Community Impact Grant Partners

Through Community Impact Grants, United Way of the Brazos Valley is investing over $350,000 in 2016-2017 to support programs demonstrating measurable impacts in the areas of education, financial stability and health. 

Adult & Teen Challenge of Texas

Men's Transitional Living Campus in Brenham, Texas


Aggieland Pregnancy Outreach

Outreach to Teen Parents through the Mama Club


American Red Cross- Heart of Texas Chapter

Relief and Recovery When Disaster Strikes


Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Brazos Valley

Mentoring Youth to Build Assets for Success


Brazos Valley Center for Independent Living

Independent Living and Life Skills Training Services


Brazos Valley Council on Alcohol and Substance Abuse

Adult Outpatient Treatment Program


Easter Seals East Texas

Early Childhood Intervention

Wellness and Rehabilitation Therapy at Brazos Valley Rehabilitation Center


Family Promise of Bryan-College Station

Housing Services for Low-Income Families


Health for All, Inc.

Preventative Healthcare and Chronic Disease Management for the Uninsured


North Bryan Community Center

Reading and Educational After-School Program


Project Unity

Special Health Services

Child Abuse Prevention through Parenting Wisely Classes


Sexual Assault Resource Center

Crisis and Advocacy Services for Sexual Assault Survivors

Primary Prevention Education to Decrease Sexual Violence


Son-Shine Outreach Center, Inc.

Food Pantry and Rent Assistance Program


Texas Ramp Project

Wheelchair Ramps for the Elderly and Disabled


The Prenatal Clinic, in collaboration with Scotty's House Child Advocacy Center

Child Abuse Prevention through Parent Education During Pregnancy


The Salvation Army

Food Pantry and Rent Assistance Program


Twin City Mission

Rapid Re-housing Program for the Homeless