As a way to help nonprofits maximize their impact, since 2008, the Webber Family Foundation has offered multi-year, general operating grants to organizations whose missions are closely aligned with the Foundation’s goals and priorities.

The featured nonprofits below are long-time, high-performing Partner Grantees. All Partner grant applications are Board-initiated and by invitation only.

The Foundation’s generosity was instrumental in creating a vital and enduring organizational structure that infuses our teaching and learning with a broadly humanistic, global perspective.

Stuart TartCorporate and Foundation Relations Director, Montgomery College

With the help from WFF, we are proud that one of our high schools, KIPP Austin Collegiate, continues to be ranked by US News & World Report as the 3rd best high school in the Austin metro area, and that collectively, our 2020 class has been offered $28 million in institutional grants and scholarships!

Justin ScottRegional Superintendent, KIPP Texas

With the Foundation's support, we were able to improve our programming by updating our curriculum in STEM and humanities and codifying our social-emotional work.

Thalia Theodore WashingtonExecutive Director, Higher Achievement DC Metro

Our 14 year relationship with The Webber Family Foundation has been critical to our mission of ensuring all children become strong readers by 3rd grade. Foundation staff have been true thinking partners throughout this time—asking the right questions, encouraging innovation, assisting with capacity building, making introductions to other organizations in our space, and providing generous financial support.

Mary Ellen IsaacsDirector, Literacy First

With the help of the Webber Family Foundation we were literally able to lay the groundwork for the development of hundreds of new school programs across the nation engaging tens of thousands of kids in quality music instruction.

Matthew HinsleyExecutive Director, Austin Classical Guitar