The Ganado Boy Scouts, under the auspices of the Boy Scouts of America, “provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness.” (Mission Statement of the BSA) The Young Family Foundation has helped foster the activities of the Ganado Boy Scouts for numerous years. The foundation’s most recent contribution has been a grant given to the scouts for the purpose of remodeling the Scout Hut in Ganado, Texas. The Scout Hut provides a site for the scouts to hold weekly troop meetings as well as an area to store troop equipment and materials used throughout the year. Troop 135 has been sponsored by the Ganado Rotary Club for over 63 years. The Ganado Rotary Club is credited as being the longest-sponsoring Rotary Club of a Boy Scout Troop in the State of Texas. The troop was first chartered
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Local non-profit awards grants in Ganado, Louise, Markham and El Campo Each year, the Young Family Foundation accepts grant applications and carefully selects recipients for community grants. The Young Family Foundation is pleased to announce the 2020 recipients (listed below photo gallery): Community of Ganado Ganado First
The Young Family Foundation recently awarded 8 scholarships to 2020 graduates from Ganado, Louise, Tidehaven, and El Campo High Schools. The makes 110 scholarships since the Foundation was established in 2000. The Young Family Foundation’s main focus is to foster the benefits of a higher education. Each of the 2020
The Young Family Foundation recently awarded 7 scholarships to 2019 graduates from Ganado, Louise, Tidehaven, and El Campo High Schools. This brings the total scholarships awarded, since the Foundation was established, to 102 recipients and these 102 scholarships have a total value of $1,120,000.00. The Young Family Foundation’s main focus