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Message From Our President

2019 was the end of an era at The Meadows Foundation.

After 26 years as president and CEO, my cousin Linda Perryman Evans retired on December 31. After I was elected by the Board of Directors to succeed Linda, I was able to spend six months with her to transition roles. I thoroughly enjoyed our time together. It helped me to understand the challenges I have in front of me and what a wonderful job Linda has done.

Linda is a thoughtful, mission-driven leader. She is a loyal guardian - of people, of animals, of Texas.

Our 2019 grantmaking is a great example of Linda’s deep and involved leadership. Her legacy will only grow with time, and I want to thank her for a job well done.

Looking Forward

We are well into 2020 and living in a world that is bringing us change on a daily basis. I can’t predict how the current pandemic ends or its long-term impacts. However, I do believe we will figure it out together and find ways to take care of each other.

Over the last year, I have had the opportunity to talk with many of the Foundation’s grantees, philanthropic partners, and employees as well as members of the Meadows family and board, and numerous policymakers.

These conversations have reminded me of the importance of the work that is done at The Meadows Foundation, work that was started with my great aunt and uncle, Virginia and Algur Meadows over 75 years ago. More than $1.26 billion has been granted to nonprofit organizations throughout the state to benefit the people of Texas.

I am proud of what my family and the staff at The Meadows Foundation has accomplished, and I look forward to the challenges ahead.

Sincerely,

Peter M. Miller
President and CEO

Grants

Total Grants, Collaborative Projects
& Program-Related Investments

Total Number of Grants Awarded

$32.5

Million

2019

$1.26

Billion

Since 1948

159



2019

8,550



Since 1948


Awards by Program Area

2019

Arts & Culture

Civic & Public Affairs

Education

Health

Human Services



since 1948

Arts & Culture

Civic & Public Affairs

Education

Health

Human Services


Awards by Location

2019


Grants Awarded & Paid in 2019

Arts & Culture
African American Museum

Dallas

$5,000

Membership for 2019

Arts & Culture
The Art Center of Waco

Waco

$100,000

Toward creating The Arts Center and Museum of Art complex

Arts & Culture
Dallas Museum of Art

Dallas

$25,000

Membership for 2019

Arts & Culture
Dallas Theater Center

Dallas

$50,000

Toward continued support to engage underrepresented Dallas communities in the performing arts


Arts & Culture
Fort Stockton Community Theater

Fort Stockton

$50,000

Toward building a new theatre and renovating the current building as a multipurpose community facility

Arts & Culture
Johnson County Heritage Foundation

Cleburne1

$30,000

Toward restoring a historic home to serve as an additional tourist attraction to the Chisholm Trail Outdoor Museum site

Arts & Culture
Magik Children Theatre for The Magik Theatre

San Antonio

$50,000

Toward upgrades to make the theatre accessible and safe for children, including those with special needs and their family members

Arts & Culture
Nasher Sculpture Center

Dallas

$10,000

Membership for 2019


Arts & Culture
Rockport Center for the Arts

Rockport

$100,000

Toward the construction of a new arts facility

Arts & Culture
Southern Methodist University, Meadows School of the Arts

Dallas

$3,550,076

Toward sustaining and building the Meadows School of the Arts and the Meadows Museum to standards of excellence (part of a 10-year, $45 million grant awarded in 2015)

Arts & Culture
Southern Methodist University, Meadows School of the Arts

Dallas

$10,000

Toward support for the Meadows Scholars Program to recruit top students to the Meadows School of the Arts

Arts & Culture

Taylor Conservation and Historical Society

Taylor

$70,000

Toward constructing a building to preserve African American history and serve as a community center


Civic & Public Affairs
American Forests

Washington, DC

$100,000

Toward restoring thornscrub forests in the Rio Grande Valley

Civic & Public Affairs
Children's Defense Fund-Texas

Austin

$75,000

Toward continued support for an initiative to improve civic learning and engagement among Texas youth

Civic & Public Affairs
North Texas Asset Funders Network

Dallas

$15,000

Toward promoting economic opportunity and financial security for low- and moderate-income Texans (a fund of Communities Foundation of Texas)

Civic & Public Affairs

Communities Foundation of Texas

Dallas

$50,000

Toward supporting Giving Day to encourage private donations to nonprofit organizations in North Texas


Civic & Public Affairs

Communities Foundation of Texas

Dallas

$200,000

Toward providing support to local public awareness efforts to ensure a full and accurate statewide count in the 2020 Census

Civic & Public Affairs

Communities Foundation of Texas

Dallas

$10,000

Toward creating The Meadows Foundation Partnership Fund

Civic & Public Affairs
Connected Nation

Bowling Green, Kentucky

$200,000

Toward increasing access to broadband technology in rural Texas communities

Civic & Public Affairs
Council on Foundations

Washington, DC

$23,100

Membership for 2019


Civic & Public Affairs
Dallas Innovation Alliance

Dallas

$35,000

Toward a mobile internet lab for south, southeast, and west Dallas neighborhoods

Civic & Public Affairs
Dallas Spay Neuter Project ,The Big Fix for Big D

Dallas

$250,000

Toward continuing support for a spay and neuter program to enable Dallas to become a no-kill city (a fund of The Dallas Foundation)

Civic & Public Affairs
After 8 to Educate

Dallas

$200,000

Toward providing shelter, education, and physical and mental health services to homeless youth (a fund of Social Venture Partner Dallas)

Civic & Public Affairs
DreamSpring

Albuquerque, New Mexico

$50,000

Toward issuing loans to expand economic opportunity for minority entrepreneurs in Dallas


Civic & Public Affairs
Environment Texas Research and Policy Center

Austin

$40,000

Toward continued support for managing stormwater through green infrastructure

Civic & Public Affairs
Enviromental Defense Fund

New York, New York

$100,000

Toward enabling groundwater conservation districts to manage aquifers to meet Texas' long-term water needs more effectively

Civic & Public Affairs
Every Texan Center for Public Policy Priorities

Austin

$175,000

Toward support to coordinate public awareness efforts to ensure a full and accurate statewide count in the 2020 Census

Civic & Public Affairs
Groundwork Dallas

Dallas

$75,000

Toward continued support for hands-on environmental services and conservation education for underserved youths


Civic & Public Affairs
Junior League of Dallas Centennial Endowment Foundation

Dallas

$50,000

Toward matching funds for an endowment to support volunteer training

Civic & Public Affairs
JUST Community

Austin

$100,000

Toward expanding a micro-enterprise loan fund for low-income female entrepreneurs in Dallas

Civic & Public Affairs
Land Trust Alliance

Washington, DC

$75,000

Toward increasing the capacity of Texas land trusts to conserve properties

Civic & Public Affairs
Longview Arboretum and Nature Center

Longview

$50,000

Toward constructing the Longview Arboretum and Nature Center as an ecologically sustainable city park


Civic & Public Affairs
The National Center for Appropriate Technology

San Antonio

$50,000

Toward continued support to improve land and water resources in the Guadalupe, Pedernales, and Blanco river basins

Civic & Public Affairs
National Center for Family Philanthropy

Washington, DC

$10,000

Membership for 2019

Civic & Public Affairs
Nonprofit Management Center of the Permian Basin

Midland

$3,000

Toward a philanthropic roundtable event for rural nonprofit leaders

Civic & Public Affairs
Operation Kindness

Carrollton

$100,000

Toward facilities improvements to expand medical care for cats and dogs in Texas


Civic & Public Affairs

Paso Del Norte Foundation

El Paso

$25,000

Toward Giving Day to encourage private donations to nonprofit organizations in El Paso

Civic & Public Affairs
Philanthropy Roundtable

Washington, DC

$5,000

Membership for 2019

Civic & Public Affairs
Philanthropy Southwest

Dallas

$6,000

Membership for 2019

Civic & Public Affairs

Primarily Primates

San Antonio

$25,000

Toward completing habitat renovations to allow public visitation


Civic & Public Affairs
San Antonio Pets Alive

San Antonio

$100,000

Toward staff positions to support a new development strategy for organizational sustainability

Civic & Public Affairs
Sierra Club Foundation for Sierra Club, Lone Star Chapter

Oakland, California

$70,000

Toward a clean-energy initiative focused on Texas utilities and cities

Civic & Public Affairs
Sul Ross State University

Alpine

$100,000

Toward supporting conservation efforts in the Big Bend region

Civic & Public Affairs
Sustainable Food Center

Austin

$63,000

Toward developing a program to promote strategies and policies for changes in the food system and to provide technical assistance to small farms


Civic & Public Affairs
Texas 2036

Dallas

$1,000,000

Toward continued development of a long-term strategic plan to address the future social and economic needs of the state's growing population

Civic & Public Affairs

Texas 4-H Youth Development Foundation

College Station

$20,000

Toward continuing a program to increase water education and leadership skills of high school students

Civic & Public Affairs
Texas Campaign for the Environment Fund

Austin

$60,000

Toward continued support for a public education program to increase the recycling rates for multifamily buildings and businesses in the Dallas-Fort Worth area

Civic & Public Affairs
Texas Conservation Alliance

Dallas

$100,000

Toward a public information campaign related to additional state funding for maintaining state parks


Civic & Public Affairs
Texas Environmental Grantmakers Group

Dallas

$2,500

Membership for 2019 in Texas Environmental Grantmakers Group (a fund of Philanthropy Southwest)

Civic & Public Affairs
National Wildlife Federation

Austin

$300,000

Toward continuing the National Wildlife Federation’s Texas Living Waters Project to promote sound water management policies and practices in Texas

Civic & Public Affairs
Texas Trees Foundation

Dallas

$160,000

Toward design and construction plans for the Southwestern Medical District Urban Streetscape Initiative

Civic & Public Affairs
Texas Tribune

Austin

$250,000

Toward a multiyear initiative to build organizational capacity, enhance technology, and expand readership


Civic & Public Affairs
Texas Valley Communities Foundation

Mercedes

$30,000

Toward matching funds to support the ongoing training and development of healthcare professionals in the Rio Grande Valley

Civic & Public Affairs
Texas Water Foundation

Austin

$100,000

Toward developing the capacity to focus diverse advocacy groups on effective water-management policies

Civic & Public Affairs
United Ways of Texas

Austin

$80,000

Toward supporting local outreach efforts to ensure a full and accurate statewide count in the 2020 Census

Civic & Public Affairs
The University of Texas at Austin, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs

Austin

$55,800

Toward a study of the potential for increasing solar energy resources


Civic & Public Affairs
Waterloo Greenway

Austin

$50,000

Toward developing Waterloo Park as a part of a chain of urban parks and trails along the Waller Creek watershed

Education
AVANCE, Inc.

San Antonio

$50,000

Toward support of a phased approach to improve the quality of early childhood services provided by home-based providers

Education
Bachman Lake Together

Dallas

$175,000

Toward continued support to start-up a child and family center to improve school readiness for every child in the Bachman Lake area (a fund of The Dallas Foundation)

Education
Big Thought

Dallas

$75,000

Toward continued support for a summer education program to improve postsecondary readiness


Education
Breakthrough

Austin

$60,000

Toward design and launch of a pilot program to help increase postsecondary completion rates in Central Texas

Education
Catch the Next

Austin

$120,000

Toward expanding programs to increase the postsecondary completion rates for Latino and first-generation students

Education

Center for Reform of School Systems

Houston

$75,000

Toward support for a statewide training institute for newly elected school board members

Education
Child Care Group

Dallas

$125,000

Toward continued support in developing a dual-generation program to address the issue of child poverty in Dallas


Education

City Year

Dallas

$100,000

Toward increasing the number of college- and career-ready graduates in the Dallas Independent School District

Education
Collegiate Edu-Nation

Roscoe

$80,000

Toward developing an innovative, new partnership to replicate college-readiness practices in rural school districts

Education
Commit!

Dallas

$250,000

Toward continued support for a collective impact effort to improve educational outcomes in Dallas County

Education
Dallas Afterschool

Dallas

$10,000

Toward a digital content management system to improve after school services in Dallas


Education
Early Matters Dallas

Dallas

$150,000

Toward continuing support for expanding high-quality pre-K services in Dallas (a fund of The Dallas Foundation)

Education

Educate Texas

Dallas

$500,000

Toward continued support of a long-range plan to improve high school graduation and postsecondary completion rates (an initiative of Communities Foundation of Texas)

Education
Education Opens Doors

Dallas

$100,000

Toward continued support to prepare middle school students for postsecondary success through virtual programming

Education
Grantmakers for Education

Portland, Oregon

$3,000

Membership for 2019


Education
June Shelton School and Evaluation Center

Dallas

$100,000

Toward construction of a new campus

Education

Momentous Institute

Dallas

$75,000

Toward continued support for the integration of social-emotional health curriculum and instruction in the Dallas Independent School District

Education
Moody Early Childhood Center

Galveston

$100,000

Toward support for an innovative early childhood in-district charter school in Texas

Education
Quality of Life Foundation of Austin

Austin

$50,000

Toward improving postsecondary completion and workforce outcomes in Travis County


Education
RELAY Graduate School of Education

New York, New York

$150,000

Toward continuing to expand a competency-based training program to prepare highly effective public-school teachers in Dallas and Fort Worth

Education
Su Casa de Esperanza

Pharr

$78,000

Toward construction of a new early childhood development center

Education
Teach for America

Dallas

$250,000

Toward continued support to expand the impact of Teach for America alumni across Texas

Education
Teach Plus

Austin

$100,000

Toward continuing efforts to train North Texas teachers to be advocates for effective education policy at state and local levels


Education
Teaching Trust

Dallas

$150,000

Toward expanding training for school leaders in the Dallas Independent School District

Education
Temple University for the #RealCollege Convening

Houston

$15,000

Toward support for a statewide conference to develop and disseminate strategies to increase postsecondary access, affordability, and completion in Texas

Education

Texas A&M Foundation

College Station

$117,000

Toward expanding an initiative to increase the postsecondary enrollment and completion rates of students in rural areas

Education
United to Learn

Dallas

$75,000

Toward continued expansion of formal partnerships between public and private schools to increase literacy rates among low-income students in Dallas


Education
United Way of Metropolitan Dallas

Dallas

$75,000

Toward continued support to promote healthier lifestyles and increased academic performance among low-income students

Education

Urban Teachers

Dallas

$150,000

Toward continued support to start-up an educator-preparation residency program to prepare highly effective teachers in the Dallas area

Health
Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas

San Antonio

$150,000

Toward bridge funding to provide mentoring services to children and youth with incarcerated parents

Health
The Bridge

Dallas

$150,000

Toward creating a therapy program for homeless individuals with intensive mental health needs


Health
Child Advocates of Fort Bend

Richmond

$100,000

Toward renovating a facility to expand advocacy and support services for sexually abused children

Health

ChildSafe

San Antonio

$100,000

Toward constructing a new facility to serve abused and neglected children

Health
Dallas 24 Hour Club

Dallas

$75,000

Toward adding staff to provide services to adults in recovery from substance use disorders

Health
El Paso Child Guidance Center

El Paso

$100,000

Toward additional support to build organizational capacity to provide mental health services to children and their families as demand increases


Health
El Paso Child Guidance Center

El Paso

$100,000

Toward mental health services during the aftermath of the recent El Paso shootings

Health

Ending Community Homelessness Coalition

Austin

$150,000

Toward continued support for an innovative, permanent supportive-housing model to serve homeless individuals who are high utilizers of public services

Health
Family Health Center

Waco

$50,000

Toward increasing mental health services for low-income individuals in Waco

Health
Grant Halliburton Foundation

Dallas

$53,000

Toward upgrading a searchable database on mental health resources and providers in North Texas


Health
Haven For Hope of Bexar County

San Antonio

$200,000

Toward continuing support for permanent supportive housing for homeless individuals, including those with severe mental illness

Health
Heart House

Dallas

$50,000

Toward continued support of social-emotional educational programs for refugee and underprivileged children

Health
Hope Clinic of McKinney

McKinney

$24,000

Toward building renovations to expand free medical care and mental health services to low-income residents of McKinney

Health
Hospice of Wichita Falls

Wichita Falls

$50,000

Toward constructing a new, inpatient care center and updating facilities to end-of-life care of patients and their families


Health
The Immunization Partnership

Katy

$100,000

Toward continued support for statewide advocacy and education initiatives to improve immunization rates in Texas

Health

Integral Care

Austin

$144,000

Toward continuing peer-support services for teens and young adults to ensure successful transition to the adult mental healthcare system

Health
Magdalen House

Dallas

$50,000

Toward renovating a facility to expand services to women recovering from alcoholism

Health
The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute for Texas

Dallas

$4,000,000

Toward continued support of a statewide mental health policy institute designed to improve the mental health system of Texas (part of five-year, $10 million grant awarded in 2017)


Health
The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute for Texas

Dallas

$1,000,000

To endow the Linda Perryman Evans President's Endowed Chair

Health
MHMR Visions for MHMR of Tarrant County

Fort Worth

$100,000

Toward connecting rural high-risk families to services that reduce the likelihood of abuse and neglect among young children

Health

Muslim Community Center for Human Services

Richland Hills

$31,000

Toward adding a telepsychiatry program for low-income clients

Health
NAMI Central Texas

Austin

$50,000

Toward expanding programs benefitting individuals with mental illness in rural communities in Central Texas


Health
NAMI North Texas

Dallas

$28,000

Toward expanding educational programs and support groups for individuals with mental illness and their families in Denton and Collin counties

Health
NewDay Services for Children & Family

Fort Worth

$25,000

Toward expanding parenting programs to fathers and mothers whose children are at risk of removal or have been removed by Child Protective Services

Health

Parkland Foundation for Parkland Health & Hospital System

Dallas

$500,000

Toward constructing a new comprehensive breast cancer center

Health

Patient Care Intervention Center

Houston

$100,000

Toward piloting a web-based system to improve health outcomes of vulnerable individuals with chronic physical and mental health conditions


Health
Planned Living Assistance Network of North Texas

Dallas

$75,000

Toward additional staff to increase Clubhouse services to adults with mental illness and their families

Health
Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas

Dallas

$200,000

Toward emergency operating support for healthcare services for uninsured and low-income individuals resulting from federal funding cuts

Health

Prosper Waco

Prosper Waco

$100,000

Toward building the capacity of a community-development effort to improve mental health and other services for Waco residents

Health
Proyecto Juan Diego

Brownsville

$40,000

Toward continued support to integrate services to strengthen low-income Hispanic families


Health
Rape Crisis Center

San Antonio

$25,000

Toward start-up of an integrated medical and mental health program for sexual assault survivors

Health
Recovery Resource Council

Fort Worth

$50,000

Toward continued expansion of mental health services for veterans and their families

Health
Recovery Werks

New Braunfels

$50,000

Toward continued support for services to teens in recovery from substance abuse and their families

Health
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Amarillo

Amarillo

$50,000

Toward constructing a new facility to meet the current and future needs of ill children and their families seeking medical treatment


Health
Samaritan Center for Counseling and Pastoral Care

Austin

$50,000

Toward bridge funding for mental health programs

Health
San Antonio Clubhouse

San Antonio

$200,000

Toward expanding Clubhouse programs for adults with severe mental illness across Texas

Health

Southwest Medical Foundation, Dallas

Dallas

$300,000

Toward continued support to expand the number of community clinics that screen for and treat depression

Health
Special Olympics Texas

Pflugerville

$79,000

Toward expanding a program to improve the health of individuals with developmental disabilities in North Texas


Health
Texas Center for Child and Family Studies

Austin

$100,000

Toward assessing the foster care delivery system in Dallas and surrounding counties in preparation for a shift from state to community-level management

Health

Texas Children's Hospital

Houston

$250,000

Toward support for trauma-informed mental health programs for youth in the Houston area affected by Hurricane Harvey

Health

Texas Mental Health Collaborative Fund

Austin

$25,000

Toward a pooled fund to support high-impact mental health projects in Texas (a fund of Austin Community Foundation)

Health
Texas Network of Youth Services

Austin

$100,000

Toward improving outcomes for youth and young adults through developing a statewide policy agenda that facilitates cross-systems collaboration


Health
Texas Panhandle War Memorial Foundation

Amarillo

$50,000

Toward renovating a facility for use as a one-stop service and educational center for veterans and their families

Health
Tex Protects

Dallas

$150,000

Toward building capacity to enhance initiatives to prevent child abuse

Health
The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

Galveston

$250,000

Toward constructing a new medical education center to train healthcare professionals to meet the growing workforce needs in the state

Health

Youth Recovery Network

Austin

$50,000

Toward formalizing a collaboration of recovery services for youth and families experiencing challenges with substance abuse (a fund of Austin Community Foundation)


Human Services
American Red Cross, North Texas Region

Dallas

$25,000

Toward providing disaster relief to tornado victims in Ellis, Dallas, Collin, and Rockwall counties

Human Services
Arlington Life Shelter

Arlington

$122,000

Toward renovation and expansion of a homeless shelter

Human Services
The Bridge

Dallas

$10,000

Toward continued support of an art program for homeless individuals

Human Services
The Brookwood Community in Georgetown

Georgetown

$150,000

Toward constructing a new vocational building and residential homes for adults with intellectual and or developmental disabilities


Human Services
Buckner Children and Family Services

Dallas

$209,000

Toward constructing a permanent home for family-support services in the Bachman Lake area

Human Services
CASA of Central Texas

New Braunfels

$75,000

Toward constructing a new training and support center to expand advocacy services for abused and neglected children

Human Services
Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley

San Juan

$150,000

Toward emergency humanitarian care for migrant families from Central America seeking asylum in the United States

Human Services
CitySquare

Dallas

$75,000

Toward adding staff to assist homeless individuals with housing and other critical services


Human Services
Community Food Bank

Fort Worth

$75,000

Toward improvements and upgrades to the cooler and freezer

Human Services
Cornerstone Assistance Network

Fort Worth

$65,000

Toward coordinating resources for assisting individuals to reintegrate into society after incarceration

Human Services
Court Appointed Special Advocates of Hidalgo County

Edinburg

$35,000

Toward hiring an additional case supervisor to serve abused and neglected children

Human Services
Dallas Christian Women's Job Corps

Dallas

$50,000

Toward constructing a new facility to expand programs helping women gain self-sufficiency


Human Services
Dallas Leadership Foundation

Dallas

$25,000

Toward continued support to expand post-release services to formerly incarcerated men and women

Human Services
Dallas Mission for Life

Dallas

$100,000

Toward renovations to an emergency shelter to expand services for homeless men, women, and families

Human Services

Disability Resources

Abilene

$50,000

Toward constructing new facilities to provide long-term and economically sustainable residential programs for adults with intellectual disabilities

Human Services
Goodwill Industries of Central Texas

Austin

$75,000

Toward constructing a facility to increase vocational training and certification programs for low-income, underemployed individuals


Human Services
Harper Community Park Association

Harper

$55,000

Toward constructing a facility to use as a community center

Human Services
Hays-Caldwell Women's Center

San Marcos

$100,000

Toward constructing housing for victims of abuse and their children transitioning from temporary shelter

Human Services
House of Amos

Fulshear

$44,000

Toward expanding emergency food assistance and English language instruction for immigrant families

Human Services
Human Rights Initiative of North Texas

Dallas

$95,000

Toward continuing support for legal representation for unaccompanied immigrant minors in North Texas


Human Services
Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance

Dallas

$95,000

Toward transitioning to a new Homeless Management Information System to track services provided to homeless individuals in Dallas and Collin counties

Human Services
National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders

San Antonio

$100,000

Toward the expansion of a statewide initiative to preserve and produce affordable housing in south Texas and areas impacted by Hurricane Harvey

Human Services
Noah Project

Abilene

$37,000

Toward expanding emergency shelter and support services for victims of family violence and their children

Human Services
The Salvation Army - Texas Divisional Headquarters

Dallas

$25,000

Toward disaster relief services to tornado victims in Dallas and surrounding areas


Human Services
The Senior Source

Dallas

$50,000

Toward continuation funding to provide services to help senior adults avoid financial uncertainty and exploitation

Human Services
Shaken Baby Alliance

Fort Worth

$50,000

Toward funding for Shaken Baby Alliance’s assistance to victims of shaken baby syndrome and their families, and training in identifying and preventing child abuse

Human Services

Shared Housing Center

Dallas

$100,000

Toward completing transitional housing facilities for homeless women and veterans and their families

Human Services

Shelby's Bridge

Sudan

$20,000

Toward renovating a building to serve as a thrift store to provide training and employment opportunities to adults with disabilities


Human Services
Texas Baptist Men

Dallas

$25,000

Toward disaster-relief services to tornado victims in Dallas and surrounding areas

Human Services
United Service Organizations – USO

Arlington, Virginia

$25,000

Toward renovating a building as a service center at Fort Hood in Killeen

Human Services
Valley Initiative for Development and Advancement

Mercedes

$100,000

Toward continued start-up support for training low-income women in high-demand occupations

Human Services
Visiting Nurse Association of Texas

Dallas

$100,000

Toward support for a home-based palliative-care pilot program for homebound and low-income individuals with chronic health conditions


Human Services

YWCA of Lubbock

Lubbock

$50,000

Toward building renovations to consolidate childcare operations and expand mission critical services to the community

Human Services
Texas Rural Funders Collaborative

Statewide

$50,000

Toward a consortium of Texas funders concerned with the needs of rural communities

Our Leadership

DIRECTORS EMERITI

John W. Broadfoot

Judy B. Culbertson

Sally R. Lancaster

Curtis W. Meadows Jr.

Sally Cheney Miller

Eloise Meadows Rouse

Dorthy Cheney Wilson

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Roberts A. Meadows

Chairman of the Board of Trustees
Trustee & Director

True Campbell

Director

Daniel H. Chapman

Trustee & Director

Milly Ritzen Crawford

Trustee & Director

Linda Perryman Evans

Trustee & Director

P. Michael McCullough

Trustee & Director

Eric Meadows

Trustee & Director

 

John Meadows

Director

Mark A. Meadows

Trustee & Director

Kimberly Morris

Director

Dawn Culbertson Peterson

Trustee & Director

George Ritzen

Director

Joel Williams III

Trustee & Director

Andrew Wilson

Trustee & Director

EXECUTIVE OFFICERS

Linda Perryman Evans

President & Chief Executive Officer

Peter M. Miller

President & CEO-Elect

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

Our Staff

Brandon Abbott

Information Systems Specialist III

Carol Brabham

Investments Administrative Assistant

Luxor Brothers

Investment Analyst

Deborah Carpenter

Librarian

Ivan Carrizales

Property Assistant

Danny Chandler

Directory of Security & Risk Management

Anne-Claire Cummings

Conference Center Receptionist

Cami Farley

Conference Center Manager

Tanya Fludd

Conference Center Receptionist

Kimberly Flynn

Grants Executive Assistant

Polly Garza

Grants Senior Administrative Assistant

Patricia Glasgow

Finance Operations & Administrative Assistant

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

Receptionist

Mary Jud

Executive Suites Program Coordinator

Edward Luna

Conference Center Receptionist

Michael K. McCoy

Senior Program Officer

Deanna Miller

Director of Information Technology

Destiny Nash

Meeting Coordiantor

Meghan Parry

Communications Manager

Cindy M. Patrick

Senior Program Officer

Raymond Pecchioni

Property Assistant

Tyson Pinnell

Investment Officer

Frank Quintero

Property Assistant

Heather Roberts

Meeting Coordinator

Betty Roddy

Grants Administrative Assistant

Helge Rokenes

Director of Investments

Danny Schluter

Property Assistant

Myrinda Scott

Controller

Kathy Smith

Senior Program Officer

Rosie Sosa

Grants Senior Administrative Assistant

Gayle Stoumbaugh

Investments Executive Assistant

Catherine Stringer

Accounting & Finance Manager

Judy Swihart

Grants Executive Assistant

Alfonso Telesca

Facilities Coordinator

John D. Wagner

Systems Analyst

Myron Werkmeister

Director of Property Management

2019 Financials