The Hill Country's Community Foundation

Founded in 1982, the Community Foundation of the Texas Hill Country is a public charitable foundation that supports nonprofits and local causes in the region. The Community Foundation grants funds to charities and awards scholarships to students throughout the Hill Country. On average, the Foundation distributes approximately $3 million each year.


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Community Impact Fund Grant Cycle Opens April 6th

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Through grantmaking, nonprofit education, investment management, academic scholarships, and civic leadership, the Community Foundation supports a thriving Hill Country. The Community Foundation works with donors, makes grants, and awards academic scholarships in 10 Hill Country counties: Bandera, Blanco, Edwards, Gillespie, Kendall, Kerr, Kimble, Mason, Real, and Uvalde. For more details about our work, you can view the most recent Annual Report.

We Work With

  • Donors

  • Advisors

  • Nonprofits

  • Scholarships

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