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GRANT MAKING PORTFOLIO


Youth Experiences

“You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.”

– Matthew 5:14-16

The Foundation supports organizations that increase youth’s access to formative experiences that cultivate character, encourage healthy lifestyle choices, and create opportunities. Such experiences provide youth with a wide range of activities that include Christian discipleship and academic assistance through after school and summer programs, camp, mentorships, or scouting.

 

Portfolio Activity Categories:

  • Camping: To provide scholarships to attend summer camp
  • Mentoring Experiences: To build adult and peer mentoring relationships
  • Out-of-School-Time Programming: To facilitate after-school and summer programs
  • Scouting: To encourage participation in Boy and Girl Scout activities
  • Youth Formation System: To help the system that supports out-of-school-time programs


THE GOAL

To increase opportunities for youth to grow in faith and character


FUNDING PRIORITIES

  • Increase Christian and adaptive camperships
  • Increase Christian and adaptive after-school placements
  • Increase Christian and adaptive enrichment experiences

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grants awarded in 2021


$3,832,000

amount awarded in 2021


$2,767,000

amount paid in 2021


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Project Transformation


Project Transformation North Texas Through both the after-school and summer programs, Project Transformation North Texas (PTNT) provides mentoring, reading support, healthy meals, physical activities, spiritual formation, and ultimately, a safe place where everyone will find a sense of belonging. PTNT credits the lasting impact of its after-school and summer programs to the strong relationships that are built between the participating children and the college-age young adults who serve as mentors…

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