Houston Texans Inspire Change Grant

Houston Texans Inspire Change Grant

It Takes All of Us. The Inspire Change Grant, supported in partnership with the Houston Texans, ConocoPhillips, Coca-Cola Southwest Beverages and Miller Lite, was created to fund programs, seed projects and create partnerships that support social justice and racial equity efforts in Houston. The Texans and partners will award $400,000 in grants to nonprofits and educational programs that are working to make a difference in Houston. An advisory committee will select grant recipients who work for change or provide assistance in the following areas:

  • Education
  • Criminal justice reform
  • Relational Policing
  • Poverty
  • Racial Equity
  • Workforce and economic development (specifically Minority/Women-owned Business Enterprises)
  • Employment
  • Anti-bias/anti-racism, diversity training and educational programs for youth
  • Educating youth on the histories of minority groups in America
  • Support for children with incarcerated parents
  • Access to mental health support in underserved communities/schools
  • Homelessness

To be eligible to receive a grant, the recipient organization must be a nonprofit entity qualified under IRC Section 501(c)(3) as a public charity, an educational institution or school, and be nonpartisan. The recipient organization must provide proof of its nonprofit and tax exempt status in order to receive the donation.

Grant Amount

  • Minimum Grant: $10,000
  • Maximum Grant: $50,000
  • Total grant funds available: $400,000

Grant recipients and final amounts will be at the discretion of the Houston Texans Foundation and Inspire Change Grant Advisory Committee

Timeline

September 1: Grant application window opens
October 1: Grant opportunity closes
November 1: Grant recipients announced on or before this date
January 9, 2022: Houston Texans Gameday Recognition for grant recipient organizations
March 31, 2022: Deadline to utilize grant funding and submit grant report

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