EHF volunteers recently walked neighborhoods in Houston’s 5th Ward. See why they came away from the experience not only with a clearer picture of what it means to reach out and be in community, but what it means to create important connections with communities.
See how the Foundation’s partnership with Seminary of the Southwest and Burke is already working to help fill the need for quality mental health services in East Texas.
Funding from the Episcopal Health Foundation and other philanthropies can provide a launching pad for a nascent idea, build the capacity of a long-standing organization, and absorb risk for high-risk but high-reward initiatives. But our dollars cannot — nor should they have to — compensate for a faulty system.