Merry and Bright
The MD Anderson program sells merchandise inspired by pediatric cancer patients' artwork.
The annual bash raised $1.58 million for the American Cancer Society.
What's In Her Bag?
Houston's social butterfly and this year's chairwoman for the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women campaign spills her Prada bag.
A Real Gem
Theresa Bruno, who's designed high-end pieces worn by Oprah and Michelle Obama, is putting down roots—and giving back—in Houston.
The new boutique studio, branded as a purpose-driven place for women, bridges Pilates with philanthropy for a burn that gives back.
Gone but not forgotten
The annual HSO ball raised $1.33 million in an event themed after the famous Galveston club.
Up, Up, and Away!
Stages Repertory Theatre broke ground Tuesday on the new, three-theater Gordy campus down the street from its longtime Allen Parkway home.
Have a ball
The record-breaking evening honored longtime patron Lynn Wyatt.
Fashion For Good
Nigerian girls are far less likely to access education than their male counterparts, a fact Tomide Awe wants to upend—one accessory at a time.
Just 15 years ago, the Zoo was chronically underfunded — but that was before a public-private partnership changed everything.
Elements of Style
Jackson is taking her trademark hustle to the philanthropic level—with increasingly giant galas.
Sarah Rufca Nielsen
The nation's most charitable city gives back—to itself.
The Texas Gulf Coast chapter of the American Red Cross celebrates a century of good works in high style.
Santana Draper wanted to help those less fortunate. So, he did.
Generous and high-profile, the couple sits at the very top of Houston society—which is what makes the allegations against them so shocking.
15-year-old Sofia Ivanka is working to make sure fourth graders across the globe get the basic math skills they need to succeed.