February 24, 2021

See where we delivered grants to help address COVID-19, workforce development initiatives and more

Texas Mutual is committed to delivering on our vision of building a stronger, safer Texas through our community program, TXM for Texas. Our financial strength has allowed us to act quickly in response to recent crises and we are proud to continue our commitment to Texas communities during these challenging times. We have been working hard to distribute funding to support organizations doing impactful work across the state.

$100,000 to support winter storm relief efforts

As Texans come together to support each other amid the winter weather crisis, we are working to do our part as well. Texas Mutual is in the process of distributing funds to six organizations providing winter storm relief as many fellow Texans are without basic needs such as habitable shelter, food and water. 

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$875,000 to organizations addressing economic issues

As the state’s leading workers’ comp provider, we know the importance of a stronger workforce. To support our mission of building a stronger, safer Texas, we’re proud to stand with partners who are focused on workforce development. 

See the workforce development grant recipients

Additional $2 million to nonprofits on the frontlines

When the pandemic first reached Texas back in March, we committed $2 million to 47 organizations across the state. Texas Mutual has since donated an additional $2 million to support nonprofit organizations critical to COVID-19 relief and recovery efforts. We recognized the need to do even more and spent the last several months researching and evaluating needs across the state to make the biggest impact. This second round of funding was distributed in December to 70 organizations working on the frontline to mitigate the impact of the pandemic within their communities. 

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$200,000 to emergency service organizations for financial relief

In partnership with Volunteer Firemen’s Insurance Services of Texas (VFIS of Texas), Texas Mutual has funded two separate grant programs, $200,000 for a financial relief program and $300,000 focused on health and wellness. Together with VFIS, financial relief grants were distributed to 84 emergency service organizations, mostly in rural areas across the state. Since these organizations are not able to conduct their typical fundraisers due to COVID-19, they are facing critical funding needs. We are honored to help provide some much-needed relief to ensure those stations can continue providing emergency services in those hard to reach areas.

See the emergency service organization financial relief grant recipients

Winter storm donation recipients

  • Austin Area Urban League Emergency Relief
  • Austin Disaster Relief Network
  • Coalition for the Homeless (Houston)
  • Haven for Hope (San Antonio)
  • Salvation Army Dallas
  • Salvation Army Lubbock

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Workforce development grant recipients

  • Citizens For Educational Excellence
  • Educate Texas
  • Advance Together 
  • UpSkill Houston
  • Texas Restaurant Association Education Foundation
  • TRIO Education 
  • Texas State Technical College Foundation
  • Workforce Solutions BorderPlex
  • Workforce Solutions Capital Area

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Second round COVID-19 grant recipients

  • Advance Together
  • Air Force Village Foundation
  • Austin Latino Coalition
  • Austin Lighthouse
  • Avance
  • BakerRipley
  • Boys & Girls Club of Austin
  • Boys & Girls Club of Houston
  • Bridge Over Troubled Waters
  • Buckner's Children's Home
  • Cafe Momentum
  • Cal Farley's Boy's Ranch
  • Center for Educational Excellence
  • Child Inc.
  • Childcare Associates
  • Christian School at Castle Hills
  • Communities in Schools Austin
  • Communities in Schools Laredo
  • Communities in Schools Permian Basin
  • Covenant Hospital Foundation
  • Council on Regional Economic Expansion and Educational Development
  • UT Dell Medical School
  • San Antonio Digital Inclusion Alliance
  • E3 Alliance
  • United Way of Greater Austin
  • Educate Texas
  • Southwest Schools
  • Garth House
  • Greater Houston Opportunity Youth Collaborative
  • Harold's House
  • Heal the City 
  • Houston Area Urban League
  • Hungry Souls
  • Imagine A Way
  • Irving Schools Foundation
  • Kalin's Center
  • Laredo College Foundation
  • Laredo ISD Foundation
  • Lubbock Children’s Health Clinic
  • Lydia Patterson Institute
  • Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute
  • Mobile Loaves & Fishes
  • Notley Ventures
  • Parenting Cottage
  • Paso del Norte Health Foundation
  • Educate Texas- Pathways for Advancing Youth Apprenticeship
  • PTSD Foundation
  • Rainbow Days
  • Recovery Resources
  • RGV Focus
  • Ronald McDonald House Charities of Dallas
  • SA Works
  • Shelby County Children’s Advocacy Center
  • South Plains Food Bank
  • Southeast Texas Food Bank
  • Star of Hope
  • Texarkana Children’s Advocacy Center
  • Texas Restaurant Association Education Foundation
  • Texas State Technical College
  • RGV Focus
  • TRIO Education
  • Texas State Technical College
  • United Way Greater Houston
  • United Way of Metro Dallas
  • United Way of San Antonio
  • University Medical Center Foundation
  • University of Texas at Tyler
  • Wilkinson Center
  • Workforce Solutions Alamo
  • YWCA Lubbock

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Emergency service organization financial relief grant recipients

  • 989 North Volunteer Fire Department
  • Angleton Area Emergency Medical Corps
  • Apple Springs Volunteer Fire Department (VFD)
  • Aquilla VFD
  • Arbala VFD
  • Bardwell Area VFD
  • Bastrop County Emergency Services District Number 1
  • Bellevue VFD
  • Ben Bolt VFD
  • Brinker Volunteer Fire Rescue Department
  • Brookshire Fire Rescue  
  • CareFlite
  • Cat Spring VFD
  • Center Hill VFD
  • Central Emergency Medical Service Inc.
  • Central High Rural VFD
  • Chatfield VFD
  • China Grove Fire & Rescue
  • City of Joshua Fire Department
  • Coke/Pleasant Grove VFD
  • Cottonwood Shores VFD Inc.
  • Crowell VFD Inc.
  • DCBE/Acton VFD
  • Eula Volunteer Fire Department
  • Faught Community Center VFD
  • Friendswood VFD Inc.
  • Frost VFD
  • Garrett Area Rural VFD
  • Grand Saline VFD
  • Hall County EMS
  • Hilltop Lakes VFD Inc.
  • Hudson VFD Inc.
  • Kingtown VFD
  • Lake Coleman VFD
  • Lake Palo Pinto VFD
  • Littlefield VFD
  • Loco-Valley VFD
  • Menard VFD
  • Menard VFD
  • Mertens VFD
  • Murchison VFD
  • New Ulm VFD
  • North Zulch VFD
  • Novice VFD
  • Nueces County ESD #2
  • Petrolia VFD
  • Pipe Creek VFD Inc.
  • Ponderosa VFD
  • Ponderosa VFD
  • Powderly VFD
  • Prairie View Volunteer Firefighting Association
  • Promontory Park VFD
  • Pursley VFD
  • Raisin VFD
  • Randolph VFD
  • Ravenna VFD
  • Round Mountain VFD Inc.
  • Sabinal EMS Inc.
  • San Felipe Frydek VFD
  • Sandy Harbor VFD
  • Shallowater Fire Department
  • South Polk County VFD
  • South Van Zandt VFD
  • SouthWest Bell County VFD
  • Sugar Hill VFD
  • Taft VFD
  • Tarpley VFD
  • Tennessee Colony VFD
  • Travis County Emergency Services District #7
  • Travis County ESD 7
  • Tri County Emergency Medical Services Inc.
  • Trinidad VFD
  • Valley View VFD
  • Vashti VFD
  • Volunteer Fire Department of North Shore
  • West Carlisle VFD Inc.
  • Westminster VFD
  • White Oak VFD
  • Whiteface VFD
  • Wild Peach VFD
  • Willow City Volunteer Fire & Rescue Inc.
  • Wilson County Emergency Services District #2
  • Winnie Stowell Volunteer Emergency Medical Service
  • Woodsboro Fire Department

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