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Permian Basin Area Foundation

Permian Basin Area Foundation Awards $1.3 million in Grants

Midland, Texas (May 15, 2024) – Permian Basin Area Foundation has awarded $1,346,000 to nonprofit organizations serving West Texans during its spring community grant cycle.

Grants Officer Raymond Williams stated, “These organizations have a tremendous impact not only on our community as it is now, but in what it will become in the future. The dedication each organization has to their mission is commendable, as is the intentional giving from so many donors that empower us to serve this community.”

Grants were made to the following organizations:

American National Red Cross
Arts Council of Midland
Ballroom Marfa
Big Bend Bluegrass Association
Big Bend Pets
Breaking Bread Ministries
CASA of the Permian Basin Area, Inc.
Centers for Children and Families, Inc.
Communities In Schools of the Permian Basin
Education Partnership of the Permian Basin
Family Promise of Odessa
Grand Companions Humane Society
I-20 Wildlife Preserve
Junior Achievement of the Permian Basin
Marathon Independent School District
Marfa Live Arts
Martin County Historical Museum
Medical Center Health System Foundation
Midland Community Theatre, Inc.
Midland Soup Kitchen Ministry
Samaritan Counseling Center
Senior Life Midland
Sunshine House, Inc.
Texas Tribune
The Marfa Studio of Arts
The Salvation Army of Odessa
Young Life Big Bend
Young Life Midland

The Foundation manages two community grant cycles each year. Fall grant applications are due on October 1, 2024. Visit pbaf.org to review application procedures and to apply.


Young Life Midland
Young Life Midland
Ballroom Marfa DJ Camp
Ballroom Marfa DJ Camp