The Westchase District Community Fund (WDCF) exists to organize and provide resources to produce or support local projects, programs or events which create a positive impact on the quality of life in Westchase.

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The Westchase District Community Fund is accepting contributions to benefit Westchase District's "Greenspace for Westchase" campaign.

The campaign is raising funds to benefit a planned 3.4 acre park located on Wilcrest Drive just north of the District's Library Loop Trail and the Robinson-Westchase Public Library.

A $4.1 million fund is currently available for the development of what is being called "Wilcrest Park." That includes a $500,000 grant from the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department.

That amount of money would build a good park, but we want to build a great park," said Louis Jullien, Westchase District projects director. Jullien is leading the campaign to raise the additional money needed to make Wilcrest Park the same kind of transformational space that Discovery Green and Levy Park have been for downtown Houston and the Upper Kirby area.

"Wilcrest Park will create a unique environment for free community events such as yoga, tai chi, movei nights and concerts," said Jullien. "We want this park to be a destinaiton for West Houston residents."

For more information about the planned park, including video renderings, visit the Westchase District's park development page..

Questions? Call Louis Jullien at 713-780-9434.

  • “Thank you to the Westchase District Community Fund for supporting our important mission of loving and helping those in need. Your philanthropic leadership is making a lasting impact and we are most appreciative.”

    Mark BrownCEO, West Houston Assistance Ministries, Inc.

  • "We’re grateful for the WDCF’s commitment to improving the community through investing in organizations 'in the trenches' like ours."

    Jacque DaughtryCOO, Making It Better

  • "Quillian Center has been blessed throughout the years because of the WDCF and in return, lives have been changed through a positive camp experience."

    Tom GadenDirector, Quillian Center

  • "We would not be able to provide these critically-needed literacy services to as many people in Houston if it were not for the ongoing support of the WDCF.”

    Nick StinsonDevelopment Coordinator, Literacy Advance of Houston

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