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.

Westchase District Businesses Support School Supply Drive

Almost 20 Westchase District-area businesses are participating in the Westchase District Community Fund’s school supply drive, taking place during the month of July. Each location is hosting a donation box for school supplies that the WDCF will distribute among Sneed Elementary School, Paul Revere Middle School, Neighborhood Schools and West Houston Assistance Ministries. Requested supplies include:

Backpacks (transparent or mesh)
Colored pencils
Construction paper
Copy paper
Filler paper
Pencil pouches

Cash donations also are accepted at You can drop off supplies at the following buildings:

EHRA Engineering, 10555 Westoffice
Hartman, 11200 Westheimer Road
Hines, 1250 W. Sam Houston Pkwy., Suite 575
Manager Firm, 11011 Richmond Avenue, Suite 110
Millennium Tower, 10375 Richmond Avenue
Premier America Credit Union, 9630 Westheimer Road, Suite 850
Richmond Green Apartments, 9940 Richmond Avenue
Smart Financial Credit Union, 6051 North Course Dr.
Subsurface Consultants, 10700 Richmond Avenue, Suite 325
The First Tee Pub, 12589 Whittington
Towers at Westchase I, 10370 Richmond Avenue
Towers at Westchase II, 10350 Richmond Avenue
Triten Real Estate, 3657 Briarpark Drive
UPS Store, 11152 Westheimer Road
Westchase Corporate Center, 10111 Richmond
Westchase Creek Apartments, 3000 Woodland Park Drive
Westchase Park I, 3600 W. Sam Houston Pkwy.
Westchase Park 2, 3700 W. Sam Houston Pkwy.
Yoga Pod, 10455 Briar Forest Drive

  • “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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