TMF is making a positive impact on individuals, churches and communities.
See how TMF is helping others to steward their potential to create a better world.
“Houston: reVision is thrilled to join with TMF in stirring the United Methodist Church’s passion to make a long-lasting, hope-filled difference in our world by helping us raise up hundreds of mentors for kids who have no one,” said Charles Rotramel, CEO of Houston: reVision.
Dr. Charles Laing served as the 3rd President of the Texas Methodist Foundation from 1978-1993. Under Dr. Laing’s leadership, TMF experienced unprecedented growth and earned a well-deserved reputation for investing in the people of the United Methodist Church.
The Missional Wisdom Foundation used grants from TMF to purchase an abandoned home in Waco and start a monastic community.
By creating monastic communities where students can live together to explore Christian service, the Missional Wisdom Foundation is developing new leaders with unique insights.
For one young man, Wesley-Rankin Community Center is an oasis of hope in his otherwise troubled neighborhood
Barnett Chapel UMC in Kerrville transformed two vacant lots into The Glory Community Garden, a gathering place that strengthens the community, feeds families and celebrates God.
Christ UMC in Plano used grants from TMF to help individuals who’ve fallen on bad times to start over and work toward their dreams.
Thanks to a loan from TMF, University United Methodist Church in Austin was able to expand and update the facilities they use to feed more than 200 homeless individuals and families every week.
Robert Corey has a special connection to the stately sanctuary at First United Methodist Church in Round Rock. He helped build it. Not by shoveling sand or hammering nails, but by investing in the Individual Fund through the Texas Methodist Foundation.