Pot of Gold Foundation is a non-profit association formed for the
general purpose of active promotion and support of the members of
the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls in Texas.
purposes will be achieved by providing opportunities for
self-improvement through education and leadership training programs,
scholarships and grants, and such other activities that will
contribute to the welfare of its members in their mental, physical,
moral and spiritual development.
All members of the International Order of the
Rainbow for Girls in Texas will have the opportunity for financial
assistance in obtaining education beyond high school. Scholarships
will be designated for college as well as trade or occupational
The Texas Pot of
Gold Foundation was formed to provide to the members
of the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls of Texas
opportunities for self‑improvement in their mental, physical, moral,
and spiritual development, through programs in athletics, education,
leadership, sportsmanship, citizenship, morality, and public
speaking. The fraternal, religious, ritualistic, social, athletic
and leadership training activities of the International Order of the
Rainbow for Girls provide excellent activities which meet the
general purpose of the Texas Pot of Gold Foundation, and the
promotion and support of this youth group shall be its primary
The Texas Pot of Gold Foundation
provides scholarships for members of the International Order of the
Rainbow for Girls of Texas. Activities of the W. Mark Sexson Loan
Fund, The Victor C. and Martha Marie Whitfield Scholarship Fund and
the Letís Be Thankful Fund were transferred to the Texas Pot of Gold
Foundation. The Foundation will also develop educational and
leadership training for Texas Rainbow Girls.
The Texas Pot of Gold Foundation has been formed and application
with the Internal Revenue Service to achieve 501 (c) (3)
designations and therefore qualify for tax advantaged giving has
been approved. The Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors
consisting of Trustees and Advisory Directors. Trustees of the Board
of Directors serve for five year terms while Advisory Board members
serve one year terms. All Trustees and Directors may be reappointed.
The initial Board of Directors met at Grand Assembly in Waco for the
first time in 2004.