Foundations & Grants

For decades, Broadway Bank’s Wealth Management Division has proudly served numerous private foundations, charitable trusts, and other charitable endowments.  Broadway provides a single source of grant management services including grant application collection, compliance monitoring, tax filing, grant disbursements, and investment services.  Essentially, we keep private foundations, charitable trusts, and other charitable endowments running smoothly and in compliance with IRS regulations.  We handle all of the details, so donors and grant committees can focus on what matters most, their charitable giving.

We encourage all qualifying charities to make online grant requests through our website.


Elizabeth Huth Coates Charitable Foundation of 1992

Elizabeth Huth Coates Maddux was born December 8, 1909 to Albert V. Huth and Theresa O’Farrell Huth. Her great-grandfather, Ferdinand Louis Huth, came from Alsace, Lorraine and he settled Castroville in 1844. Mrs. Maddux grew up surrounded by music. Her father played violin and her mother played the piano. They often played music in their home and the appreciation of music and opera was instilled in their three children. Mrs. Maddux graduated from Incarnate Word High School and went on to attend Incarnate Word College as a music major. more

Faye L. and William L. Cowden Charitable Foundation

William L. Cowden was born in 1910 in Midland County to a prominent ranching family specializing in fine stock and beef cattle. The family also owned extensive mineral interests that were the source of much of the Cowden wealth. Bill Cowden attended Alan Military Academy in Bryan, Texas. As a young man, he worked with the Civilian Conservation Corps in Oklahoma and with the Ford Motor Company in Dallas. During World War II, Mr. Cowden’s National Guard unit was called to active duty and stationed at Lackland Air Force Base. It was during this time that he met Faye Langley and the two were married in San Antonio in 1943. Following the war, he remained active in ranching throughout his lifetime with ranches in both Texas and South Dakota. more

Jack H. and William M. Light Charitable Trust


Marietta K. Randall Foundation Trust


Cecilia Young Willard Helping Fund

Dr. Cecilia Willard was born in 1908 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. In her infancy, the Willard family moved to Hickory, North Carolina. She earned degrees from Flora McDonald and Lenoir-Rhyne colleges in North Carolina and earned her MS and PhD degrees in Microbiology from the University of Pennsylvania. After completing her education, Dr. Willard dedicated her life to teaching others. She became a professor at the University of Pennsylvania from 1939 to 1944, and then taught at the Bryn Mawr College Summer School of Nursing in the mid 1940s, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia from 1947-1950, and the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas from 1951 to 1960. more

Nancy Smith Hurd Foundation

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. more


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