Redlining effects still seen in Fort Worth. Optimism about environment that could draw investment that ends redlining. In Fort Worth, there is optimism about progress against the practice known as “redlining.” … Continue Reading →
ICYMI: Profiles in Leadership l Building with Purpose
Community leader uses connection to revitalize Renaissance Heights neighborhood in Fort Worth Published by Fort Worth Report highlighting our Executive Director, Kenny Mosley Jr.
We invest in the power of the neighborhood by investing in its people, places and partnerships.
We are at a pivotal and exciting time for this neighborhood. Today, we have historical opportunity to realize an enormously positive community revitalization initiative. We are thrilled to work together … Continue Reading →
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 →
Presentation to Children’s Hospital Association – Community Development in Practice
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 →
New Board Member Announcement
Renaissance Heights Foundation would like to announcement the recent appointments to the Board of Directors: Reverend Jack A. Crane l Pastor of Truevine Missionary Baptist Church of Fort Worth Inc. … Continue Reading →