Strengthening Our Nation’s Communities
The people we serve are the reason GrantWorks exist. We’re committed to providing exceptional services that have a long-lasting positive impact in our communities.
GrantWorks works side-by-side with communities to acquire and implement transformational, grant funded programs that improve the quality of life in the areas where we live, work, and play.
People First. Purpose Driven. Heart Led.
For over 40 years, GrantWorks has assisted hundreds of families and communities and over 600 state, county, and city government entities in the delivery of successful federal- and state-funded infrastructure, single and multi-family housing, community and economic development, broadband, and disaster recovery, mitigation, and resilience programs.
Who We Serve
- State, county, city, or another political subdivision of a state
- District organizations
- Native American Tribes or a consortium of Native American Tribes
- Institutions of higher education
- Public or private non-profit organization or association acting in cooperation with officials of a political subdivision of a state
- Organizations seeking to help underserved communities
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Medical Debt Relief
Relieving Medical Debt throughout Texas
Over $10M Contributed for Debt Relief
COVID-19 Pandemic Impact Relief
180 Cities & Counties throughout Texas & Florida
$800M American Rescue Plan Act
Approximately 180+ cities and counties throughout Texas and Florida worked alongside prime vendors Horne and Tidal Basin to secure professional administrative and grant management services. GrantWorks supported these efforts to help communities receive over $800 million in ARPA funds to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic’s negative economic impact. This was accomplished by assisting residents, businesses, non-profits, and impacted local industries through premium pay to essential workers, aid due to revenue loss, and investments in water, sewer, and broadband infrastructure.
Hurricane Ike Infrastructure Improvement
Texas’s Response to Hurricane Ike
$435.6M Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery Program
In 2013, Hurricane Ike devastated housing, businesses, municipal facilities, and infrastructure throughout Texas. GrantWorks worked with multiple communities to procure grant management and technical advisory to strategically invest $435.6M worth of FEMA and CDBG-DR funds in neighborhoods and public facilities to encourage a broader economic recovery.