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Texas Comptroller Unclaimed Funds

Support Bridging Whole Health
with money you never even knew you had!

If you live in (or have ever lived in) the state of Texas, the state Comptroller’s office may have unclaimed funds in your name that you can claim.

It is YOUR money, you just may not have known that it was owed to you. So, why not do some good with those funds?! Please consider donating some of these reclaimed funds to support Bridging Whole Health.

To see if you are owed any unclaimed funds, visit

Then come back here to submit a donation!

FAQs from the official website:

What is Unclaimed Property?

Since 1963, Texas has required institutions, businesses and governmental entities to report to the state any personal property that has been unclaimed for up to five years, depending on the property in question.

Unclaimed property can be abandoned assets. Some examples:

  • dividend, payroll or cashier’s checks
  • stocks, bonds or mutual fund accounts
  • utility deposits and other refunds
  • bank accounts and safe deposit box contents
  • insurance proceeds
  • mineral interest or royalty payments
  • court deposits, trust funds or escrow accounts
  • overpayments on insurance, utilities and other bills

Unclaimed property does not include real estate or vehicles.

There is no statute of limitations for unclaimed property. Funds reported will remain here indefinitely until returned to their rightful owner.

Do they charge for this service?


I’m not really sure if these funds are mine. Will I get in trouble for starting a claim?

If ownership cannot be proven, you will be notified by the Comptroller’s office and they will continue to display the funds on their website for future claims.


If you have any other questions regarding the unclaimed funds/property process, please visit