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  • Community Partner Spotlight

    Community Partner Spotlight









    Tejano Center's partnership with BBVA has steadily grown over the past 15 years. Below are a few highlights of this successful partnership:
    • 2018 Project Blue Elf - Building on the tradition of joy and surprise, Project Blue Elf rewarded a Tejano Center family for working towards their personal financial goals.
    • BBVA Foundation - Since 2010, the Tejano Center has received financial support from the BBVA Foundation.
    • Center for Financial Education - In 2018 & continuing this year, the Tejano Center has been a community partner with BBVA in the execution of financial education workshops.
    • BBVA "Human Capital: Maria Pereyra-Gonzalez, a BBVA Branch Retail Executive, has served on the Tejano Center Board of Directors for 15 years.










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  • NeighborhoodLIFT

    NeighborhoodLIFT

    $15,000 may be available for you to buy a home.
    Interested? Learn more visit HoustonLIFT


    The Tejano Center for Community Concerns is proud to once again be part of the Neighborhood Lift program in Houston! The collaboration with Wells Fargo, NeighborWorks America, Avenue Community Development Corporation and Fifth Ward Community Redevelopment Corportation provides eligible home buyers with $15,000 to use toward down payment and closing costs on qualified homes in the city of Houston. For qualified veterans and service members, teachers, paraprofessionals, law enforcement officers, firefighters and emergency medical technicians, the program provide $17,500.



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  • Padres Comprometidos

    Padres Comprometidos


    Padres Comprometidos is a parent engagement program whose primary goal is the fostering of a strong connection between schools and parents.

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  • Need Home Repairs Due to Hurricane Harvey Damage?

    Need Home Repairs Due to Hurricane Harvey Damage?

    Are you a homeowner in the following zip codes?

    77011, 77012, 77017,77020, 77023, 77087

    You may be eligible for home repair assistance.

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  • $5,000 Grant Awarded

    $5,000 Grant Awarded

    UnidosUS has awarded Tejano Center for Community Concerns (TCCC) a grant of $5,000 to implement the Entre Mujeres Program.

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  • Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation

    Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation

    Our school has been adopted by the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation!!

    We are so excited!!! Each one of our students will have a My Home Library!!!

    Click to find out more about the Barbara Bush Foundation For Family Literacy

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  • Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund

    Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund

    Click for more information.

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  • Mayor Turner's Community Forum

    Mayor Turner's Community Forum

    Attend this meeting to ask questions about immigration issues and how it affects the delivery of City Services.

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  • Thank you to our Sponsors

    Thank you to our Sponsors

    Tejano Center & Raul Yzaguirre Schools for Success would like to take the time to thank all of our generous sponsors & State Rep. Mary Ann Perez District 144 who support the 2017 Annual Golf Tournament.

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  • Save the Date! Click here for more info!

    Save the Date! Click here for more info!

    For more information please contact Mr. Kinney Garcia I 832-431-7300 I KinneyG@tejanocenter.org or Ms. Jessica Villarreal I 713-640-3793 I Villarrealj@tejanocenter.org

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  • Mayor Turner Issues Statement on Immigration

    Mayor Turner Issues Statement on Immigration

    Mayor Turner Issues Statement on Immigration
    "I know there are a lot of immigrant & refugee families and children who are afraid and worried right now about what might happen to them. I want them to know that Houston is, and always has been, a welcoming city, where we value and appreciate diversity. HPD is not the Immigration & Customs Enforcement agency. We don’t profile, and we are not going to start profiling people to determine whether they are here illegally. It hasn’t happened under previous mayors, and it will not happen under my administration."

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  • Science and Engineering Fair of Houston

    Science and Engineering Fair of Houston

    Since 1960, SEFH has coordinated the regional science and engineering fair competition for public and private junior/middle and senior high schools in Houston and the surrounding 22-county area. The counties included in this service region are Austin, Brazoria, Calhoun, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Hardin, Harris, Jackson, Jasper, Jefferson, Matagorda, Montgomery, Newton, Orange, Polk, San Jacinto, Trinity, Tyler, Walker, Waller, and Wharton, and Grimes (with the exception of Navasota ISD).

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