Grant Process

Holthouse Foundation for Kids gives grants to non-profit, tax exempt organizations as indicated by Section 501 (c) (3) and 509 (a) (1) and (2) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Grants will not be considered for the following purposes:

  • Individuals
  • Political or legislative causes
  • Debt service
  • To establish a foundation, trust or interest-bearing account.


Letters of Inquiry

The foundation accepts inquiry letters on an ongoing basis throughout the year, though the letter is not required to make a formal grant application request.

Upon receiving your inquiry letter, the foundation will either invite you to submit a formal application or deny your request at that time.

Please note, an offer by Holthouse Foundation for Kids to submit a proposal should not be interpreted as a sign of ensuing financial support.

Grant Proposals

Grant Proposals are welcome on an ongoing basis throughout the year.
The foundation respectfully asks that the following be submitted with the proposal:


Organization Information

  • A description of the organization, its mission and the nature of its purpose.
  • A detailed description of the proposed project or activity.

Financial Information

  • Current organizational operating budget
  • Budget for specific program to be funded by HFFK
  • Most recently audited financial statement.
  • Most recent copy of status as a tax-exempt organization indicated by section 501(c)(3) and 509 (a)(1) or (2) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Applications may be submitted by mail to:

Grant Request

Holthouse Foundation for Kids

1800 West Loop South, Suite 1875

Houston, TX 77027



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