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Thank you for partnering with Permian Basin Area Foundation to meet the needs of your West Texas neighbors. Use the search feature below to find a fund in which you wish to donate. Funds are listed alphabetically. After locating the fund name to which you want to give, type in the donation amount and click the Continue button. For those wishing to make a gift in honor or in memory, select the appropriate phrase from the drop-down menu. The Foundation will gratefully acknowledge your gift to the individual if name and address are provided.

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  • Amy Bell Charities Fund

    In 2014 Amy Bell of Weatherford, Texas, daughter of Ellen and Larry Bell of Midland, Texas, passed away very unexpectedly from a pulmonary embolism at the age of 33. Amy was known as a tenacious horsewoman, a seasoned traveler, an accomplished hunter, a dedicated philanthropist and a “best friend” to many. She touched lives across the world.

    During her short life she began a very private, but significant work dedicated to making life better for those less fortunate. Throughout her life Amy was involved in numerous charitable and humanitarian efforts. As Amy’s travels took her to some exciting new places far away from her Texas roots her desire to show her “love and compassion for children” extended to projects all over the world. It was her wish that her love for children and her efforts to help those less fortunate would be perpetuated. Amy left some very specific instructions on how those passions of hers and projects she started could continue. Amy’s family is deeply committed to honoring those final wishes by supporting Amy’s programs and projects and sharing her “Pay It Forward” spirit throughout the world.


  • Amy Gardner Memorial “Louis Armstrong” Scholarship Fund

    Established in her memory by the family of Amy Gardner, the Amy Gardner Memorial “Louis Armstrong” Scholarship provides scholarships to Andrews High School band students pursuing higher education.


  • Andrews Community Endowment

    A community endowment fund to support the charitable and educational organizations in Andrews County. Grants are recommended by a committee of community leaders living in Andrews County.


  • Ann and Roy Northern Memorial Scholarship Fund

    Created by Scot Northern, in honor and in memory of his parents, the Ann & Roy Northern Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a graduating senior from Midland High School. Scholarships are awarded based on the following criteria:
    financial need,exhibition of extracurricular involvement in school and the community, exhibition of work ethic through ongoing or summer employment, desire and dedication to succeed in a college environment.


  • Ann Baumann Poteet and Chris Poteet Charitable Fund

  • Aphasia Center of West Texas Building Fund

    An agency endowment used to support the building operations of Aphasia Center of West Texas.


  • Aphasia Center of West Texas/ C.C. Matthews Memorial Endowment Fund

    An agency endowment to support the Aphasia Center of West Texas.


  • Arts Council of Midland Endowment Fund

    An agency endowment fund supporting the work of the Arts Council of Midland.


  • Association of Energy Service Companies Scholarship Fund

    Established by the local AESC chapter, the Association of Energy Service Companies (AESC) Scholarship benefits children of employees who work for a variety of energy service companies throughout the Permian Basin.


  • Barbara Yarbrough Scholarship Fund

    Established by an anonymous donor, the Barbara Yarbrough Scholarship pays tribute to Barbara as an inspirational educator, tireless volunteer, and community leader. Preference is given to graduating seniors of Midland County public high schools who demonstrate character and leadership by his/her personal behavior and participation in church and civic activities, plan to attend a college or university located in the United States.


  • Betsy Puckett Fund for Bynum School

  • Big Bend Conservancy Fund

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Midland Endowment Fund

  • Bill and Kathy Wallace Family Fund

  • Bill Mims Memorial Scholarship Fund

    The Bill Mims Memorial Scholarship was established by his sister, Dixie, in 2001 to benefit graduates of Midland County high schools. Bill was a Midland High School graduate who was left a paraplegic from a football injury in the 1950s. Despite his disability, he lived a life of service to his community until his death. Scholarships are based on the following criteria graduate of a Midland County high school and attend an accredited state-funded college or university in the state of Texas.


  • Blanche Plunkett Memorial Scholarship Fund

    Established with donations from her friends and family, the Blanche Plunkett Memorial Scholarship honors this beloved, retired Midland teacher who passed away in 2005. Scholarships provide assistance to graduates of Midland public schools based on the following criteria financial need, good citizenship, desire and dedication to succeed in a college environment.


  • Bob and Bobbie Hill Scholarship Fund

    Bonnie Brumley established the Bob and Bobbie Hill Scholarship in honor of her mother, Bobbie, and in memory of her father, Bob. The Hills were long-time residents of Martin County.  This scholarship is available to graduating Martin County students.


  • Bob and Dorothy Deavenport Scholarship Fund

    In December 2003, friends of Bob and Dorothy Deavenport, longtime Martin County citizens and community leaders, established the Bob & Dorothy Deavenport Scholarship to honor the couple’s service to Martin County and to the Permian Basin area for over 50 years. Scholarships are awarded to graduating seniors of Grady and Stanton high schools who attend a junior college or four-year college or university.


  • Bowers Family Memorial Scholarship Fund

    The Bowers Family Scholarship perpetuates Geraldine’s legacy of scholarship philanthropy and honors her daughters, Candy Sue and Linda Ann. The one-time scholarship is awarded annually to a Midland High School graduate who is pursuing a course of study that results in 1) an associate’s degree or 2) a bachelor’s, master’s or other advanced degree from a four-year state-funded institution of higher education located in the state of Texas.


  • Boy Scouts of the Permian Basin

  • Boys and Girls Club of Midland Endowment Fund

    An agency endowment fund supporting the work of Boys and Girls Club of Midland.


  • Boys and Girls Clubs of Odessa Endowment Fund

    An agency endowment fund supporting the work of Boys and Girls Club of Odessa.


  • Brian A. Semple Memorial Scholarship Fund

    Created by his family and friends in his memory, the Brian A. Semple Memorial Scholarship benefits average or above average Midland County high school graduates in continuing their education past high school. Scholarship awards based on graduate of a public Midland County high school, must have recently taken or agrees to take a Defensive Driving Course before the beginning of the fall semester, must attend Midland College, an accredited public four-year college or university in the state of Texas, an accredited law enforcement academy, or the Texas State Technological Institute.


  • Buckner Children and Family Services Inc. West Texas Endowment Fund

    An agency endowment fund supporting the work of Buckner Children and Family Services in West Texas.


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