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Permian Basin Area Foundation


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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  • Midland Gem and Mineral Society Endowment Fund

    An agency endowment fund supporting the Midland Gem and Mineral Society.

  • Midland Montessori School Endowment Fund

    An agency endowment fund supporting Midland Montessori School.

  • Midland Municipal Employee Scholarship Fund, Inc.

    Created by employees contributing to the Midland Municipal Employee Scholarship Fund, this scholarship benefits children of City of Midland employees.¬† Applications are available from City Hall and City of Midland’s intranet.¬† For more information, contact Gabriel McClelland at gmcclelland@midlandtexas.gov.

  • Midland Need to Read Endowment Fund

    An agency endowment fund supporting Midland Need to Read.

  • Midland Rape Crisis Center Endowment Fund

    An agency endowment fund supporting Midland Rape and Crisis Center.

  • Midland Reunion 2000 Scholarship Fund

    The Midland Reunion 2000 Scholarship provides funding to graduating seniors from Midland Independent School District high schools. The one-time scholarship award is based on the following criteria:
    – graduate of a Midland Independent School District high school,
    – financial need,
    – good citizenship,
    – desire and dedication to succeed in a college or an accredited technological school environment.

  • Midland Texas Tech Alumni Scholarship Fund

  • Midland Vision 2020

  • Midland/Odessa Symphony and Chorale Endowment Fund

    An agency endowment fund supporting the Midland/Odessa Symphony and Chorale.

  • Nancy Jo Mims Geers Memorial Scholarship Fund

    Mary and James W. Mims created the Nancy Jo Mims Geers Memorial Scholarship in memory of their daughter, a professional occupational therapist who devoted her life to assisting patients realize their full capacity. Scholarship selection is based on the following criteria:
    – resident of Midland County,
    – pursuing education and career service in the field of Occupational Therapy,
    – demonstrates desire and capacity to succeed in an academic environment toward fulfillment of requirements for a college degree,
    – practices good citizenship.

  • Neighbors Against Burglary and Drugs Permanent Fund

    An endowed fund to educate the public and seek solutions regarding the problems and burglary and drugs in the Midland community.

  • Nettie Millhollon Scholarship

    Created in 2014 by the Nettie Millhollon Educational Trust, the Nettie Millhollon Scholarship benefits residents of Martin County. Potential recipients must be a permanent resident of Martin County at the time of their initial application and pursuing a course of study that culminates in a bachelor or advanced degree.

  • Odessa Christian School Endowment Fund

    An endowed fund designated for the benefit of Odessa Christian School.

  • Parker House Ranching Museum Permanent Fund

    An agency endowment fund supporting the Parker House Ranching Museum.

  • Patricia Cobb Memorial Scholarship Fund

    Family and friends created the *Patricia Cobb Memorial Scholarship* in her honor for graduates of Midland High School active in athletics. Ms. Cobb was a school teacher and guidance counselor in the Midland Independent School District for 30 years until her retirement. The scholarship award is based on the following criteria:
    – good character,
    – three-year participation in MHS athletics,
    – desire, dedication and leadership,
    – financial need.

  • Patrick Wayland Memorial Scholarship Fund

    Created by his family and friends, the Patrick Wayland Memorial Scholarship honors Patrick’s life as an outstanding scholar, athlete, Marine Corps officer, and person of faith and character. A graduate of Midland High School and the U. S. Naval Academy, Patrick sustained injuries in a military training exercise from which he was unable to recover. This scholarship provides financial assistance to graduating seniors of Midland High School possessing these characteristics:
    – achieved academic excellence by graduating in the top 10 percent of their graduating class,
    – lettered in at least one sport while in high school,
    – demonstrates Christian character and good citizenship by their personal behavior and participation in church and civic activities,
    – accepted to a college or university located in the United States.

  • PBAF Emergency Relief Fund

  • Permian Basin Area Foundation Administrative Fund

    An endowed fund supporting the administrative work of Permian Basin Area Foundation.

  • Permian Basin Fair and Exposition Scholarship Fund

  • Permian Basin General Endowment

    An endowed fund that supports the general grant making of Permian Basin Area Foundation.

  • Permian Basin Geophysical Society Scholarship Fund

    Established in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists, the parent society of the Permian Basin Geophysical Society, this scholarship benefits students pursuing a degree in the field of geophysics with preference given to students either from the Permian Basin or attending college in the Permian Basin.

  • Permian Basin Rehabilitation Center Endowment Fund

    An agency endowment fund supporting the work of the Permian Basin Rehabilitation Center in Odessa.

  • Permian Basin Scholarship for Petroleum and Mechanical Engineering Fund

    Longtime Midland resident Bill Wallace established the Permian Basin Petroleum/Mechanical Engineering Scholarship for undergraduate students at the University of Texas at Austin, Cockrell School of Engineering. Open to students in Petroleum and Mechanical Engineering; applicants must reside in one of the following counties: Andrews, Borden, Crane, Dawson, Ector, Gaines, Glasscock, Howard, Loving, Martin, Midland, Pecos, Reeves, Terrell, Upton, Ward or Winkler.

  • Permian High School Class of 2013 Scholarship