St. David’s Grants

The $20,000 for these grants comes from revenue generated by Next-to-New, the St. David’s Consignment Resale shop on Burnet Road.

Since 1959, The Next-To-New Shop has been a part of the Austin landscape as the only not-for-profit consignment/resale shop giving back to the community more than three million dollars in grants to local charities. An equal portion is given for the restoration and upkeep of the Historic Church. The Shop is operated by a small staff with a large number of volunteers. The Shop consigns and sells household items, women’s clothing, accessories, china, crystal, dishes and more. The Next-To-New Shop is located at 5435 Burnet Rd. and gladly accepts donations.

Read featured Statesman article about the 60th anniversary of Next-to-New.

Download the Next-to-New 60th anniversary Statesman article. 

Grants Committee for Community Outreach (GCCO)

2019 GCCO Grant Proposal Instructions

2019 GCCO Grant Proposal Form

 

Congratulations to 2019 Grant Recipients

Austin Sunshine Camps (ASC) provide ongoing engagement and support with positive role models for youth and families through healthy relationships and a sense of belonging in a safe and caring environment. The program services children and youth ages 8-18 from low-income homes.

The Salvation Army Area Comand (TSA) has provided services to meet the basic needs of homeless and low-income populations in Central Texas. Their goal is to take local men, women, and children from homelessness into housing. The Salvation Army is an essential part of ending and preventing homelessness in our community. In Austin, The Salvation Army is the largest provider of emergency shelter to women and children.

Congratulations to 2018 Grant Recipients

Saint Louise House
Saint Louise House was founded in 2000 to address the drastic shortage of safe housing and supportive services for homeless women and children. They provide deeply affordable and supportive housing for low income homeless women and their children with the goal of helping families develop long-term stability.

Interfaith Action of Central Texas (iACT)
iACT cultivates peace and respect through interfaith dialogue, service and celebration. They bring together a variety of religious faiths to assist others. iACT has a program wherein they work with refugees, mostly women from the Middle East and Africa, to assist them in working outside the home to help supplement their income.