Mission & Vision

Mission

To improve and enrich the quality of life in the 26-county Texas Panhandle through our ability to provide short-term rehabilitation, long-term services and support for the elderly and their families, to educate ministers to preach the Christian religion and to share resources with partners addressing critical community needs.

Vision

In every endeavor, the Bivins Foundation will strive to help each person achieve and maintain the highest standards possible in Dignity, Independence, Self-Worth and Good Health.

How We Serve

The Mary E. Bivins Foundation carries out its mission through a number of organizations, programs and partnerships, including:

Bivins Pointe: A wellness community that provides short-term rehabilitation and skilled nursing services for patients following a stay in the hospital for surgery, illness or injury. In addition, Bivins Pointe houses Bfit, an outpatient therapy clinic; a household for long-term care residents; and inpatient end-of-life care provided by BSA Hospice of the Southwest.

Bivins Villages: Affordable housing for senior adults that offers an independent and dignified lifestyle to its 120 residents.

The Elizabeth Jane Bivins Culinary Center: A leader in food production facilities, producing healthy, high-quality food for Bivins Pointe and other clients. The Culinary Center also partners with the Area Agency on Aging and other charitable organizations to provide meals for hungry older adults in our community.

The Mary E. Bivins Religious Scholarship Program: Scholarships for the purpose of educating ministers to preach the Christian religion.

Charitable Giving: The Mary E. Bivins Foundation distributes funds in the form of grants for charitable purposes that address the specific, nonrecurring needs of qualified nonprofit organizations committed to improving and enriching the quality of life of the 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.