Career Technical Education High School

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.

Covenant Health Moving to Hobbs

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.

Center of Recreational Excellence

This $62.5 million and 150,000 square-foot project offers something for everyone throughout Lea County and the surrounding communities.

Texas Tech Celebrates Philanthropy of JF Maddox Foundation

Texas Tech unveiled the latest addition to the Edward E. Whitacre Jr. College of Engineering with the grand opening of the Maddox Engineering Research Center, a cutting-edge facility made possible by a generous $7.5 million gift from the J. F Maddox Foundation.

The JF Maddox Foundation believes in the people of Lea County. We think big, dig deep, and connect the community so that together we can cultivate big-picture possibilities for all our Lea County neighbors. We help bring about the changes that help people here thrive for generations.

At the JF Maddox Foundation, we work with our grantee partners to overcome challenges and accelerate opportunities in Lea County, New Mexico. To learn more, we encourage you to read the stories behind our work on the impact page, read about our grants and grantees, and contact our staff with any questions.

Supporting Young Scholars

Our merit-based Jack Maddox Distinguished Scholarship ProgramĀ helps students think big and cultivate possibility across Lea County, New Mexico.

Training Tomorrow's Leaders

The Maddox Leadership Institute helps foster your leadership talent, connecting you with the skills and community connections needed to accelerate opportunity for us all.

Making an Impact

Lea County is our community and we work alongside our neighbors. Read the stories that inspire us and give the work of the JF Maddox Foundation meaning.