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Student Aid Foundation Enterprises, Inc.


Last Updated: 2016-07-22

At A Glance

Student Aid Foundation Enterprises, Inc.

800 Commerce St.

Houston, TX United States 77002

Type of Grantmaker

Independent foundation

Financial Data

(yr. ended 2015-06-30)

Assets: $1,273,610

Total giving: $73,923






Established in 1956 in TX

Purpose and Activities

Scholarship awards to underprivileged youth, and also gives support for higher education.

Program Area(s)

The grantmaker has identified the following area(s) of interest:

C.D. Broad Exchange Program

The program is an exchange for students from Rice University in Houston, Texas, and Trinity College, Cambridge University, England, to enhance international understanding and world peace.

Grants to Individuals Program

Scholarships principally to younger students who are residents of Houston, TX, are underprivileged, have learning disabilities or are victims of drug abuse. Students must be nominated by local agencies. College students are eligible only if they are either prior recipients of secondary school assistance or are nominated by a particular college at which the Student Aid Foundation has a program.

J. Curtiss Brown Exchange Program

The program exchanges deserving students with financial need between the University of Texas Law School and La Escuela Libre de Deredo of Mexico City for postgraduate study. Candidates are nominated by schools.

Memorial Hall School Scholarships

Scholarships are given at the secondary school level to disadvantaged children with learning disabilities and/or to dysfunctional foreign students.

Fields of Interest

  • Christianity
  • Diseases and conditions
  • Education
  • Health
  • Health care clinics
  • Human services
  • Musculoskeletal diseases
  • Out-patient medical care
  • Religion
Population Groups
  • Children and youth
  • Christians
  • People with disabilities

Financial Data

Year ended 2015-06-30

Assets: $1,273,610 (market value)

Expenditures: $152,680

Total giving: $73,923

Qualifying distributions: $108,130