Homelessness in the greater Houston area is on the decline, according to the recently published 2019 Homeless Count & Survey coordinated by Houston’s Coalition for the Homeless.
Into the Garden
The annual soirée dazzled guests and bolstered the Symphony's community education and outreach efforts.
The annual bash raised $1.58 million for the American Cancer Society.
The glittering event honored individuals personally impacted by Type 1 diabetes.
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And They're Off!
Hats, Hearts & Horseshoes raised over $350,000 for Bo's Place.
The lunch crowd raised $390,000 for the hospital's patients and their families.
The sixth annual event honored Susan and Dan Boggio and Sue and Lester Smith for their humanitarian and philanthropic efforts.
Last month's event saw 250 guests test their luck, all to benefit local nonprofit iWRITE Literacy Organization.
The annual Houston's Heroes Awards Luncheon also raised more than $200,000 for crime prevention and public safety initiatives.
Girls' Night In
The Sandlewood Manor event had all the trappings of a good old-fashioned sleepover, and guests made care packages for the Houston Area Women's Center.
Laughter Is the Best Medicine
Comedian John Crist headlined the eighth annual "Stand Up for Brain Cancer" fundraising soirée.
Last Friday's fashion show and Sunday's garden party were a chic success—just ask Kate Upton.
Shop Til You Drop
The four-day sale benefiting the Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary of Houston is not to be missed.
The Sex and the City star is bringing thousands of shoes from her SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker collection at deeply discounted prices to benefit the hospital.
The CC15 Foundation's first major event raised $215,000 for low-income, single-parent families.
Do you want to see Houston from 60 floors up? This weekend gives you a rare opportunity.
The inaugural four-day wellness, relaxation, and empowerment retreat for 30 MD Anderson patients begins on Friday.
A group known as the Indian American Council has now provided a million meals—and counting—to the Houston Food Bank.
“Kids in foster care remind me of where I came from and what I’ve been through, without parents,” the Houston Rockets starting center says, “and I want to have more involvement in their lives.”
After Hurricane Harvey, Frannie Joseph wanted to help the animals abandoned during the storm evacuations. So she made lemonade.