Located west of Lufkin, the Boggy Slough Conservation Area contains some of the oldest and most ecologically significant hardwood forest … Read More ... about Boggy Slough Conservation Area
Health - 40%
The foundation is interested in improving the overall health of our region because poor health status often limits residents’ ability to earn a high-quality education, maintain a sustaining job, and avoid poverty.Conservation & the Environment - 4%
The foundation primarily focuses its conservation and environmental efforts on the forest and bottomland ecosystems of the Neches River basin in the Boggy Slough Conservation AreaEconomic Development & Community Revitalization - 9%
The foundation invests in organizations and initiatives committed to improving opportunities for the most economically challenged communities in our service area.
Human Services - 18%
The foundation continues to invest in programs and organizations that ensure the needs are being met of the most vulnerable residents in our service area.Education - 22%
The foundation prioritizes investments that address the region’s low rates of educational attainment to improve outcomes related to poverty, health, and economic development.Arts and Culture - 5%
The foundation supports programs and organizations that provide residents of our service area access to artistic and cultural experiences.
The T.L.L. Temple Foundation works alongside families and communities to build a thriving Deep East Texas and to alleviate poverty, creating access and opportunities for all
NORTH LUFKIN LOOKS TO THE FUTURE In 2015, the foundation launched a project to better understand the assets and priorities of the North … Read More ... about North Lufkin
Keeler Grant Program
KEELER GRANT PROGRAM In 2012, the Keeler Grant Program was established through a testamentary gift to the T. L. L. Temple Foundation by … Read More ... about Keeler Grant Program