training.
Child & Family Guidance Center to continue to support access to outpatient mental healthcare for impoverished, trauma impacted Texoma families and for the Capital Campaign Cabinet to purchase a building.
Fannin County Children’s Center to increase access to specialized medical exams and mental health services for victims of child abuse and provide children in foster care with a trained volunteer advocate along with child abuse prevention training for adults.
Fannin Health Clinic to fund medicine, lab work and x-rays for patients, along with clinic utilities, telephone, and supplies.
Girls on the Run of Southern Oklahoma to provide program funding for character building education and training for a 5K event for girls in 3rd through 8th grade.
Glaser Family Charitable Foundation to train a facilitator for the Youth Aware of Mental Health (YAM) program, bring Thrive curriculum and the Hope Squad program to at least three schools in Fannin County, and to support administrative activities and programs for the Fannin Behavioral Health Leadership Team.
Grant Halliburton Foundation to provide the Thrive program to schools to infuse mental health awareness and education.
Grayson County Children’s Advocacy Center to provide trauma focused mental health therapy to victims of child abuse and their non-offending family members.
Greater Texoma Health Clinic to offset provider salaries, support staff along with equipment, medical supplies and electronic medical system.
J127 Ministry to purchase equipment, supplies and support faculty for the Life-Skills Program to work with ladies aged 18-23 that have aged out of the foster care system.
Lighthouse Behavioral Wellness Centers to create an Urgent Recovery Center (URC) in Durant to provide access to mental health crisis care.
Oklahoma Dental Foundation to develop, conduct dental education, surveys, screening exams and treatment for 7 weeks of intervention.
Southwestern Diabetic Foundation – Camp Sweeney to provide a three-week residential diabetic life skills training program for children ages 5 to 19.
Texoma Behavioral Health Leadership Team (TBHLT) to continue to support part-time staff position and sponsorship for 4th Annual Community Behavioral Health Conference.
Tri-County Senior Nutrition Project, DBA Meals on Wheels Texoma to provide the Oasis JumpStart Program (OJP), a comprehensive, 13-week health initiative specifically designed to educate participants in making changes to their lifestyle, enabling greater control of their health.

HEALTH PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (INCREASE IN NURSING):

Grayson College Foundation to support nursing faculty to increase the number of registered nurses working in the service area and help develop and to upgrade equipment required to meet new accreditation protocols.
Grayson County Women’s Crisis Center to support the Sexual Assault Nursing Examiner (SANE) Program.

2018-2019 Grant History

ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE:

Austin College to continue to fund the Social Entrepreneurship for Poverty Alleviation (SEPA) program to increase Austin College student engagement and collaboration with local nonprofit organizations.
Boys and Girls Club of Denison to add new flooring to the Teen Center to aid in physical fitness, health and athletic programs and to continue the Triple Play Program.
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) to continue to recruit and train new volunteer advocates who provide a voice for children as well as support supervision of current volunteers with case investigations and court advocacy duties including the provision of ongoing training through state and national seminars.
Child & Family Guidance Center to provide access to high quality mental healthcare to children and families living in poverty and address the mental healthcare workforce shortage.
Denison ISD’s Special Education Department to continue providing an after-school program, Journey Engaging Together (JET), fostering friendships through inclusion between children with disabilities and non-disabled children.
Family Promise to provide 50-minute mental health counseling sessions for 14 individual family members during each three-month 12-week family cycle.
Fannin County Children’s Center to increase access to specialized medical exams and mental health services for victims of child abuse and provide children in foster care with a trained volunteer advocate along with child abuse prevention training for adults.
Fannin Health Clinic to fund medicine, lab work and x-rays for patients along with clinic utilities, telephones and supplies.
Fannin Pregnancy Care Center to update the curriculum for the Stepping Stones Motherhood Program which provides ongoing education enabling young women in crisis pregnancy to make good choices in raising their children and becoming financially independent.
Four Rivers Outreach to provide no-cost dental services to low-income adults who do not have dental insurance who are Grayson County residents and to provide a Residential Recovery Program for men and a Non-Residential Recovery Program for
men and women to help them overcome their additions and build an independent life free of drugs and alcohol.
Girls on the Run of Southern Oklahoma to provide program funding for character building education and training for a 5K event for girls in 3rd through 8th grade.
Grant Halliburton Foundation to support youth mental health education programs in Grayson and Fannin Counties.
Grayson County Children’s Advocacy Center to provide trauma focused mental health therapy to victims of child abuse and their non-offending family members.
Grayson County Women’s Crisis Center to support the Sexual Assault Nursing Examiner (SANE) Program.
Greater Texoma Health Clinic to offset provider salaries along with support for equipment, medical supplies, electronic medical records, and ancillary services.
House of Eli to work with young men ages 17-21 to provide them the mentoring and tools to change their lives and become healthy and contributing members of society.
Making Dreams Real, Inc. to open a Medicare-designated mental health center.
New Life House to start a retention program that will give housing incentives to residents who graduate for their new home/apartment.
Oklahoma Dental Foundation to bring the MobileSmiles dental clinic to Bryan and Marshall Counties.
Southwestern Diabetic Foundation (Camp Sweeney) to provide a three-week residential diabetic life skills training program for children ages 5 to 19.
Texoma Behavioral Health Leadership Team to continue to support administrative staff for the TBHLT and to employ a national speaker for the third annual Community Behavioral Health Conference (CBHC).
Your Health Clinic (Callie Clinic) to improve access to HIV care to indigent and uninsured males who are HIV-positive and reside in Grayson County.

HEALTH PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION (INCREASE IN NURSING):

Grayson College Foundation to support nursing faculty to increase the number of registered nurses working in the service area and develop and retain the nursing workforce.