Community Health Worker, Lori Payne, Project Manager, Millie Goode, and Community Health Worker, Emily Morales.
Light on the Hill is excited to announce that we have received the Methodist Healthcare Ministries Community Impact Grant for 2023! This grant will allow us to expand our outreach efforts to our community by funding support staffing and program expenses for ongoing food relief and community connections to help people with their physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual needs. This funding will provide for a project manager to oversee the initiative and allows us to hire two part-time community health workers to be the boots on the ground serving our community. Millie Goode will serve as the project manager and Emily Morales and Lori Payne will serve as our community health workers. We are so grateful and excited for all who will benefit from this amazing expansion to our efforts to serve our neighbor! Thank you MHM!!!
As part of Methodist Healthcare Ministries' efforts to advance health equity, a video series has been produced featuring community voices from across South Texas highlighting how they're working in collaboration with neighbors, local leaders and organizations to help more people with a fair opportunity to thrive.
The first video highlights the Hope For Health Collaborative, located in Kerrville. This organization works to revitalize the Doyle Community, a historically isolated and segregated African-American and Hispanic neighborhood.
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Light on the Hill at Mount Wesley is a Texas nonprofit corporation recognized by the IRS as a tax-exempt public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (Federal Tax ID: 83-3263624).
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