Deborah's House Ministry

Deborah’s House awarded grants

A grant from the COVID-19 Response Fund, a community fund jointly managed by the San Antonio Area Foundation and the United Way of San Antonio. The fund is comprised of nearly 30 caring businesses, donor advised funds, philanthropic foundations, and government entities including: San Antonio Area Foundation – John L. Santikos Charitable Foundation – Harvey E. Najim – The Najim Charitable Foundation – H. E. Butt Foundation – Nancy Smith Hurd Foundation – United Way of San Antonio & Bexar County – Kronkosky Charitable Foundation – Mays Family Foundation – Tobin Endowment – Greehey Family Foundation – NuStar Energy – City of San Antonio – Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio – Holt Family Foundation – Texas Mutual Insurance Company – Wells Fargo – JPMorgan Chase & Co – Houston and Caroline Harte Fund – 80|20 Foundation – Alice Kleberg Reynolds Foundation  – Bank of San Antonio – Bexar County – Nationwide Foundation – Gloria Galt Donor Advised Fund – Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America – Gloria Galt Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation – Semmes Foundation Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation – Amini Family Foundation – CVS Health – Child Care Collaborative Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation – Arnim Family Foundation – Tom White Charitable Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation – Annie and Tim Swan Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation – Masters Leadership Program Alumni – Benson Family Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation – Ellinor and Marvin Forland Charitable Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation

Methodist Healthcare Ministries of South Texas, Inc. has awarded $1.1 million in emergency grant funding to 46 nonprofit, health and social service agencies in its 74-county service area for COVID-19 response and recovery efforts. We are proud to do all that we can to ensures that our partners have the additional support that is needed to provide critical physical and mental health care and essential resources to communities that have been impacted by this pandemic.

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