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Neighborhoods matter. Research proves it.

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 it a more welcoming, mixed-income home for families and businesses.

But we don’t want to reinvent the wheel. Our job is to be the connection between businesses, nonprofit organizations and other programs. Together, we can all improve our neighborhoods.

Building a Community Within a Community.


  1. In the area of mixed-income housing, RHU’s goal is to create a total of 375 to 400 units of mixed-income, multi-family housing. To date, 260 units — 120 of which are dedicated to seniors — have been completed, with additional single-family homes on the way. We are excited to announce as our partner to develop 246 single-family homes, townhomes, and cottages all for sale. is a leading housing non-profit organization in North Texas with a 28 year history if revitalizing neighborhoods and providing quality affordable housing solutions. Housing Channel is also committed to racial equity, social justice,  and permanently affordable housing. At Housing Channel the goal is to help people build wealth through homeownership. Housing Channel is the source for local down payment assistance, mortgage tax credit programs, and special financing options available for Low-Moderate Income homebuyers.
  2. In the area of cradle-to-college education, Uplift Education, a nationally recognized charter school network, has built Uplift Mighty Preparatory – a new K-12 school within our neighborhood and has quickly established an excellent cradle-to-college pipeline to serve more than 2,000 children with a preference for Renaissance Heights families.  Additionally, Morris Foundation Child Development Center, operated by leading provider Childcare Associates, offers early learning that serves infants through pre-K.  Also in the neighborhood is the Leadership Academy at Mitchell Boulevard, a pre-K–5 school operated by Ft. Worth Independent School District as part of what’s been called a first-of-its-kind partnership with Texas Wesleyan University, designed to drive academic performance of targeted District schools.
  3. In the area of community wellness, RHU collaborates with several health and wellness partners to facilitate access to high-quality, affordable health and wellness resources for residents. The William M. McDonald YMCA opened in our neighborhood in 2019. Along with state-of-the art workout facilities, gym, and space for community programming, it houses the neighborhood’s early learning center and an aquatic center.  Cook Children’s operates a pediatric neighborhood clinic in Renaissance. Additionally, the main campus of ACH Child and Family Services is headquartered at Renaissance and provides needed resources and skills to children and families struggling with life’s challenges.  Since the construction of a Walmart Supercenter on the Renaissance campus, the area is no longer a food desert

“This is not just about making a nice low-income neighborhood. This is really working to create a community that anyone would want to live in. That’s a pretty high goal.”


Renaissance Heights United exists because of the support of people like you.

Renaissance Heights United is the sole initiative of Renaissance Heights Foundation, a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit corporation.

Donations are tax-deductible.

To learn more and be part of the vision and change at Renaissance Heights, please contact:

Kenny Mosley, Jr. 
Executive Director

2701 Moresby Street
Fort Worth, TX 76105

[email protected]

We’re excited to share that our Executive Director, Kenny Mosley has been selected to be a 2023 Truist Foundation Racial Equity Ambassador through Purpose Built Communities. Through this eight-month fellowship program, Mosley will have access to trainings, one on one coaching, and practical strategies to advance racial equity within our neighborhoods and across the Purpose Built Network.

“I’m also really grateful to be on this journey with other Purpose Built Network Members who are also working to create meaningful change at the neighborhood level.” – Kenny Mosley

About Truist Foundation

Truist Foundation is committed to Truist Financial Corporation’s (NYSE: TFC) purpose to inspire and build better lives and communities. Established in 2020, the foundation makes strategic investments in nonprofit organizations to help ensure the communities it serves have more opportunities for a better quality of life. Truist Foundation’s grants and activities focus on building career pathways to economic mobility and strengthening small businesses. Learn more at