Renaissance Heights United

Fort Worth, TX

For nearly 100 years, the Mason Heights area in southeast Fort Worth functioned as an orphanage operated by the Masonic Lodge. When funding for the orphanage dried up, the Masons closed the orphanage and then sold the land in 2005. Today the area is home to an emerging 200 acre master-planned, mixed-use development 4 miles southeast of downtown Fort Worth.

Renaissance Heights Impact Area

Renaissance Heights United is dedicated to the proposition that everyone deserves the opportunity to live and raise their children in communities where they can achieve their full potential. As a result of the strategic location of many programs and facilities, children and families living at Renaissance will have access to high-quality housing and many other programs and facilities that support health, well-being, and academic readiness.

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Renaissance Heights Partners

Renaissance Heights partners provide many of the services and opportunities needed to thrive. The numerous partners in this effort, ACH Child and Family Services, Columbia Residential, Cook Children’s Health Care System, Uplift Education, the YMCA and The Shoppes at Renaissance Square have built or are building major facilities within the 200 acre site. These organizations are committed to improve the quality of life for the people that call these

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