Grants

Proceeds from our wonderful Fort Sam Houston Thrift Shop generate funding for community grants. We extend a sincere “thank you” to our customers, consigners, volunteers and employees for making these grants possible to better the JBSA Community.

APPLICATION GUIDELINES:
The Spouses’ Club of the Fort Sam Houston Area (SCFSHA) Charitable Organization gives Community Grants on a bi-annual basis.  Recipient organizations contribute significantly to the well-being of JBSA area families and to the quality of life in the JBSA-Fort Sam Houston area.

ELIGIBILITY/SELECTION: 
Any non-profit organization supporting the welfare of the Armed Forces and their families located at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston area is eligible to apply. Grant selections will be made by the Community Grants Committee during the Fall and Spring.  Spring application dates are January 1, 2021 through April 1, 2021. All applications are due by midnight April 1, 2021. Please submit applications and questions via email to grants@scfsh.org. We encourage (but do not require) confirming your application has been received prior to the deadline. All grant checks must be deposited within 90 days; if not deposited within 90 days, they should be returned to the SCFSHA Charitable Organization and a new application should be submitted the followings awards cycle.

APPLICATION:
Community Grant Application Form (Fillable)

Selection for receipt of the Spouses’ Club of Fort Sam Houston Area Charitable Organization’s Grant funds will be made without regard to race, sex, religion or national origin.


Past Grant Recipients Include:
Family Service Association
Cougar PTO
TAPS
Military Child Education Coalition
Boy Scout Troop 23
Girl Scouts
Semper Fi Fund
Angels of America’s Fallen
BAMC Auxiliary
Purple Up
USO
San Antonio Food Bank
Fort Sam Houston Elementary School
Warrior Family Fund
BAMC Fisher House
Knights of Heroes Foundation
59th Training Booster Club
IPASS
Patriot Pups & Ponies
Military Family Readiness Center
US Army Birthday Ball
Cole Middle School
Cole High School
National Military Association
Cougar Paws
SAMMC Pediatrics
Dogs on Deployment
National Military Family Association
Robert G. Cole H.S. Project Graduation
Wreaths Across America
Military Readiness
Cole High School Senior Class Trip
BAMC Aquatic Therapy Center (Intrepid)
Robert G. Cole High School Band
Operation Homefront
Children’s Association for Maximum Potential
Fisher House – Brooke Army Medical Center
-and others-

The SCFSHA Charitable Organization is not part of the Department of Defense or any of its components.  It has no governmental status.