Harrington Regional

Medical Campus

Grant Program


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The mission of the Harrington Regional Medical Campus (HRMC) is to promote quality of life in the Texas Panhandle through exceptional healthcare, education, and research. One way HRMC works to fulfill this mission is to award annual grants to entities located in the HRMC campus as well as to nonprofits throughout the 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle with healthcare related programs and services that fit the HRMC mission. HRMC launched the HRMC Resident Grant Program, HRMC Scholarship Grant Program, and HRMC Community Health Grant Program in 2016. The intent of the grant programs is to improve the quality and accessibility of healthcare ultimately leading to an improved quality of life for residents of the top 26 counties in the Texas Panhandle.  

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HRMC Resident Grant Program

The HRMC Resident Grant Program is for Medical Center campus resident nonprofit institutions and other facilities located at the Medical Center. Funds are allocated on a competitive grant basis for capital improvements and projects. Preference for funding will be given to Ronald McDonald House, Turn Center, Amarillo Botanical Gardens, Don Harrington Discovery Center, and Coffee Memorial Blood Center.

HRMC Scholarship Grant Program

 The HRMC Scholarship Grant Program grants funds on a yearly basis to local institutions (Amarillo College, Clarendon College, Frank Phillips Community College, Texas Tech University – Amarillo campus, and West Texas A&M University).  The funds are allocated to scholarships for area students and professionals pursuing health care related education.  The scholarship recipients are selected by the institutions and must demonstrate a commitment to locate in the region and contribute to area communities.  If you are a college student interested in applying for the HRMC Scholarship please contact the school you attend to inquire about the application process.

HRMC Community Health Grant Program

The HRMC Community Health Grant Program is open to eligible organizations located throughout the 26 county region.  Funds are allocated on a competitive grant basis for capital projects, capacity building, innovative projects, and research projects.  A high priority is given to project-related proposals as well as challenge and/or matching grants.



Applicant must hold a current tax-exempt status under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code. This includes: traditional agencies that have current 501(c)(3) status; a recognized government entity requesting funds for public charitable purposes; K-12 public schools; community colleges or universities; or churches/faith-based organizations for projects benefitting the community at large. Individuals are not eligible applicants. (See graphic to help determine eligibility.)

Applicant must provide appropriate financial statements:

Annual Operating Budget

Corresponding IRS Requirement

Financial Information Required

<$50,000990-N (Postcard)Internal financial statements*
$50,000-$499,999990-EZ or 990IRS 990 Form

*statement of activities (i.e. income/expense statement) and a statement of financial position (i.e. balance sheet)
**annual financial audit completed by independent CPA using Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)

The Amarillo Area Foundation (including each of its programs and related organizations) does not discriminate – nor limit participation in any of its programs – on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, political affiliation, military service, physical or mental ability, or any other improper criteria. All organizations or entities receiving assistance of any kind from Amarillo Area Foundation must also agree to follow these rules regarding any program supported by AAF.

Applicant must use grant funds within and for the benefit of the residents and communities of the 26 northernmost counties of the Texas Panhandle.

Proposals will not be accepted from organizations that have not fulfilled the reporting requirements of any previous HRMC grant awards.

Proposals that have been previously declined will not be accepted without significant change.
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Amarillo College School of Vocational Arts
Veterans Administration Hospital
Bivins Memorial Nursing Home
Ten-acre site for Amarillo State Center for Human Development
Killgore Children’s Psychiatric Center and Hospital
Psychiatric Hospital, Northwest Texas Hospital (Amarillo Hospital District)
School Of Health Sciences (Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, and Other Paramedical Programs)
Site for Garden Center, Amarillo Council of Garden Clubs
High Plains Baptist Hospital (BSA)


The Harrington Regional Medical Campus is the “triangle” that is made South of 9th Ave., East of Coulter St., and Northwest of Amarillo Boulevard.