Journey Seed Grant- In Person Meeting

Join us Thursday, March 9th, 2017! LISC and the Journey Charitable Foundation believe that strong and vibrant communities are those with engaged residents and organizations. The Journey Seed Grants support neighborhood organizing and community building activities that bring residents together to make their community a better place to live, build leadership skills and spark collective action.  The purpose of these grants is to “seed” engagement activities that build relationships and grow into more connected communities.

Come to this informative session to learn more about how to apply for this funding!

Click here for grant application

Block Captains Meeting

Block Captains is a grassroots leadership and safety team that assists in getting information to/from neighbors, distribute flyers to their block, and assist other neighborhood watch groups.
They meet monthly to discuss ways in which they can further facilitate the voice of the community to public agencies and city officials.
Block Captains monthly meeting
Monday, March 6th 2017 from 6:30-8:00 PM
Avenue CDC Homeownership Center, 707 Quitman Street, Houston, TX 77009

Journey Grant Seed Meeting February 21st

Join us February 21st from 3:00PM-4:30 PM.  LISC and the Journey Charitable Foundation believe that strong and vibrant communities are those with engaged residents and organizations. The Journey Seed Grants support neighborhood organizing and community building activities that bring residents together to make their community a better place to live, build leadership skills and spark collective action.  The purpose of these grants is to “seed” engagement activities that build relationships and grow into more connected communities.

Log in to this informative session to learn more about how to apply for this funding!

Click here for grant application

1-844-845-5512
Code 48470#
 WebEx Link

100 Million Lives: Thunderclap!

Thursday, February 16th at 3:00 PM 100 Million Lives will be hosting a Thunderclap via Social Media

Directions: It takes only two minutes to sign up! Sign up with your Facebook or Twitter in advance and the message will automatically send from your account.  Please share widely through your networks and invite others to join as well!  The idea behind the Thunderclap is that by sending a unified tweet/Facebook post at the same time we can reach more people with our message. Our message is: “I commit to changing policies & structures perpetuating health inequities #healthequitynow #100mlives http://thndr.me/bvNgp3

FREE LEADERSHIP TRAINING! 1/28/17

 Looking for an opportunity to build your community leadership skills? Want to learn about sustainable solutions to community issues? Curious to meet other leaders who are driving change in Houston neighborhoods?

You must register for this class by going to:  https://houstonlisc.typeform.com/to/bPWDf9

The goal of SEHTA is to achieve positive transformation of Southeast Houston through community-based creative placemaking- empowering residents to bring values and community history to effect change through well-designed improvements to the physical environment enhanced by artistic and cultural expression projects.