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Rebuilding Texas Grants

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When disaster strikes a member of our community, we want to work together to lend a helping hand. Resources and donations collected through the Rebuilding Texas Fund are granted to affiliate communities to rebuild and revitalize regions affected by natural disasters that cause widespread destruction and negatively impact the local economy. We will work together to support our mission to improve communities and lift each other up.


2021 Grant Winners

2021 Rebuilding Texas Fund RTF grant winners

The 2021 Rebuilding Texas Fund Grants will provide financial aid to affiliates who are planning restoration or replanting projects after the February 2021 winter storm.

Grants of $500 through $5,000 will be provided through Lowe’s gift cards, which can be used to purchase materials like plants, mulch & dirt, and other landscaping supplies. 

Thank you to Keep America Beautiful for providing the Lowe's gift cards through their Community Restoration and Resiliency Fund. 

The grant recipient communities are: 

Keep Abilene Beautiful 

Keep Big Spring Beautiful

Keep Brushy Creek Beautiful

Keep Chandler Beautiful

Keep The Colony Beautiful

Keep Victoria Beautiful

Keep Whitesboro Beautiful 

Thank you to Dow for providing financial support for the following grant recipient:

 Keep Dickinson Beautiful 

 

2018 Grant Winners

RTF Winners 2018

A year after Hurricane Harvey, Keep Texas Beautiful (KTB), in partnership with Keep America Beautiful, awarded grants to nine affiliate communities in Texas to continue to rebuild and restore their public spaces after the destruction caused by the storm. With contributions from Waste Management, Revolver Brewing and Chevron, as well as generous individual donors, KTB created the Rebuilding Texas Grants program to support restoration projects and long-term recovery efforts in the affected communities.

The grant recipient communities are: 

Keep Aransas County Beautiful
Summary of grant project funded: Land cleanup response team cargo trailer and beautification of Rockport-Fulton highway welcome signs at 2 locations 

Keep Aransas Pass Beautiful
Summary of grant project funded: Restoration of Newbury Park, including repairing/replacing irrigation systems, edging material, vegetation, trimming trees, replacing park bench and picnic benches, and replacing signage.

Keep Cuero Beautiful
Summary of grant project funded: Restoration of trees and landscaping at Cuero Municipal Park  

Keep Friendswood Beautiful
Summary of grant project funded: Median restoration – cleanup of medians and cost of sod for replanting on FM 2351 

Keep Jasper Beautiful
Summary of grant project funded: New recycling bins and pavilion repairs at Sandy Creek Park and Nature Trail 

Keep Lake Jackson Beautiful
Summary of grant project funded: Restoring the Xeriscape and compost park in Lake Jackson 

Keep Seabrook Beautiful
Summary of grant project funded: Replanting and restoration of palm trees on the Main Street Gateway to Seabrook 

Keep Sugar Land Beautiful
Summary of grant project funded: Replanting and restoration of Brazos River Park and Sugar Land Memorial Park

Keep Weston Lakes Beautiful
Summary of grant project funded: Restoration and beautification of Pecan Park

Thank you to everyone who has helped support this program and our deserving affiliate community winners.


Community projects funded through the Rebuilding Texas Fund

Check out pictures of completed projects from the nine grant recipient communities. 


 

The Rebuilding Texas Fund was established in August 2017 by Keep Texas Beautiful to support our affiliate communities impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Resources and donations collected through the Fund are granted to affiliate communities through the Rebuilding Texas Grants to fund rebuilding and revitalization projects in areas affected by natural disaster and other intense destruction.

The Rebuilding Texas Grants will provide financial aid to affiliates who are hoping to undergo rebuilding or restoration projects such as:

  • Continuing cleanup and debris removal efforts
  • Replanting and rebuilding public spaces (parks, main street areas, trails, etc.)
  • Creating community through garden or trail projects
  • Replacing infrastructure that may have been damaged or lost (trash cans, park benches, safety railings, etc.)
  • Repairing damaged public property
  • Education initiatives for disaster preparedness or disaster debris management (workshops for public officials, public education and outreach campaign, etc.)

Interested in donating to our standing Rebuilding Texas Fund? Current donations will be used to help Texas communities recover in response to Covid-19 and the February 2021 winter storms.

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Thank you to all of our Rebuilding Texas Fund Donors

 

Revolver Brewing
Waste Management
Chevron