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Texas Rural Nonprofit Network

Strengthening rural communities through nonprofit development

Texas nonprofits play an important role in building thriving rural communities.

Texas rural communities are a vibrant and essential part of our state, comprising more than 3 million people. These communities often lack access to services and resources that their urban neighbors take for granted, including education opportunities, health care, and broadband infrastructure. Nonprofits help bridge these gaps and possess insight and experience to address the unique needs facing Texas rural communities.

The Texas Rural Nonprofit Network fosters networking, collaboration, community development, and resource sharing among nonprofits to support rural communities. OneStar partners with Resilia, a social impact technology organization, to offer rural nonprofits hands-on tools and templates, one-on-one coaching, and valuable networking and funding opportunities. These benefits will strengthen their volunteer recruitment and engagement strategies.

Texas Rural Nonprofit Network launched its pilot year in fall 2022.

Benefits

Texas Rural Nonprofit Network members have access to a suite of on-demand tools and resources to support organizational growth and impact, which include:

  • Curated resources that support development in storytelling, fundraising, volunteer management, compliance, and much more
  • Unlimited 1:1 consultation with nonprofit coaches on core nonprofit functions
  • Peer-to-peer learning experience that includes workshops for network development and collaboration
  • Tools to capture program outputs, outcomes, and impact narratives
  • 40+ downloadable and customizable templates spanning sample fundraiser plans, elevator pitch, bylaws, and strategic plans
  • Grants database of 60,000 grantmakers and thousands of grant awards to support diversifying funds and increasing mission impact.

Members

  • Cactus Nazarene Ministry Center
    Cactus
  • Cibolo Center for Conservation
    Boerne
  • CitySquare Paris
    Paris
  • Coastal Prairie Conservancy
    Waller
  • Collegiate Edu-Nation
    Roscoe
  • Creative Kids Inc.
    El Paso
  • Fayette Community Foundation
    La Grange
  • Fort Bend Women’s Center
    Richmond
  • Gardenia E. Jannsen Animal Shelter
    La Grange
  • Greater Longview United Way
    Longview
  • Henderson County HELP Center – Maggie’s House
    Athens
  • Hesed House of Wharton
    Wharton
  • Homeland Preparedness Project
    Alvin
  • Kaufman Christian Help Center
    Kaufman
  • Keep Andrews Beautiful
    Andrews
  • MatriArk Village, Inc.
    Caldwell
  • Permian Basin Adult Literacy Center
    Midland
  • Rutherford Ranch Rescue
    Sealy
  • Texas Association of Charitable Clinics
    Austin
  • Texas Christian Professional Women Network
    Beaumont
  • The Boys & Girls Club of the Highland Lakes
    Marble Falls
  • Tiny Evie Rocks
    Tyler
  • United Way of Palo Pinto County, Inc.
    Mineral Wells
  • Willacy County EMS Inc.
    Raymondville
  • Women on the Rock, Inc.
    Palestine

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