This summer brought an exciting return to a long-time favorite event, the Youth Performing Arts Workshop at the Community Playhouse.
On Thursday, July 29, 2021, the JF Maddox Foundation announced [...]
During the 2020-2021 class the Maddox Leadership Institute (MLI) took a leap year as we navigated life through a pandemic. The program alumni, on the other hand, were busy at work in the community!
Teen Court of Lea County starts a new chapter at a new location.
Nor-Lea and their incredible community partners vaccinated over 8,000 residents
Kawin Nunnery joined the JF Maddox Foundation in January 2021
Chances are you are already familiar with the Salvation Army. Maybe you have seen them ringing the bell near a red kettle around the holiday season, or you have volunteered at one of their food distributions. Maybe you have received assistance from them for housing, hunger, or counseling services. Regardless of how you know them, you know they have been making an impact in Lea County for a long time.
In 2019, the JF Maddox Foundation awarded a grant of $10 million in support of the new career technical education high school to be built in Hobbs, NM.
The JF Maddox Foundation awarded a grant to Covenant Health System for $6.3 million to help fund the construction of a new hospital in Hobbs, NM.
This $62.5 million and 150,000 square-foot project offers something for everyone throughout Lea County and the surrounding communities.