In addition to the philanthropic awards listed below, Sooch Foundation board also contributed a program-related investment (PRI) to the Austin Housing Conservancy to invest in long-term equity for moderate and middle-income housing affordability in Austin.

American Youthworks: To fund the Casa Verde Builders program for high school dropouts and undereducated youth and adults provides charter school diploma or GED and marketable homebuilding skills

Assistance League of Austin – Support to the Sooch scholarship program

Capital IDEA: In support to increase participation to its skilled trades program

Code2College – To increase the number of minority and low-income high school students who enter and excel in STEM undergraduate majors and careers

E4 Youth –  Support a paid summer internships or shadow program, for low-income students interested in the arts

Economic Growth Business Incubator – Located in East Austin, with a mission of providing business education classes and support to entrepreneurs interested in establishing and growing small, local businesses

Friends of the Children: In support of its professional mentors program in Austin

Jeremiah Program – To support its two-generation program, preparing mothers to excel in the workforce and preparing their children to succeed in school

Level. – To empower people in prison to find purpose, personal development and valuable job-related skills that break the destructive cycle of incarceration

LifeWorks – To break cycles of instability by providing the support and services youth experiencing homelessness need to thrive

PelotonU – To fund college scholarships and mentoring

San Juan Diego High School –  In support of its scholarship program

Skillpoint Alliance – To provide a gateway for individuals to transform their lives through rigorous skills-based training and education

Texas Empowerment Academy – To fund general operating expenses to the Academy’s middle school

Todos Juntos Learning Center -In support to the adult ESL component of family literacy model for East and South Austin community