Mission Statement
It is the primary goal of Texas Crab Festival Charities (TCFC) to increase educational and career opportunities for Bolivar Peninsula residents of all ages and support local organizations that further the goal of improving the lives of the residents of Bolivar Peninsula. Funding is available to Bolivar Peninsula residents of all ages. There are no restrictions based on an applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age or disability.

Texas Crab Festival Charities is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that serves to improve the lives of those who call the Bolivar Peninsula home. Since its creation in 2013, TCFC has awarded over $530,000 to help support local residents and organizations. Proceeds from the annual Texas Crab Festival and donations from our patrons are reinvested in the community and help fund youth scholarships and camps, local schools and volunteer fire departments, and various outreach initiatives.

Below is a list of TCFC grant and scholarship recipients:
100+ High School Graduates  ~ Bolivar Peninsula Community Outreach  ~ Bolivar Peninsula Lighthouse Krewe  ~ Bolivar Peninsula Lions Club  ~ Christmas Bike Drive  ~ CPR/First Aid Training Equipment  ~ Crenshaw Elementary & Middle School  ~ Crystal Beach Volunteer Fire Department  ~ First Baptist Church, Youth Camps  ~ Fraternal Order of Eagles  ~ High Island School  ~ High Island Volunteer Fire Department  ~ House of Disciples / Jacob’s Ladder  ~ Keep Bolivar Beautiful  ~ Lone Survivor Foundation  ~ Peninsula Sports Park Youth Sports  ~ Port Bolivar Volunteer Fire Department  ~ Those in need through our ‘Hand Up’ Program