Permian Basin Area Foundation Awards $2.3 million in grants

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May 25—Permian Basin Area Foundation has awarded $2,319,270 to nonprofit organizations serving West Texans during its spring competitive grant cycle, a press release detailed.

Grants Administrator Raymond Williams stated, "It is an honor to work with these nonprofit organizations for their good works. Our nonprofit community serves so many in our communities and it is a privilege to award these grants."

Grants were made to the following organizations:

>> American Red Cross Permian Basin.

>> Arts Council of Midland.

>> Ballroom Marfa.

>> Breaking Bread Ministries.

>> Buckner International.

>> Catholic Charities of Odessa.

>> Centers for Children and Families.

>> Communities in Schools of the Permian Basin.

>> Crisis Centers of West Texas.

>> Family Promise of Odessa.

>> Gladney Center for Adoption.

>> Grand Companions Humane Society.

>> Junior Achievement of the Permian Basin.

>> Junior League of Midland.

>> Marathon Public Library.

>> Marfa Live Arts.

>> Martin County Historical Museum.

>> Medical Center Health System Foundation.

>> Midland College Foundation.

>> Midland Community Theater.

>> Midland Fair Havens.

>> Midland Soup Kitchen.

>>Museum of the Southwest.

>> Nonprofit Management Center.

>> Odessa Links.

>> Safe Place of the Permian Basin.

>> Samaritan Counseling Center.

>> Senior Life Midland.

>> Sunshine House.

>> Terrell County ISD.

>>The Life Center.

>> The Recording Library of West Texas.

>> University of Texas Permian Basin.

>> Ward County Greater Works.

>> Western Lions Eye Bank.

>> Young Life Big Bend.

>> Young Life Midland.

The Foundation awarded more than $11.2 million in grants and scholarships in 2021.

Since being established in 1989, Permian Basin Area Foundation has awarded more than $132 million in grants and scholarships.

Semi-annually, the Foundation announces competitive grant awards following review of applications submitted in the spring and fall. The Fall grant cycle applications are due on Oct. 1. Visit to apply