The success of our impactful work such as our educational programs, cultural events, and beautification volunteer programs rely heavily on the generous donations of you, our sponsors. Sponsorship packages can be tailor-made for your brand. We will partner with you on ways to best align your brand messaging with ours so that your organization can resonate among our community. We invite you to learn more about our Sponsorship Opportunities.
Sponsor a Program
Bridging the Gap Financial Literacy Program.
Emancipation Park Conservancy, in collaboration with other community partners, including Houston Area Urban League, served approximately 400 women, men, youth and families, educating them about financial literacy and economic stability. Participants in the Bridging the Gap attended educational workshops that help build family stability through the program’s financial literacy series. They have gained knowledge and resources in various topics such as saving, investing, estate planning, banking, homeownership, entrepreneurship, credit building, debt management and much more.
This program hosts a forum that fosters intellectual, invigorating, inviting and transformational conversations through interactive lectures hosted quarterly. The discussions will feature innovative an iconic community leaders, influencers and humanitarians across various disciplines including the arts, literature, business, science, philanthropy and politics.
Spring Break in the Tré
This program provides community children a fun, interactive and educational experience over spring break. Participants learn about the significant history and contributions of African Americans in the founding of Emancipation Park and across Houston’s Third Ward. The experience includes trivia, educational and theatrical reenactments, lunch and a tour. Participants demonstrate an increased understanding of the history and significance of Emancipation Park as well as the many contributions of African Americans in Houston and Third Ward.
Juneteenth Summer Youth Program
This program provides children a fun and educational experience on June 19th and teaches, encourages, uplifts and educates them on the significance and history of Juneteenth and Emancipation Park. They hear firsthand about the Park and its rich history from Ms. Jacqueline Bostic, the great, great granddaughter of Rev. Jack Yates
Get Fit in the Tré
Emancipation Park Conservancy, in collaboration Houston Park and Recreation Department, serves well over 150 individuals weekly through its health initiative, allowing them to take advantage of free workout classes, health education and wellness resources. Chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure/hypertension are highly prevalent in the Third Ward community, and EPC strives to make it easy for community members to take advantage of the fitness and wellness resources needed to maintain healthy lifestyles and change the community’s health trajectory.
#WEAREJUNETEENTH is a digital platform that provides an opportunity to communicate, share, acknowledge and recognize the significant contributions African Americans have made to help shape American culture and society. The campaign is a collaborative movement that highlights the strides and impact African Americans are making toward their own economical, educational, and political advancements.
Holiday in the Tré
Holiday in the Tre is a signature, annual outdoor event created to celebrate the holidays while also encouraging community collaborations, economic empowerment, and awareness. The free event includes entertainment, vendors, an interactive kid’s zone, bike and toy giveaways, photos with Santa and an official holiday tree lighting.