The Moody Foundation (TX)



Moody Foundation was established to benefit in perpetuity present and future generation of Texans. It was established by W. L. Moody Jr. and his wife, Libbie Rice.


The foundation continues to focus most of its projects which include the Foundation-initiated projects at Moody Gardens and the Transitional Learning Center.



Beyond Galveston, the foundation's historic base, they primarily award grants in Austin and Dallas, with emphasis on education, social services, children's needs, and community development.


Web Address

www.moodyf.org

Assets

$2,029,101,000 - 2009-12-31
$1,197,810,658 - 2006-12-31


Giving

$59,108,000 - 2009-12-31


Foundation Grants and Resources


  

Recent News from Moody Foundation


Moody Fund For The Arts Shares Application Dates
Foundation: Moody Foundation

The nonprofit AT&T Performing Arts Center today announced that applications for the second year of grants awarded by the Moody Fund for the...more

Moody Foundation gives $5K grant to Angelina Arts Alliance
Foundation: Moody Foundation

The Moody Foundation awarded the Angelina Arts Alliance a $5,000 grant that ... They combine classical music with hip-hop to create a unique...more

Hillcrest Foundation gives $1 million toward Parkland's breast health center
Foundation: Moody Foundation

"As we grow alongside North Texas, we're deploying philanthropic capital to ensure we help build more sustainable and economically...more

The wait is over: 36 small Dallas arts groups find out they got money from the Moody Foundation
Foundation: Moody Foundation

"These organizations and their proposals show what an exciting time this is for Dallas' arts community and the cultural impact these grants will...more

The wait is over: 36 small Dallas arts groups find out they got money from the Moody Foundation
Foundation: Moody Foundation

During the spring of 2017, the Galveston-based Moody Foundation surprised the Dallas arts community with a bold gesture. It would make available...more

Moody Foundation gives $15 million toward Parkland breast care center
Foundation: Hoblitzelle Foundation, Dallas Foundation, Moody Foundation

The Moody Foundation of Galveston has granted $15 million to Parkland Health & Hospital System to help build a new breast center that...more

Moody Foundation awards nearly $13 million in grants for Galveston youth programs
Foundation: Moody Foundation

The Moody Foundation approved a $12.9 million commitment on Monday to seven grant recipients in the Galveston area, the second and...more

Moody Foundation Awards More Than $12.5 Million 'Generation Moody' Investment In Programs ...
Foundation: Moody Foundation

Together, the two rounds of grants total more than $21 million. ... The first Generation Moody grants primarily focused on evolving Galveston ISD's ... to see the island education community coming...more

Moody Foundation Grant Brings 4000 Volunteers To Rebuild Galveston County
Foundation: Moody Foundation

GALVESTON, Texas, Feb. 26, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The Moody Foundation granted $860,000 to the United Way of Galveston County to help home rebuilding efforts in Galveston County in the aftermath of...more

Moody Foundation Launches Generation Moody Education Initiative With $8613679 Investment
Foundation: Moody Foundation

"We see the Generation Moody Education Initiative as an investment in the next generation of Galvestonians," said Frances Moody-Dahlberg, chairman and executive director of the Moody...more





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