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Nancy Smith Hurd Foundation

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History of Nancy Smith Hurd

Nancy Smith Hurd was born on March 6, 1926 in San Antonio, Texas. She was a descendent of the McKean family who came to Texas from Tennessee before the fall of the Alamo. She graduated from Alamo Heights High School and attended Trinity University. In 1957 she married the late John G. Hurd of Laredo, Texas, who was a widower with four young children. In 1970 her husband was appointed as Ambassador to the Republic of South Africa, where he served until 1975. Mrs. Hurd was a gracious and talented First Lady of the Embassy during this exciting period in the lives of the family. She was particularly adept at coping with the task of transferring the embassy residence between Capetown and Pretoria every six months.

Mrs. Hurd supported numerous philanthropic organizations addressing needs in education, charity, arts, medical research and nursing. She had a deep respect for the nurses who care for and tend the sick and wounded.

Mission Statement: The Nancy Smith Hurd Foundation will be a trusted funder in Bexar County, Texas, by supporting programs that improve education, health, family well-being, arts, culture, and animal welfare.

The Nancy Smith Hurd Foundation makes distributions on a semi-annual basis. These grants are directed to 501(c)(3) organizations which fall within the principal charitable purposes of the foundation as outlined in Article 5 of the document.

The Nancy Smith Hurd Foundation will consider significant grant requests between $100,000 and $250,000 where the award of the grant would make a major impact in the community; create opportunities to partner with other philanthropic minded funders encouraging community collaboration; fund capital campaigns in progress; and for the advancement of an organization which would not occur without the grant.

Deadline – March 31 and September 30
Decisions – May and November

Only requests submitted by the deadline will be considered. Requests submitted after the deadline are considered in the following year.

To be considered for a grant you must submit a completed grant application online and include a copy of your organization's current IRS Determination Letter, along with any other documents deemed relevant to the request.

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Investments are:
Not FDIC insured
Not guaranteed by the bank
Not a deposit
Not insured by a federal government agency
May lose value

Nancy Smith Hurd Foundation:
Distributions shall be made only to organizations which at the time of distribution are described in Sections 170(c), 2055(a) and 2522(a) of Internal Revenue Code and are entitled to exemption from federal income tax.

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