TMAF-funded projects are selected on their ability to target urgent health needs affecting large segments of Texas residents with measurable results. Projects often involve public-private partnerships to maximize effectiveness and enable efforts to be tailored to meet local needs.
TMAF is proud to have granted more than $8.3 million to award-winning, physician-driven initiatives.
TMAF offers a variety of funding opportunities to members of the TMA and TMAA "Family of Medicine" for programs that address the needs in their communities. Learn more about grant and award opportunities offered throughout the year (including deadlines) and see if you qualify to apply.
Each year TMAF accepts applications from county medical societies, alliance and medical student chapters for community health improvement programs. Society and alliance chapters may apply for up to $7,500 in matching funds from the TMAF Medical Community Grant Program and medical student chapters may apply for up to $3,000 in matching funds from the TMAF Medical Student Community Leadership Grants Program.
All Community Grants
The Family of Funds serves as the umbrella for TMAF funds and endowments that support the charitable health improvement and education goals of TMA and TMAA members and the related efforts of TMA county medical societies and TMA alliance and medical student chapters.
All Educational Grants
All TMA Foundation Resources
TMAF grants are open to members of TMA and the TMA Alliance "Family of Medicine." Learn about each opportunity and see who qualifies.
For eligible applicants, or to report your grant results – login to the Grants and Awards Portal. Current grant deadlines are also listed.
Available Grants List
Grants, Awards Portal
In January, TMAF honors an outstanding local or statewide program with the John P. McGovern Champion of Health Award, which focuses on exceptional initiatives in Texas that address urgent threats to the public’s health and those that further TMAF’s mission “to help physicians create a healthier future for all Texans.” Nominations open Aug. 1 with an Oct. 31 deadline.
Got questions for the TMA Foundation? Contact Sean Dunham.
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