Pruitt Foundation



The Pruitt Foundation was founded in 2004 by Cecil Pruitt, Jr., a successful real estate tycoon. His vision was simple, he wanted to make a difference in people’s lives. The foundation’s early roots were cemented in helping disadvantaged children reach their full potential and joined forces with the Youth for Tomorrow organization to achieve that mission.

As the foundation grew it branched out into other areas and has provided funds to other non-profit organizations. The foundation funded an endowment scholarship through the Guadalupe County Aggie Mom’s Club, and helped pay the medical bills for people by donating money to the Health Well Foundation, and We Will Survive Cancer. The foundation supports our military veterans and their families by supporting organizations like Disabled Sports USA and Luke’s Wings. The foundation provided help to those in need during the holidays by donating money to Blessed Angel’s Community Center. Preserving our planet is also important and the foundation has donated money to organizations like The Mote Marina Laboratory and Save Our Seabirds to help them protect the fragile planet that we call home.

Through Mr. Pruitt’s philanthropy he is making a difference in people’s lives. Although the initial focus was on children, the foundation has grown to encompass humanity and will continue to provide the funding to further Mr. Pruitt’s vision for years to come.


TCP Marriage & Family Services


TCP Marriage & Family Services, is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization that provides individuals and families with fundamental skills and resources needed to attain a better quality of life. 

​Our organization supports Texas residents in need through in-kind and monetary donations, counseling, community resources and training, as well as educational workshops covering topics such as: Mental Health Misconceptions, Early Childhood Intervention, Benefit Assistance, Planning for Retirement, Saving for College, Student Federal Aid, Student Loan Repayment, Buying Your 1st Home, Making Home Affordable Program, Affordable Healthcare Act, and Credit Repair.

Who We Help​​

  • We help Texas 501 (c) (3) non-profit organizations through the donation of non-food items to help fulfill their mission needs. The network of charitable organizations to whom we donate to provide aid to people in need including: children, at-risk youth, the homeless, older Americans who are struggling or ill, battered women, the illiterate, the unemployed or under-employed, victims of domestic abuse, disaster survivors, e​tc. 
  • We provide donations directly to Texas residents who have experienced disasters (fires, hurricanes, etc.) emergency situations (death of parent, domestic abuse victims, etc.) or financial hardships (short term assistance due to loss of job, divorce, etc.)​.


King's Angels


KJ's Angels provides resources and services that help eliminate child abuse. Our goal is to help prevent child abuse by reducing stressors in people’s lives, advocating for children who are unable to speak for themselves, and bringing awareness to the community of the benefits of mental, emotional, physical and social health.