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Cars line up for food bank services in San Antonio
Courtesy of San Antonio Food Bank
Cars line up for food bank services in San Antonio
Courtesy of San Antonio Food Bank
Cars line up for food bank services in San Antonio
Courtesy of San Antonio Food Bank

President's Message

If I had written down my expectations on January 1, 2020, for my first year as president of The Meadows Foundation, dealing with a pandemic would not have cracked the top 100. That seems naïve now.

It's an understatement to say that last year was rough. There is no way you ended the year the same person who started it.

Like everyone, COVID-19 forced the Foundation to rethink what we were doing and shift our priorities. We had to quickly decide how to keep moving forward while adjusting to the enormous disruptions happening across all areas of our organization.

The Foundation's board and staff were able to maintain a healthy level of funding for our program areas and initiatives while also addressing COVID on multiple levels. We were able to fund immediate needs in housing, food, and health care. And, we planned for long-term statewide needs such as increased demand for mental health services and education support.

$5.3 Million in COVID & Disaster Grants
More than 60 grants were awarded to address the unexpected impacts of the pandemic and Hurricane Laura. From El Paso and the Rio Grande Valley to the Panhandle, North Texas, and East Texas, grants were distributed to organizations across Texas.

127% Increase in Matching Grants
We match donations made by the Meadows family, our Board, and our staff. Last year, the Board doubled the match due to the enormous needs created by COVID. The result was a 125% increase in matches totaling $361,989.

The Collaborative on Homelessness Created
The Foundation started a new conversation around homelessness in Dallas and Collin counties with a small group of funders. It is a complicated issue without easy answers. Even the most persistent among us can feel overwhelmed by the need.

We are grateful to our partners in this new group - Communities Foundation of Texas, The Dallas Foundation, Lyda Hill Philanthropies, Hoblitzelle Foundation, King Foundation, McCune Losinger Family Fund, and United Way of Metropolitan Dallas. They are all taking a chance on these new efforts with us and 2021 looks like we will move forward in a big way.

The sudden shift to remote work accelerated our plans to modernize and streamline operations without any staff reductions. Every Meadows employee has embraced and contributed to new ways of fulfilling our mission. A few even took on entirely new roles while the dust settled for which I am incredibly proud of them.

We also experienced our own personal loss when Mark Meadows passed away in June 2020. Mark was our founders' Al and Virginia Meadows' grandson. He was well-known for his trademark smile, sense of humor, and kindness. His deep affection for his family and the Foundation were second to none. In all, he served on the Foundation's Board for 14 years. The Mark Meadows Fund was established to fund grants for animal welfare and brain health - two areas of great interest to Mark - in honor of his dedication to his grandparents' mission to serve the people of Texas.

Mark Meadows

So, 2020 wasn't what I thought it was going to be. But, it did show why the people of Texas meant so much to Al and Virginia. There is nothing quite like the spirit and generosity of Texans.

It has been an honor to meet and work with those who share the Foundation's mission and are determined to make life better for all.

From the Meadows family, board, and staff - thank you.

Look out for each other and be well,

Peter M. Miller
President & CEO






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Human Services

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GranteePurposeAward Amount
African American Museum, Dallas, TexasMembership for 2020$5,000
Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TexasMembership for 2020$25,000
Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, TexasMembership for 2020$10,000
Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TexasToward support for the Meadows Scholars Program to recruit top students to the Meadows School of the Arts$10,000
Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TexasToward sustaining and building the Meadows School of the Arts and the Meadows Museum to standards of excellence (part of 10-year, $45 million grant awarded in 2015)$5,368,760
Stages, Houston, TexasToward virtual programming in response to COVID-19$150,000
TACA, Dallas, TexasToward emergency relief for Dallas art nonprofit organizations from the impacts of COVID-19$100,000


GranteePurposeAward Amount
Advance Together (a fund of The Dallas Foundation), Dallas, TexasToward launching pilot sites for a statewide economic accelerator$100,000
After8toEducate, Dallas, TexasToward support for an innovative model serving homeless youth in Dallas ISD$200,000
Austin Pets Alive, Austin, TexasToward a teaching facility for veterinarians and veterinary students interested in no-kill shelter medicine$75,000
Bat Conservation International, Austin, TexasToward combating a fungal disease threatening bat species$75,000
Bonton Farms (a fund of The Dallas Foundation), Dallas, TexasToward continuing a neighborhood feeding program based on farm-to-table fresh produce$70,000
Catchafire Foundation, New York, New YorkToward providing nonprofit organizations with access to virtual management assistance to adapt to new demands for technology and expertise to provide online services$157,500
Center for Public Policy Priorities, Austin, TexasToward expanding efforts related to protecting access to affordable health care in Texas$75,000
Child Poverty Action Lab, Dallas, TexasToward continued support of programs to reduce the number of Dallas children living in poverty$100,000
Children's Defense Fund-Texas, Bellaire, TexasToward continued support for an initiative to improve civic learning and engagement among Texas youth$75,000
The Conservation Fund, Austin, TexasToward preserving 3,361 acres for the Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge$100,000
Council on Foundations, Washington, DCMembership for 2020$25,000
Dallas Innovation Alliance, Dallas, TexasToward continued support for closing the digital divide in selected Dallas neighborhoods during COVID-19$70,000
Dallas Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation (a fund of Communities Foundation of Texas), Dallas, TexasToward building capacity to address racial healing and transformation in Dallas$150,000
DreamSpring, Albuquerque, New MexicoToward issuing loans to expand economic opportunity for minority entrepreneurs in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex$75,000
Groundwork Dallas, Dallas, TexasToward continued support for hands-on environmental services and conservation education for underserved youth$50,000
Hill Country Alliance, Dripping Springs, TexasToward expanding permanent land conservation for watershed protection in the Texas Hill Country$75,000
Houston Pets Alive, Houston, TexasToward increasing earned income opportunities to make up for COVID-19 revenue losses$124,000
iCivics, Cambridge, MassachusettsToward building an online civic learning resource platform during COVID-19$15,000
John Bunker Sands Wetland Center, Seagoville, TexasToward expanding an educational facility to increase and enhance water and wildlife conservation programs$75,000
Land Trust Alliance, Washington, DCToward increasing the capacity of Texas land trusts to conserve properties (awarded in 2019)$75,000
National Center for Family Philanthropy, Washington, DCMembership for 2020$10,000
National Wildlife Federation, Austin, TexasToward continuing the Texas Living Waters Project to promote sound water management policies and address climate change in Texas$200,000
Nature Conservancy, Austin, TexasToward addressing urban environmental challenges through nature-based solutions$75,000
Parks for Downtown Dallas, Dallas, TexasToward developing greenspace in Dallas’ West End$50,000
PeopleFund, Austin, TexasToward opening an office in Lubbock to finance minority, women, and low-income small business owners$50,000
Philanthropy Roundtable, Washington, DCMembership for 2020$5,000
Philanthropy Roundtable, Washington, DCToward continued support for the Alliance for Charitable Reform’s ongoing efforts to achieve a balanced approach to state and national reforms of the independent sector$25,000
Philanthropy Southwest, Dallas, TexasMembership for 2020$6,000
Spay Neuter Network, Crandall, TexasToward a diversion program to reduce intake and increase live-release rates at the Dallas Animal Shelter$75,000
Sustainable Food Center, Austin, TexasToward continued support of strategies and policies for changes in the food system and to provide technical assistance to small farms$85,000
Texas 2036, Dallas, TexasToward continued development of a long-term strategic plan to address the future social and economic needs of the state’s growing population (awarded in 2019)$1,000,000
Texas Agricultural Land Trust, San Antonio, TexasToward supporting the resiliency of Texas landscapes to drought, floods, and other impacts of climate change$50,000
Texas Environmental Grantmakers Group (a fund of Philanthropy Southwest), Dallas, TexasMembership for 2020$2,500
Texas State University, San Marcos, TexasToward increasing the research capacity of The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment to address climate change$500,000
Texas Trees Foundation, Dallas, TexasToward design and construction plans for the Southwestern Medical District Urban Streetscape Initiative (awarded in 2019)$160,000
Texas Tribune, Austin, TexasToward support for critical information regarding COVID-19$150,000
Texas Water Foundation, Austin, TexasToward a statewide water conservation awareness campaign$225,000
Texas Water Trade, Austin, TexasToward establishing water markets to protect and restore freshwater in rivers, bays, and estuaries in Texas$250,000
Trust for Public Land, Dallas, TexasToward developing a system of parks for southern Dallas$75,000
United Ways of Texas, Austin, TexasToward continuing to elevate the value of the nonprofit sector to local communities, the state’s economy, and their critical role in a just and equitable civil society$100,000
The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TexasToward identifying and recommending policies to facilitate net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 in a way that supports the Texas economy$150,000


GranteePurposeAward Amount
AVANCE, Inc., San Antonio, TexasToward expanding a home-based, child care provider training program to meet increased demand resulting from COVID-19$50,000
Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star, Irving, TexasToward support for virtual one-on-one mentoring for high-risk youth during COVID-19$75,000
Clayton Child Care, Fort Worth, TexasToward a social and emotional learning initiative to improve children's well-being and academic success$50,000
Collegiate Edu-Nation, Roscoe, TexasToward continued support of a new partnership to replicate college readiness practices in rural school districts$50,000
Commit2Dallas, Dallas, TexasToward continued support for a collective impact effort to improve educational outcomes in Dallas County$250,000
Communities In Schools of Greater Central Texas, Killeen, TexasToward bridge funding to provide educational support for at-risk students and dependents of active duty service members$50,000
Dallas Afterschool, Dallas, TexasToward social emotional learning interventions for out-of-school time providers in North Texas$20,000
Dallas College, Dallas, TexasToward founding a transformational educator preparation program and the largest school of education in the state$300,000
Dallas Morning News EdLab (a fund of Communities Foundation of Texas), Dallas, TexasToward launching community-funded journalism to expand and deepen coverage of public education$25,000
Dollars for College (a fund of Communities Foundation of Texas), Dallas, TexasToward continued support of a financial incentives program to increase college access for low-income families and students$45,000
E3 Alliance, Austin, TexasToward increasing student achievement across the education continuum resulting in increased postsecondary completion rates$100,000
Early Matters DISD Infrastructure Fund (a fund of The Dallas Foundation), Dallas, TexasToward continuing support for expanding high-quality pre-K services in Dallas$150,000
Educate Texas (a fund of Communities Foundation of Texas), Dallas, TexasToward improving teacher effectiveness and postsecondary completion rates in North Texas and the Rio Grande Valley$700,000
Education Opens Doors, Dallas, TexasToward continued support to increase postsecondary preparedness amongst middle school students through a virtual platform$50,000
Elementary Reading Collaborative (a fund of United Way of Metropolitan Dallas), Dallas, TexasToward support for a collaboration and expanding digital curriculum to increase literacy rates of students amidst school closures$125,000
Generation Citizen, New York, New YorkToward continued support to expand civic education in classrooms in Texas$100,000
Grantmakers for Education, Portland, OregonMembership for 2020$3,000
Instruction Partners, Nashville, TennesseeToward expanding teaching and learning support for rural school systems during COVID-19 pandemic$75,000
Internet for All (a fund of Commit2Dallas), Dallas, TexasToward increasing high-speed internet access to underserved households in Dallas County$100,000
Leadership ISD, Dallas, TexasToward expanding programs to reduce racial inequity and improve student achievement in selected school districts$50,000
Momentous Institute, Dallas, TexasToward continued support for integrating social emotional health curriculum and instruction in the Dallas Independent School District$75,000
Parker County Center of Hope, Weatherford, TexasToward renovating a building to combine five existing service delivery locations$50,000
Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD, Pharr, TexasToward continued support of a high-quality teacher preparation program$185,000
Teach for America, Dallas, TexasToward support for new educator preparation curriculum to increase classroom effectiveness during COVID-19$250,000
Teach Plus, Austin, TexasToward efforts to train North Texas teachers as advocates for effective education policy in relation to COVID-19$75,000
Texans Care For Children, Austin, TexasToward developing a set of indicators for a new definition of school readiness that will inform statewide policy$50,000
Texas 2036, Dallas, TexasToward phase-one cost of a public education study$50,000
Texas Association of Community Colleges, Austin, TexasToward developing and adopting new workforce and postsecondary credentials and certificates$231,000
The Texas Impact Network (a fund of Commit2Dallas), Dallas, TexasToward a statewide initiative to support and improve school districts through evidence-based practices$100,000
United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, Dallas, TexasToward initiating a home-visit program for families with newborns to support family and child health and prevent child abuse$75,000
The University of Texas at Austin for The Charles A. Dana Center, Austin, TexasToward support to expand corequisite mathematics education in Texas colleges and increase postsecondary completion rates$150,000
Urban Teachers, Dallas, TexasToward continued support for a program to prepare highly effective teachers in the Dallas area$150,000


GranteePurposeAward Amount
ACH Child and Family Services, Fort Worth, TexasToward facility renovations to provide residential care to foster care youth who have intensive behavioral health needs$150,000
Amarillo Area Foundation, Amarillo, TexasToward support of community response related to the impact of COVID-19$100,000
Arrow Child and Family Ministries, Spring, TexasToward increasing capacity to provide intensive behavioral health services to children in the Texas foster care system$150,000
Atascosa Health Center, Pleasanton, TexasToward building a new medical clinic to provide affordable medical, dental, and behavioral health services to Wilson County residents$25,000
Baylor Health Care System Foundation, Dallas, TexasToward support for an employee assistance fund for health care workers serving on the frontline in COVID-19$250,000
Children's Advocacy Centers of Texas, Austin, TexasToward contracting specialists to advise Texas affiliates during a period of increasing service demand and decreasing financial resources due to COVID-19$150,000
Children's Medical Center Foundation, Dallas, TexasToward providing mental health services via telehealth to children in foster care$100,000
City of Laredo Health Department, Laredo, TexasToward expanding a mobile integrated healthcare program for the uninsured and underinsured in Webb County especially during COVID-19$150,000
CitySquare, Dallas, TexasToward providing essential services for high-risk and vulnerable populations due to the COVID-1975,000
Episcopal Health Foundation (a fund of Austin Community Foundation), Houston, TexasToward administration of an emergency loan fund for community health clinics impacted by COVID-19$105,000
First3Years, Addison, TexasToward continued support for the Safe Babies program to reunify infants and toddlers in foster care with parents or family members$100,000
Haven For Hope of Bexar County, San Antonio, TexasToward continued support of daily operations in lieu of expenses at Hotel Valencia during in-person Board of Directors meeting in San Antonio.$12,000
High Plains Children’s Home and Family Service, Amarillo, TexasToward renovating and expanding shelter operations for abused and neglected children$50,000
Homeward Bound, Dallas, TexasToward reducing the mortgage on a facility that provides residential treatment and counseling services for indigent adults with substance abuse problems$100,000
The Immunization Partnership, Katy, TexasToward support for statewide advocacy and education initiatives to improve immunization rates in Texas$88,000
Integral Care, Austin, TexasToward continuing peer-support services for teens and young adults to ensure successful transition to the adult mental health care system (awarded in 2019)$144,000
Justice Forward, Houston, TexasToward a model for coordinating support services for offenders in the specialty court system to help them successfully re-enter community life$50,000
Knapp Medical Center, Weslaco, TexasToward support for frontline hospital staff needs during COVID-19$150,000
McKinsey COVID Study (a fund of Communities Foundation of Texas), Dallas, TexasToward developing a comprehensive and accurate plan for COVID-19 testing and contact tracing$100,000
The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute for Texas, Dallas, TexasToward providing incentive pay to the first hospital system to launch the North Texas depression initiative$250,000
The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute for Texas, Dallas, TexasTo endow the Linda Perryman Evans President’s Endowed Chair (awarded in 2019)$500,000
NAMI Texas, Austin, TexasToward supporting extra costs affiliates are incurring to provide leadership training, educational classes, and support groups to individuals with mental illness and their families as a result of COVID-19$75,000
National Domestic Violence Hotline, Austin, TexasToward supporting operations of the national referral and assistance service for domestic violence survivors as demand increases as a result of COVID-19$50,000
Parkland Health & Hospital System, Dallas, TexasToward programs to provide spiritual and emotional support to health care workers during COVID-19$128,000
Paso Del Norte Foundation, El Paso, TexasToward support of community response related to the impact of COVID-19$100,000
Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas, Dallas, TexasToward emergency operating support to offset the financial impact of COVID-19$50,000
Project MEND, San Antonio, TexasToward constructing a new facility to provide donated medical equipment to individuals with disabilities$50,000
San Angelo Area Foundation, San Angelo, TexasToward support of community response related to the impact of COVID-19$50,000
San Antonio Area Foundation, San Antonio, TexasToward support of community response related to the impact of COVID-19$100,000
San Antonio Clubhouse, San Antonio, TexasToward expanding the number of Clubhouse programs for adults with severe mental illness across Texas$75,000
Smith County Champions for Children, Tyler, TexasToward expanding mental health counseling to meet increased demand for services in East Texas$63,000
Southwestern Diabetic Foundation, Gainesville, TexasToward constructing a building for staff housing at Camp Sweeney$25,000
Southwestern Medical Foundation, Dallas, TexasToward integrating a depression screening platform and technical assistance into the first hospital system to launch the ending depression initiative$250,000
Southwestern Medical Foundation, Dallas, TexasToward developing an online patient registry tool for individuals receiving treatment for depression$250,000
Southwestern Medical Foundation, Dallas, TexasToward integrating a depression screening platform and technical assistance program into the North Texas hospital systems participating in an initiative to end untreated depression$250,000
Special Olympics Texas, Dallas, TexasToward expanding a program to improve the health of individuals with developmental disabilities in North Texas (awarded in 2019)$79,000
Texas Association of Community Health Centers, Austin, TexasToward emergency funding related to the COVID-19 crisis$200,000
Texas Behavioral Health Funders Collaborative (a fund of Austin Community Foundation), Austin, TexasToward annual membership$2,500
Texas CASA, Austin, TexasToward advocacy and education to improve outcomes for abused and neglected children during the 2021 Texas legislative session$90,000
Texas Center for Child and Family Studies, Austin, TexasToward a sub-grant fund to assist child welfare service providers across Texas affected by COVID-19$100,000
Texas Center for Child and Family Studies, Austin, TexasToward continued preparation for a community-based foster care system in North Texas$100,000
Texas Network of Youth Services, Austin, TexasToward a mini-grant fund to assist youth-serving organizations across Texas affected by COVID-19$100,000
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center - El Paso, El Paso, TexasToward providing mental wellness and counseling services for frontline healthcare workers and reducing the COVID-19 infection rate in El Paso county$210,000
TexProtects, Dallas, TexasToward reducing the risk of child abuse during COVID-19 and toward maintaining current levels of public funding for child welfare services$150,000
The University of Texas at Dallas - Callier Center, Dallas, TexasToward establishing a pilot pediatric hearing aid project in North Texas$50,000
West Texas Counseling & Guidance, San Angelo, TexasToward facility renovations to consolidate and expand mental health counseling services$50,000
Wichita Falls Area Community Foundation, Wichita Falls, TexasToward support of community response related to the impact of COVID-19$50,000


GranteePurposeAward Amount
Ability Connection, Dallas, TexasToward renovating and refurbishing group homes for individuals with disabilities$50,000
American Red Cross, North Texas Region, Dallas, TexasToward disaster relief services to Hurricane Laura victims in Southeast Texas$50,000
The ARC of Texas, Austin, TexasToward continuing advocacy efforts on behalf of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities involved with the criminal justice system$50,000
Bastrop County Emergency Food Pantry, Bastrop, Texas Toward emergency operating support to meet increased demand for services due to COVID-19$50,000
Belknap Ministries, Dallas, TexasToward renovating a new facility to expand food services and other assistance programs$50,000
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Coastal Bend, Corpus Christi, TexasToward providing after-school programming to clubs serving a rural region$43,000
Cafe Momentum, Dallas, TexasToward emergency funding needed due to COVID-19$100,000
Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley, San Juan, TexasToward providing internet connection for students returning to school virtually due to COVID-19$75,000
Children's Medical Center Foundation, Dallas, TexasToward providing additional child care support for frontline health care workers during COVID-19$25,000
Community Healthcare of Texas, Fort Worth, TexasToward safety and child care stipends for healthcare workers due to COVID-19$25,000
Coronavirus Response & Recovery Fund (a fund of United Way of Metropolitan Dallas), Dallas, TexasToward support of the North Texas community and emergency response related to the impact of COVID-19$150,000
Diocesan Migrant and Refugee Services, El Paso, TexasToward expanding ability to represent immigrants in deportation proceedings during COVID-19$56,000
Family Place, Dallas, TexasToward increased operating expenses and loss of revenues due to COVID-19$50,000
Family Violence Prevention Services, San Antonio, TexasToward constructing a shelter for the pets of victims of domestic violence$50,000
Feeding Texas, Austin, TexasToward meeting increased demand for food during the COVID-19 health crisis$53,000
Feeding Texas, Austin, TexasToward meeting increased demand for food during the COVID-19 health crisis$250,000
Foundation Communities, Austin, TexasToward constructing a multi-family permanent supportive housing unit with onsite services to assist low-income individuals with mental and physical health issues and the chronically homeless$150,000
Get Shift Done Fund (a fund of Communities Foundation of Texas), Dallas, TexasToward support for workers and nonprofits impacted by COVID-19$100,000
Homeless Network of Texas, Austin, TexasToward creating a statewide data system to better serve homeless individuals across the state$50,000
The Human Impact, Dallas, TexasToward additional staff to mentor homeless adults$5,000
Hunt Memorial Hospital District, Greenville, TexasToward assistance for first responders and frontline healthcare employees in rural north Texas$25,000
JPS Foundation, Fort Worth, TexasToward healthcare worker relief fund$25,000
The Meadows Foundation Partnership Fund (a fund of Communities Foundation of Texas), Dallas, TexasToward ending homelessness in Dallas$100,000
The Meadows Foundation Partnership Fund (a fund of Communities Foundation of Texas), Dallas, TexasTo create The Meadows Foundation Partnership Fund at the Communities Foundation (awarded in 2019)$10,000
Mommies In Need, Dallas, TexasToward establishing a hospital-based child care facility for children of high-risk patients attending medical appointments$133,000
My Possibilities, Plano, TexasTowards enhancing online programming and developing a coaching program for adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities$100,000
North Texas Food Bank, Plano, TexasToward emergency funding related to the COVID-19 crisis$200,000
Open Arms, Dallas, TexasToward operating support for program serving children with special health needs impacted by COVID-19$25,000
OurCalling, Dallas, TexasToward increased demand for homeless services during the COVID-19 health crisis$50,000
PCA Mission to North America, Lawrenceville, GeorgiaToward creating a central hub to equip and dispatch teams to serve victims of disasters in Texas$50,000
Presbyterian Night Shelter of Tarrant County, Fort Worth, TexasToward emergency operating funds to respond to COVID-19$75,000
The Salvation Army - Texas Divisional Headquarters, Dallas, TexasToward disaster relief services to Hurricane Laura victims in Southeast Texas$50,000
San Antonio Food Bank, San Antonio, TexasToward expanding facilities to increase food preparation$100,000
Shelter Ministries of Dallas, Dallas, TexasToward constructing new facilities to expand services for homeless and at-risk individuals$100,000
Soul's Harbor, Dallas, TexasToward COVID-19 cleaning supplies and food$5,000
Texas Baptist Men, Dallas, TexasToward disaster relief services to Hurricane victims in the Southeast Texas$50,000
Texas Health Resources Foundation, Arlington, TexasToward child care support for frontline healthcare workers during COVID-19$50,000
Texas Muslim Women's Foundation, Plano, TexasToward increased operating expenses associated with COVID-19$50,000
Texas Rural Funders (a fund of Waco Foundation), Waco, TexasTo support a consortium of Texas funders focused on the needs of rural communities$80,000
Under 1 Roof, Dallas, TexasToward increased operating expenses due to COVID-19 to serve homeless women and their children$25,000
Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County, Fort Worth, TexasToward a mixed-use facility featuring 104 apartment units benefiting very low-income and homeless individuals$100,000
Uplift Education, Dallas, TexasToward providing onsite schooling and child care for the most vulnerable students and families during COVID-19$50,000
Visiting Nurse Association of Texas, Dallas, TexasToward emergency funding related to the COVID-19 crisis$100,000
YMCA of Central Texas, Waco, TexasToward emergency operating support due to COVID-19$71,000
YWCA San Antonio, San Antonio, TexasToward piloting site-based childcare and education for children of parents who are required to work onsite during the pandemic$50,000




Roberts A. Meadows

Chairman of the Board of Trustees
Trustee & Director

Eric Meadows

Trustee & Director

Milly Ritzen Crawford

Trustee & Director

Linda Perryman Evans

Trustee & Director

John Meadows


Karen Leigh Meadows

Trustee & Director

Mark A. Meadows

Trustee & Director


Peter M. Miller

Trustee and Director

Kimberly Morris


Dawn Culbertson Peterson

Trustee & Director

George Ritzen


David M. Rosenberg

Trustee & Director

Joel Williams III

Trustee & Director

Andrew Wilson

Trustee & Director


Peter M. Miller

President & Chief Executive Officer

Laura Bowers

Corporate Secretary & Assistant to the President

Bruce H. Esterline

Senior Vice President for Strategic Initiatives & Grants

Deborah Fitzpatrick

Vice President of Human Resources & Administration

Thomas R. Gale

Vice President & Chief Investment Officer

Paula N. Herring

Vice President & Treasurer

Robert A. Meadows

Vice President


John W. Broadfoot

Judy B. Culbertson

Sally R. Lancaster

Curtis W. Meadows Jr.

Sally Cheney Miller

Dorothy Cheney Wilson


Brandon Abbott

Information Systems Specialist III

Carol Brabham

Investments Administrative Assistant

Luxor Brothers

Investment Analyst

Deborah Carpenter


Ivan Carrizales

Property Assistant

Danny Chandler

Directory of Security & Risk Management

Cami Farley

Facilities & Conference Center Manager

Alison Flener


Tanya Fludd

Conference Center Receptionist

Kimberly Flynn

Grants Executive Assistant

Amanda Fransham

Program Associate

Polly Garza

Grants Senior Administrative Assistant

Patricia Glasgow

Finance Operations Manager

Charles Glover

Senior Program Officer

John Hardy

HVAC Technician

Bridgette Harper

Administration Executive Assistant

Donald C. Hawkland

Property Security Assistant

Steven Herrera

Property Assistant

Regina Joseph


Mary Jud

Executive Suites Program Coordinator

Michael K. McCoy

Senior Program Officer

Deanna Miller

Director of Information Technology

Peter M. Miller

President & CEO

Destiny Nash

Meeting Coordinator

Meghan Parry

Communications Manager

Cindy M. Patrick

Senior Program Officer

Raymond Pecchioni

Property Assistant

Frank Quintero

Property Assistant

Heather Roberts

Meeting Coordinator

Betty Roddy

Grants Administrative Assistant

Helge Rokenes

Director of Investments

Danny Schluter

Property Assistant

Kathy Smith

Senior Program Officer

Rosie Sosa

Grants Senior Administrative Assistant

Gayle Stoumbaugh

Investments Executive Assistant

Catherine Stringer

Accounting & Finance Manager

Alfonso Telesca

Facilities Coordinator

John D. Wagner

Systems Analyst

Myron Werkmeister

Director of Property Management