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The July 2018 Funding Cycle is Now Closed!!
*The October Cycle will Open August 6, 2018*

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The 2018 Scholarship Application is Now Closed!!
*2019 Scholarship Application will Open November 1, 2018*

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The Harvey E. Najim Family Foundation

Building Hope for Future Generations

Established in December 2006, the Harvey E. Najim Family Foundation is aimed at helping children’s charitable organizations in the greater San Antonio area. Mr. Najim used $75 million of the proceeds from an equity partnership transaction to initially create the Harvey E. Najim Family Foundation.

Established in December 2006, the Harvey E. Najim Family Foundation is aimed at helping children’s charitable organizations in the greater San Antonio area. Mr. Najim used $75 million of the proceeds from an equity partnership transaction to initially create the Harvey E. Najim Family Foundation.

“For more than thirty years, I have been focused on building and creating a successful business,” said Najim. “This foundation allows me to move from being a successful business leader to becoming a community leader focused on the needs of others.”

HARVEY E. NAJIM - FOUNDER

Featured Spotlight Organization

VisionWorks, Inc.

VisionWorks, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established to enhance the lives of children, and their families, who are dealing with a life-threatening illness through residential camping and other outdoor experiences designed to positively affect their emotional, physical and spiritual needs. In 2013, VisionWorks assumed the responsibility of Camp Discovery from the American Cancer Society (ACS).

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New Program LAUNCH: Super Summer Readers

The Najim Family Foundation, The Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio, SA Youth and San Antonio Youth Literacy (SAYL) are launching the Super Summer Readers Program that focuses on the importance of summer reading. Conceived and funded by Harvey E. Najim, the purpose of the Super Summer Readers program is to assess the impact that adult reading mentorship and guidance can have on youth reading progress, especially during the Summer months when academic learning loss can be prevented. The pilot program will include 500 rising 3rd, rising 4th, and rising 5th-grade students and aims at preventing the lower academic achievements that are seen at the start of a new school year then they were at the beginning of summer break.