2020 Recipients: TNMP Power Grants

  • Community Health Network: $8,000 to fund Covid-19 testing in Angleton, Alvin and Pearland.
  • Texas Lighthouse Foundation: $10,000 to fund a generator to power its Friendswood kitchen, where food is prepared for first responders and others after natural and man-made disasters.
  • Harvest for the Hungry: $10,000 to fund a vegetable garden for people facing food insecurity in Brazoria County.
  • Hamilton Civic Theater: $10,000 to fund socially distanced, outdoor movie nights.
  • Bosque Arts Center: $7,154 to fund a sound system upgrade for the Clifton playhouse.
  • Pediplace: $5,000 to fund purchase of books to be sent home to encourage reading among its pediatric patients in Lewisville.
  • Keep Lewisville Beautiful: $9,000 to fund pollinator gardens across the city.
  • College of the Mainland Foundation: $9,925 to fund materials to be used in emergency medical technician training at the Texas City campus.
  • Resource Crisis Center: $6,718 for food and grocery staples, including cleaning supplies, for residents receiving assistance at the center.
  • Mainland Community Crime Stoppers: $9,458 to assist funding of 2021 operations on Texas City ISD campuses.
  • Keep Olney Beautiful: $9,825 to help fund a new concrete playing surface for a basketball court at a city park.
  • Terrell County Animal Humane: $4,920 to fund a new fence to enhance animal safety and a recycling trailer to aid the agency's ongoing funding efforts in Sanderson.

2019 recipients

See projects funded with TNMP Power Grants in 2019