Texas Pride Impact Funds

Our 2019 Grant Recipients

Recipient organizations and projects come from smaller cities around the state including Corpus Christi, Eagle Pass and Lubbock as well as organizations serving multi-county regions in the urban centers of Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio.

Ways to Give

Individual generosity has been at the heart of the LGBTQ movement for equality and community building since the very earliest days and every single gift has changed our lives and our world. With your support, we are supporting work to achieve more livable Texas communities, in particular for our 930,000 LGBTQ citizens. We offer numerous ways to contribute including one-time and recurring gifts, the TPIF Donor program, Donor Advised Funds and various planned giving options.

Connecting Texas through LGBTQ Philanthropy

 

Texas Pride Impact Funds has three primary long term strategies to advance positive change for LGBTQ communities across Texas:  support organizations and innovative projects that address existing and emerging community needs, serve the needs and philanthropic aims of donors who wish to positively impact the LGBTQ community, and initiate collaboration among untapped donors and organizations to increase LGBTQ-inclusive programming. Imagine the possibilities of connecting and harnessing the philanthropic potential of the communities in San Antonio, Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, El Paso and beyond.

Texas Pride Impact Funds is a community foundation and our commitment is to the LGBTQ community of Texas and the broad diversity of the LGBTQ movement. Very few other foundations will fund LGBTQ nonprofits and programs, therefore it is vital that we support a wide variety of community needs. Please join us in our work to strengthen community organizations and their leaders, mobilize donors and funders, inspire giving, and actively secure our LGBTQ community’s future for generations to come. Our current funding priorities include health care, seniors, youth, employment, and social support. Intersectional projects and programs that address rural communities, communities of color and transgender persons will be given additional consideration as these LGBTQIA+ communities are known to have the greatest gaps in services and support.