A week ago, Purpose Built Communities (PBC) co-hosted our 2022 Network Leadership Convening alongside Atlanta area Network Members East Lake Foundation, FCS and Grove Park Foundation. PBC brought over 75 … Continue Reading →
Accelerating Change On June 7th Renaissance Heights Foundation (RHF), Cook Children’s Hospital and Purpose Built Communities offered a closer look into our community development work and partnerships to all Children’s … Continue Reading →
The Tarrant Area Food Bank is sponsoring a conference on July 16th at the FW Botanic Gardens. I received an updated notice that registration is now open – and it … Continue Reading →
Creating a healthier community requires an inclusive, holistic approach. In this case study, Build Healthy Places Network highlights the work of of Renaissance Heights United and shares critical lessons learned … Continue Reading →
100 Day Report I am happy to share that I am settling into my new role as Executive Director of Renaissance Heights Foundation. My first 100 days have been filled … Continue Reading →
Renaissance Heights United is known as a community quarterback. That means we are guiding and supporting community members, organizations and funders to create a vibrant neighborhood for families.
To be a successful neighborhood, everyone, and in particular children, must have the right conditions to live, learn and thrive. We work to change the fundamentals of our neighborhood, making … Continue Reading →