Episcopal Health Foundation leaders announced a $10 million plan to address the long-term effects of the COVID-19 crisis, while also helping nonprofits and organizations continue business operations to serve at-risk communities across Texas.
The $15 million Relief in a State of Emergency (RISE) fund, created to help poor Austinites during the COVID-19 crisis, is beginning to make its way to the people who need it. On Tuesday, April 21, the city announced substantial grants to four established nonprofits that deliver basic-needs services
Dear doctors, nurses, and the entire medical community THANK YOU!"
Two weeks ago, the All Saints Episcopal School in Tyler was churning out protective face masks for patients and health care workers.
With the global pandemic, the need for food has increased significantly. The Abundant Harvest Kitchen, part of St. Isidore, Spring, is on the front lines meeting the needs of the most vulnerable in our community. In this work, we are looking for partners to help staff a mobile non-contact food...
A gift of $1.45 million from the Sealy & Smith Foundation to the University of Texas Medical Branch will improve quality of medical care for patients at St. Vincent’s House clinics run by students and staff of the medical branch, officials said.
This year’s Come to the Table fundraiser is rescheduled (thanks, Imelda) for December 3.
Cameron Dezen Hammon at St. Mark's, Houston recorded her experience along the way. Her memoir will be released on Tuesday, the same day as a book launch at Brazos Bookstore, featuring a Q-and-A session with Hammon conducted by Lacy M. Johnson, associate professor of creative nonfiction at Rice...