THE JOHN M. O'QUINN FOUNDATION


THE JOHN M. O'QUINN FOUNDATION

John M. O'Quinn (1941-2009) established The John M. O’Quinn Foundation (the "Foundation") in 1986. With his death in 2009, Mr. O'Quinn bequeathed his entire estate under his will to the Foundation. From its inception through March 31, 2013, the Foundation has awarded more than $100 million in grants, most of which has been awarded within the state of Texas with a special emphasis on the Houston area, Mr. O'Quinn's home since his youth. Although the Foundation supports a wide variety of charitable activities, in honoring Mr. O'Quinn's legacy, the Board of Trustees focus on Houston and its surrounding areas for education, health, environment, and medical-related projects and programs benefitting underprivileged youth.



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