Thanks to your generous contribution, we have an opportunity to support LGBTQ youth scholarships and the construction of a state-of-the-art affordable living center for seniors. #MakeADiffernce #MakeAChange

Out for Education: Terry Hamman
Memorial Scholarship

Out for Education is one of the largest funders of LGBTQIA+ scholarships in America, providing support to youth from the Houston area or attending college or universities in Houston. The Diana Foundation is partnering with Executive and Professional Association of Houston (EPAH) to establish a scholarship in the memory of our friend and member, Terry Hamman.
Terry was a beloved brother, a devoted uncle, caring cousin, loving family member and a never to be forgotten friend whose gift was to make each person he knew feel uniquely special. Terry passed away in Houston, Texas on New Year's Eve 2019 from an extremely rare brain disease.
At the time of his death, Terry was employed by Design Within Reach in Houston. He had worked there for the past five years. His sophisticated taste, appreciation of the arts made him an asset to his company. Terry was a loyal supporter of many local Houston artists and the art community of Houston. He was active in the Diana Foundation, a leading philanthropic LGBTQ organization that supports health, social, educational and cultural causes and endeavors in the Houston community. He also served as an officer in EPAH – the Executive and Professional Association of Houston, a professional and social organization for the LGBTQ community.
Terry was known for his radiant smile that would light up a room. His energy and joy were unmatched and he was deeply loved by many.

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Law Harrington
Senior Living Center

The Montrose Center is constructing the Law Harrington Senior Living Center to provide an affordable housing option for seniors. Housing is one of the greatest financial challenges, and correspondingly, one of the greatest needs for older adults across the nation.
The complex, designed by Smith & Company Architects, will feature 112 one- and two-bedroom independent living apartments for low-income seniors ages 62 and older. Eligible seniors will pay no more than 30 percent of their income for rent. Additional features of the property will include a social services department managed by the Montrose Center, geriatric primary care clinic provided by Legacy Community Health, a group dining area, meeting and game rooms, fitness center, a dog park, a vegetable garden, and outdoor recreational spaces.
The Montrose Center empowers our community—primarily lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) individuals and their families—to live healthier, more fulfilling lives.

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