The Rev. Dr. Matthew Boulter, the Rev. Ricky Garner-Lead Pastor Hope Campus of Bethel Bible Church, and Mr. Matthew Young are deep in conversation at one of the summer community dinners focused on knowing one another to bring Tyler closer together.
Together, the Episcopal Health Foundation and Bishop C. Andrew Doyle encourage congregations to join efforts supporting the 2020 US Census.
These three simple statements are the guiding principles behind EHF's $ 1 million effort to promote the 2020 Census across Texas. Our effort is focused on providing needed funding that targets hard-to-count communities in all areas of the state. EHF's holds leadership roles within Complete...
Over the past year, members of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Liberty and community partners have found common ground in their shared hope for a healthier city. The fruit of that work is their newly-formed nonprofit, the dWELLing.
October 2-4, the newly-named Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty hosted the Together at the Table Hunger and Poverty Summit in Waco. The group formerly known as the Texas Hunger Initiative (THI) hosted hundreds of participants from across Texas and the nation for a three-day learning...
EHF's new interactive mapping tool shows there can be more than a 20-year difference in how long Texans live in one neighborhood compared to another, even though they may only be a few miles apart. The new tool highlights how poverty, income, race, and education levels have a dramatic impact on...
If you were trying to change the way Texans think about their physical and mental well-being, you wouldn’t find a better persuader than Elena Marks, who currently heads up Houston’s Episcopal Health Foundation.
Episcopal Health Foundation leaders have released a five-year “big picture” plan that targets specific outcomes needed to address the root causes of poor health in Texas.