Funding Opportunities

The Hogg Foundation invests in programs, policy analysis, research and education through grants, scholarships and fellowships to transform how communities promote mental health in everyday life.

Current Opportunities

The foundation builds capacity through planning, implementation, collaboration, and evaluation grants to eligible organizations and institutions. All open requests for proposals are posted on this page. Subscribe to our emails to stay informed about our funding opportunities and impact.


“People may still be people, but ways of working with them undergo one little or major breakthrough after another.

Robert Lee Sutherland

Former Executive Director, Hogg Foundation

On-Going Initiatives

Ima Hogg Scholarships in Mental Health

Annual scholarships of $5,000 each for graduate students of accredited social work programs in Texas.

Mental Health Policy Fellows and Policy Academy 

The program increases individuals’ and organizations’ capacity and expertise to advance mental health policy in Texas, while also increasing the consumer voice in policy development and implementation.

Pathways for Success

Pathways for Successful Transition increase opportunities for success of transition-age youth of color (ages 14-24) and their families by strengthening their mental health and well-being.

Frances Fowler Wallace Dissertation Award

Annual awards of $3,000 each for dissertation research by doctoral students in Texas.

Moore Fellowship for Doctoral Research

An annual award of $20,000 for a doctoral student at UT Austin completing a dissertation on the human experience.

Stephany June Bryan Scholarship

Scholarships in honor of Stephany June Bryan, the late Hogg Foundation Senior Program Officer and Consumer & Family Liaison.

Awarded Grants

Our grants aim to advance mental health, achieve health equity, and promote well-being in Texas.

Funding Strategy

We invest in mental health programs and services, analysis, research and education.

Grantee Success Stories

Our grantees are making strides for the mental health of Texans.