Projects

The $30 million Qatar Harvey Fund has specific focus areas that are critical to ensure Houston and southeast Texas recover fully and thrive

The Qatar Harvey Fund supports the following projects:

  • $6 million to the Bob Woodruff Foundation to support organizations serving veterans impacted by Hurricane Harvey
  • $5,549,580 to the Rebuild Texas Fund, a collaborative project of the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation and OneStar Foundation, to grant:
    • $1,246,837 to Learning Undefeated for the construction and operation of two mobile science laboratories
    • $1,154,116 to Lamar University for scholarships and student support services
    • $1M to Texas A&M University for scholarships and student support services
    • $622,627 to the Boys & Girls Clubs in Texas
    • $500,000 to the University of Houston System for student scholarships
    • $426,000 to Target Hunger to restore warehouse and food pantry capacity in North and East Houston damaged by Hurricane Harvey
    • $300,000 to Houston Community College for student scholarships
    • $300,000 to Lone Star College for student scholarships
  • $4,988,121 to the Blue Triangle Community Center in Houston’s Third Ward neighborhood
  • $3,196,611.43 to Habitat for Humanity to fund repair and rebuilding of homes damaged by Hurricane Harvey
    • $1,339,654.45 to Houston Habitat for Humanity to repair 26 homes in Harris County damaged during Hurricane Harvey
    • $1,250,000 to Golden Crescent Habitat for Humanity to rebuild 10 homes in Refugio County destroyed during Hurricane Harvey
    • $606,956.98 to Habitat for Humanity of Jefferson County to repair 27 homes and rebuild 1 home in Jefferson and Orange Counties damaged during Hurricane Harvey
  • $2.5 million to the City of Houston Mayor’s Fund to Reduce Homelessness, administered by the Greater Houston Community Foundation
  • $2.5 million to Harris County towards the renovation of the Riverside Hospital Center
  • $2 million to Harris County Precinct 1 for five new soccer fields at Blue Ridge Park that will also serve as flood mitigation basins
  • $1,724,574 to Multicultural Education and Counseling through the Arts (MECA), a cultural and community center in Houston’s historic Old Sixth Ward
  • $1.3 million to Harris County Precinct 4 for three new soccer fields at Alabonson Park that will also serve as flood mitigation basins
  • $241,113.57 to the Wesley A.M.E. Church in Houston’s Third Ward neighborhood
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Projects Announced
of the $30M Pledge