2019 Recipients: TNMP Power Grants

  • Birthday Joy: $7,500 for the Community Foster Joy Fund for kids in Dickinson and League City.
  • Blue Sky Therapeutic Riding & Respite: $5,000 to help fund a safety lighting project at the Krugerville facility.
  • Children's Advocacy Center of Denton Co.: $5,000 for transportation support for clients and staff.
  • Dickinson ISD Foundation: $10,000 for new library books for students at all grade levels.
  • Edwards Memorial Walk and Bike Trail: $7,000 for rail upgrades and new signage for the trail in Brazoria.
  • Friends of LLELA: $2,411 for backpacks and accompanying educational supplies for hikers at the Lewisville Lake Enviromental Learning Area.
  • Gulf Coast Crime Prevention Association: $8,170 for off-site training for small agency law enforcement officers in Brazoria County.
  • Hico ISD Foundation: $10,000 to help fund the inaugural Family Day for kids, parents and teachers.
  • HRA Independence Village: $3,240 for computers and software to support digital training for staff members in Texas City.
  • Lewisville Lake Symphony: $2,000 for tickets to introduce underserved students to symphony music.
  • Meridian Library Association: $5,000 for new books.
  • Mission Righteous Roots: $8,440 for training for staff members at a new family shelter facility in Gatesville.
  • Pilot Point ISD PTA: $2,446 for a Buddy Bench and playground upgrades at elementary school.
  • Saint Jo ISD Foundation: $9,945 for STEM and physics program equipment and materials.
  • Sistahs Empowering Sistahs: $4,598 to help support leadership and business training for school-aged girls in Dickinson, La Marque and Texas City.
  • SMART Family Literacy: $5,000 for books and other educational materials for kids in Dickinson, La Marque and Texas City.
  • Tails & Trails Museum: $4,250 for a public-address system for emergency safety messages at the Nocona facility.

Past recipients

See projects funded with TNMP Power Grants in 2018