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  • 2018 Small Grant Applications Closed

    Go Neighborhoods - Published by Patti
    • The window for submitting applications for Journey Seed Grants and GO Neighborhood Small Grants has closed for 2018.  Thank you to all who applied. Please look for an announcement in the first quarter of 2019 for information pertaining to the next round of small grant ...more
  • Go Neighborhoods Has Expanded

    Go Neighborhoods - Published by Patti
    • Dear Community Partner: It is with great excitement that I would like to share some news about our GO (Great Opportunities) Neighborhoods Initiative. As you may know, LISC's GO Neighborhoods network is growing to scale impact across Houston's underserved communities. Over the past two years, LISC rolled out several changes to strengthen and expand the initiative. We introduced three levels of investment, to ...more
  • Now Recruiting Leaders

    Go Neighborhoods - Published by Patti
    • We have a special leadership opportunity for your neighborhood. As part of our GO (Great Opportunities) Neighborhoods Initiative, Houston LISC offers leadership development workshops for resident leaders, organizational representatives and other community stakeholders. These trainings build important leadership capacity to transform communities. The 2018 training cycle will focus on solutions to improve health and equity. Many communities have high rates of disease and ...more
  • 2018 Small Grants Available

    Go Neighborhoods - Published by Patti
    • Houston LISC offers two small grant opportunities to support community-led projects, activities and campaigns. The small grants aim to seed community building and improve quality of life. Grants are for $500-$2500 and will support projects that develop civic engagement, community relationship building, and improve quality of life. Click here for a flyer with more information. Click here to view the slides from the ...more
  • Northside's Block Captains pass the Test for HISD support

    Go Neighborhoods - Published by northside
    • The Near Northside Block Captains began as a call to action for residents who wanted to share more information with their neighbors and begin to engage residents in community action projects. The drive to create this network stemmed from the tragic murder of 11-year old Marshall Middle School student, Josue Flores, who was murdered as he walked home from school. ...more

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