2020 Grant Recipients

The TCMA Board is pleased to present our 2020 Community Service Grant Recipients.  These organizations were chosen from a pool of 22 applicants and were thoroughly vetted by our grant selection committee. By supporting them, we are furthering our mission to enhance the health of Central Texans. We are eternally grateful to all our donors, without whom these grants would not be possible.  

hope medical clinic logo

Volunteer Primary care clinic with focus on refugees.

red arena logo

Empowerment through horses, equine therapy.

the gathering parachute

The Gathering. Respite care for area Alzheimers and Dementia residents.

PWP pic

Taking care of patients by taking care of physicians.

peoples community clinic

A non-profit, primary health care facility whose purpose is to provide high quality medical, counseling and health education

austin center for grief and loss

Offering therapy resources and support for those grieving the death of a loved one from illness, accident, suicide, or violence; divorce or separation.

aloe foundation

Provides healing services that will decrease stress, reduce pain and promote wellness for individuals dealing with illness or trauma.

partnership for children logo

Giving a hand to children and those that protect them.

saint louise house

St. Louise House. $6000 granted for over-the-counter medications and supplies for homeless families.

VHC logo 50 year

Volunteer Healthcare Clinic. $7500 granted for improving the health of the uninsured and working poor.

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VHC logo 50 year

Volunteer Healthcare Clinic. $7500 granted for improving the health of the uninsured and working poor.

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