Vista: April 2024

Together we are more Our partners often tell us they value our approach to collaborative grantmaking. And it’s true, we strive to be more than a funder. We try to be a partner, supporter, matchmaker, convener, and whatever else it takes to help our grantees and their programs succeed over the long term. That’s why …

Vista: March 2024

Proudly partnering with education changemakers Attending professional conferences is always informative and inspiring.This fall’s National College Attainment Network (NCAN) conference in Dallas offered many reminders that the work our partners and colleagues are doing makes a tremendous difference for students in Texas. Here are some of our favorite moments from the conference: One of our GTF …

Vista: November 2023

Proudly partnering with education changemakers Attending professional conferences is always informative and inspiring.This fall’s National College Attainment Network (NCAN) conference in Dallas offered many reminders that the work our partners and colleagues are doing makes a tremendous difference for students in Texas. Here are some of our favorite moments from the conference: One of our GTF …

Vista: September 2023

What Does Asset-Based Framing Look Like in Practice? Find Out in our new Issue Brief Have you heard of asset-based framing but wonder how to implement this approach in your own organization? Our new brief helps organizations undertake asset-based solutions to systemic challenges, beginning with narrative and progressing to practical action. This resource first poses four …

Vista: July 2023

Supporting Bright Futures During graduation season, we get to see our mission fulfilled in very tangible ways. Recently, President and CEO Sue McMillin attended a ceremony for the first cohort of graduates from the Texas Bioscience Institute in Hutto. Supported by a 2020 grant from Greater Texas Foundation, the Institute helps students in rural Central Texas take dual …

Vista: February 2023

GTF Scholars share their stories The GTF Scholars program was the first of its kind in Texas, designed in 2012 to help Early College High School graduates thrive in college and earn a bachelor’s degree at a lower cost and with less debt. Because of the unequivocal success of the program, Greater Texas Foundation has approved $12 million …

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