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Impact Stories

The grants made from our donors' funds to support charitable causes have a positive impact in our community each year. Check out videos showcasing some of these impact stories.
#Abilanthropy Story: CCA and Camp Courage Children
CCA, its volunteers, and countless children are part of the $100m of impact, and this is their #Abilanthropy story.
#Abilanthropy Story: NCCIL & Brokaw Family
The Brokaw family and NCCIL are part of CFA's $100 million of impact, and this is their #Abilanthropy story.
#Abilanthropy Story: Grant & Abi
Grant and Abi are part of the CFA $100 million of impact, and this is their #Abilanthropy story.
#Abilanthropy Story: Michael Martinez
Michael Martinez part of the $100m of impact, and this is his #Abilanthropy story.
#Abilanthropy Story: Bobby Westbrook
CFA and our donors have provided a number of grants over the years to support Presbyterian Medical Care Mission, a clinic for low-income residents with difficulty affording insurance.
#Abilanthropy Story: Day Nursery of Abilene
Day Nursery of Abilene has received a variety of grants over the years from Community Foundation of Abilene grant cycles and donors.
#Abilanthropy Story: Luckie Williams
Luckie Williams, who lived at Ben Richey Boys Ranch from 1988-1992, recalls building the fence that was funded by a CFA grant in 1989. Luckie and Ben Richey are part of the $100 million of impact, and this is their #Abilanthropy story.
Theatre Productions Offer Unique Experience for Children with Special Needs
A grant helped the Paramount Theatre develop tailored production of the children’s shows to allow special needs children to have an enjoyable live theatre experience.