Charitable Marketplace

When you buy any item for the charitable marketplace in the First United Community Room at Texoma Health Foundation, you choose to support local, national and international charities through your purchase.

Visit the marketplace at 5036 Reba Drive, Denison, Texas 75020

Thistle Farms

Supported by the Reba McEntire Fund, Thistle Farms provides women survivors of trafficking, prositution, and addiction a peaceful place to live and receive support while they focus on living, sober, honest and self-sufficient lives.

Eye Pillow
$ 15.00
Hand Sanitizer
$ 8.00
$ 5.00
Lip Smoothie
$ 5.00
Bug Spray
$ 8.00
Nathan Halfmann Fund

The Nathan Halfmann Memorial Fund swag helps award the “Be A Friend” Scholarship to a Pottsboro High School student who thinks of others first.

$ 10.00
$ 15.00
$ 10.00
Callie Clinic

Proceeds from the sales of this cookbook directly support the Callie Clinic serving the people of Grayson, Cooke, & Fannin Counties. Since 1991 the Callie Clinic has been the sole provider for Texomans impacted by HIV/AIDs.

$ 10.00
Texoma Health Foundation

THF is our sister company. Their Grants and Giving program is sponsored by the Texoma Giving Partners Community Fund!

Black Cap
$ 10.00
Tan Cap
$ 10.00
THF Park

Established in 2018, THF Park is an excellent example of place based philanthropy. They serve the surrounding communities by providing excellent green spaces to engage in exercise, sports, and community.

$ 10.00
Reba’s Ranch House

Reba’s Ranch House is our sister organization providing lodging to families with loved ones in area hospitals.

Mask Pal
Glasses/Screen Wipe
Youth T-Shirt
Blue Baseball Tee
Black Baseball Tee
Texoma Giving Partners

We strive to make giving simple, impactful and joyful. Our community needs passionate and generous partners, like you, who are willing to make a difference. When you join Texoma Giving Partners, we remove all guesswork so you can focus on the joy of giving.

Happy Healthy Hopeful Baseball Tee
You can collect your items and complete your transaction by visiting the First United Community Room at Texoma Health Foundation.