Funding Partners


Our expressed gratitude to funding partners listed below who support El Buen.

St. David’s Foundation invests in a healthy community through funding, hard work, and initiatives to better care for the underserved and uninsured.
Episcopal Diocese of Texas logoEpiscopal Foundation of Texas Upon his death, H. H. Coffield left one-third of his estate to the Episcopal Diocese of Texas to support the diocese institutions and to provide gifts, grants, loans or advances to the Bishop Quin Foundation.
Episcopal Health Foundation  focuses on human health and well-being through grants, research, and initiatives in support of the work of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas.
The Michael & Susan Dell Foundation first focused efforts on improving education and children’s health in Central Texas, but has expanded their reach – first nationally and then globally.
  • Austin Community Foundation
  • The Lola Wright Foundation
  • Donald D. Hammill Foundation
  • Shield-Ayres Foundation



Through work in local communities, Applied Materials helps meet basic needs, such as food and housing, works with youth-based programs that encourage leadership and civic involvement, and supports the infrastructure of the nonprofit sector.



BlueCross BlueShield of Texas have been around for more than 80 years, their mission is still focused on providing financially sound health care coverage to as many Texans as possible.


The City of Austin’s Central Texas Diabetes Coalition is a collaboration of public health and community agencies working to improve diabetes prevention and control in Travis County and surrounding counties. It mobilizes community partners to increase access to diabetes self-management and prevention resources, and facilitates policy and environmental changes that lead to healthy lifestyles.


The Community Care Collaborative is Travis County’s new integrated delivery system, a multi-institutional, multi- provider system of healthcare envisioned to provide a coordinated continuum of services to a defined patient population.

WERC logo

WERC is a City of Austin-funded network of 11 strategic partners linked to help prepare Austin-area residents to enter or reenter today’s competitive job market.



Faith-based Organizations


  • All Saints Episcopal Church
  • Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd
  • Episcopal Diocese of Texas
  • Iglesia Episcopal San Francisco de Asís
  • St. Alban’s Episcopal Church
  • St. Andrew’s Episcopal School
  • St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church
  • St. David’s Episcopal Church
  • St. John’s Episcopal Church
  • St. Julian of Norwich Episcopal Church
  • St. Luke’s on the Lake Episcopal Church
  • St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
  • St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church
  • St. Michael’s Episcopal Church



Thanks to the following individuals who support our mission with major gifts:

  • Cindy and Greg Abell
  • Keith and Sheryl Brown
  • Robin and Malcolm Cooper
  • Donna Lou DiDonato
  • Anne S. Ebe
  • Susan and Bobby Epstein
  • Laurie and Ross Garber
  • Iliana Gilman
  • Linda S. Gorzycki
  • The Rt. Rev. Dena Harrison
  • David B. Jemison
  • Velma M. Jordan
  • Catherine and Charles Kline
  • Tracy Laughlin
  • Cathy and James Little
  • Laura Longoria
  • Steven Mobley
  • Michael Nix
  • Alec Rhodes
  • Amanda and Dick Schmidt
  • Beth and Bowman Townsend
  • Mary White
  • Hilary and Stanley Young
  • Luis Zayas, Ph.D.