Half of Texans say they’ve suffered financially because of COVID-19 and for many groups the economic impact is severe. Those are just some of the findings from Episcopal Health Foundation’s latest 2021 statewide survey on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic across the state.
EHF’s Collaborating for Healthy Communities Initiative launches application for Peer Learning Network
Through an application process, EHF will identify up to six coalitions to join the initial phase to help coalitions and multi-sector efforts deepen collaboration and get practical information for improving effectiveness and advancing practices.
New report recommends Houston, Harris County health departments should consolidate or closely coordinate
Report from Rice University’s Kinder Institute and University of Houston’s Hobby School is sponsored by EHF and six other health-related philanthropies in the Houston area.
EHF’s new guidance outlines EHF’s grant application process in 2022, including submission deadlines and new funding opportunities.
EHF wins Philanthropy Southwest’s 2021 Groundbreaker Award for addressing COVID’s long-term effects in TX communities
For work to address the challenges experienced and disparities made apparent by the COVID-19 pandemic, Philanthropy Southwest announced that EHF is the winner of its first-ever Groundbreaker Award.
EHF announces $5.3 million commitment to support Texas organizations that are raising community voices to influence health
New investment is aimed at activating communities to address health-related opportunities and challenges affecting their neighborhoods.