The Community Foundation of West Texas (CFWT) is pleased to announce the awarding of Community Campaign Fund grants totaling $38,157.50 to four local non-profit organizations. The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal Goodfellows program began decades ago to help those less fortunate. Human compassion and the giving spirit builds community one person at a time. It continues today with funds to Big Brothers Big Sisters, CASA of the South Plains, Family Guidance & Outreach Center of Lubbock, and the Ronald McDonald House who help our friends and neighbors.
CFWT President Stephen P. Warren states, "From those you are helping whom will never know your big heart, compassion, and your kindness, we say thank you for being a part of the Goodfellows Community Campaign Fund for 2018."
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Stephen P. Warren and Big Brothers Big Sisters Executive Director Melissa Corley
CASA of the South Plains
Stephen P. Warren and CASA of the South Plains Executive Director Jaclyn Morris
Family Guidance & Outreach Center of Lubbock
Stephen P. Warren and Family Guidance & Outreach Center Executive Director Abby Reed
Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Southwest
Stephen P. Warren and Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Southwest Executive Director Dina Jeffries and Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Southwest Chief Cheer Officer Jax
The Community Foundation of West Texas currently administers two hundred and ninety-six (296) funds with assets exceeding $43 million. Hundreds of grants and scholarships are awarded each year to address community needs in the areas of education, social services, health and human services, arts and culture, and civic and community. The Community Foundation of West Texas exists to help people who care about the Lubbock and the South Plains area to invest - at any level - in its future.