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July 17, 2023

2023 generational learning grant recipients and upcoming workforce development grant cycle

$4.1M in grants to support working families

To support Texas communities, businesses and working families, Texas Mutual has awarded $4.1 million in grants to 62 organizations through its Request for Proposal (RFP) initiative focused on generational learning. Nonprofits were invited to apply between April 17 and May 26, and after an extensive review process, Texas Mutual selected 62 organizations across the state for their efforts in:

  • Improving the health and wellness of Texas workers and their families by providing access to quality care and health education
  • Strengthening the early childhood education system by ensuring child care providers have the resources needed to deliver access to affordable, quality education for Texas families
  • Providing holistic wrap around support for clients in addition to case management to ensure families have the resources they need to seize opportunities

See the full list of recipients below:

Central Texas

  • Any Baby Can of Austin Inc.
  • AVANCE-Austin
  • Communities in Schools of Central Texas
  • Farmshare Austin
  • Foundation Communities (Austin)
  • Jeremiah Program (Austin)
  • Lone Star Circle of Care (Georgetown)
  • The Andrew S. Roddick Foundation Inc. (Austin)
  • The Settlement Home for Children (Austin)
  • Todos Juntos Learning Center (Austin)
  • Turtle Wing Foundation (Schulenburg)

East Texas

  • United Way of Smith County

North Texas

  • Alliance For Children (Fort Worth)
  • AVANCE-North Texas
  • Bonton Enterprises (Dallas)
  • Cancer Care Services (Fort Worth)
  • Catch Up & Read (Dallas)
  • Center for Transforming Lives (Fort Worth)
  • Child and Family Guidance Center of Texoma
  • Child Care Associates (Fort Worth)
  • Easterseals North Texas
  • Family Pathfinders of Tarrant County Inc.
  • Jewish Family Service of Dallas Inc.
  • Jubilee Park & Community Center Corporation (Dallas)
  • KERA (Dallas/Fort Worth)
  • LVTRise (Fort Worth)
  • Mosaic Family Services (Dallas)
  • Ranch Hands Rescue (Argyle)
  • Samaritan Inn Inc. (McKinney)
  • Vogel Alcove (Dallas)
  • Women in Need of Generous Support (Dallas)

South Texas

  • Arthur Nagel Community Clinic Inc. (Bandera)
  • CASA of South Texas
  • Corpus Christi Hope House Inc.
  • Mission of Mercy Inc. (Corpus Christi)
  • San Antonio Development FORE Youth Inc.
  • San Antonio Metropolitan Ministry Inc.
  • Students of Service Inc. (San Antonio)
  • The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute for Texas
  • United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County
  • United Way of the Crossroads (Victoria)

Southeast Texas

  • Casa de Esperanza de los Ninos Inc. (Houston)
  • Chinese Community Center Inc. (Houston)
  • Houston Area Women’s Center
  • HYPE Freedom School Inc. (Pearland)
  • Nehemiah Center Inc. (Houston)
  • Santa Maria Hostel Inc. (Houston)
  • The Bridge Over Troubled Waters Inc. (Pasadena)
  • The Women’s Home (Houston)
  • United Way of Greater Houston
  • United Way of the Brazos Valley Inc.


  • First3Years
  • LiftFund Inc.
  • Rosa es Rojo Inc.
  • Wonders & Worries Inc.

West Texas

  • Amarillo Wesley Community Center Inc.
  • Buckner Children and Family Services
  • Communities In Schools of the Permian Basin
  • Communities In Schools of the South Plains
  • Early Learning Centers of Lubbock Inc.
  • El Paso Community Foundation
  • Lubbock Area United Way Inc.

To review grant applications, Texas Mutual trained over 70 employee volunteers to review applications based on several criteria, including evaluating each of the organizations for their work in the generational learning space and alignment with our commitment to build a stronger, safer Texas. Throughout our review, our community affairs team worked to ensure that our funding was distributed throughout the state and supported underserved communities.

Workforce development and safety training grants

Through our second RFP initiative this year, Texas Mutual will distribute an additional $4 million to Texas nonprofit organizations. Applications will open at 8 a.m. CDT on Monday, August 21, and will close at 11:59 p.m. CDT on Friday, September 29.

For this grant cycle, we’re looking for organizations focused on:

  • Training the current and future skilled workforce in safe work practices, especially in industries or occupations at higher risk for workplace accidents
  • Creating strong pathways for in-demand, middle-skill jobs
  • Upskilling and reskilling adult learners using earn-and-learn initiatives

Learn more about these RFP initiatives at and read the full press release here.