At Houston CityBook, philanthropy is not an afterthought. It’s a core part of our mission, and a promise to subscribers. We have carefully selected four local nonprofits with which to partner in our first year, and the magazine will donate all of the net proceeds from subscription sales—$30 of every $40 subscription sold—to those charities. And the subscriber gets to choose which to support!
Houston CityBook combines style with substance in the most fascinating city in America. Launching in September 2016, from the most respected editorial team in the city, Houston CityBook is a hybrid of an upscale lifestyle magazine and a more traditional city magazine, with a mix of topics like fashion, art, dining, design and society, along with thoughtful stories on entrepreneurship, innovation and more.Go to HoustonCityBook.com
Have 10 issues of the most talked-about new magazine in town, Houston CityBook, delivered to your home or office! Or give a subscription or two as gifts! And the best part—besides the stylish, substantive and all-local publication itself, and the nice discount off the cover price—is that all the net proceeds of your purchase ($30 of the $40 fee) will go to the Houston-based charity of your choice.
Orders placed after the 5th of each month will receive next months issue. No magazine is produced in February or August.
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Texas Children's Hospital, located in Houston, is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to create a healthier future for children and women throughout our global community by leading in patient care, education and research. Texas Children's Hospital, whose ongoing Promise Campaign aims to meet the medical needs of all children regardless of income, is proud to be consistently ranked among the top children’s hospitals in the nation.
The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston is a non-collecting institution dedicated to presenting the best and most exciting international, national, and regional art. Through dynamic exhibitions accompanied by scholarly publications and accessible educational programs, the Museum reaches out to local, regional, national, and international audiences of various ages. CAMH is a nonprofit organization that relies on a variety of funding sources, including individual, government, and corporate, for its activities.
K9s4COPs envisions safe communities and schools patrolled by law enforcement with highly trained K9s ready for action. The organization believes that a lack of funds should not be the obstacle for any agency working to keep our streets safe. K9s4COPs is a 501(c)3 seeking to provide the resources and support for law enforcement K9 Units in need.
Through sustained leadership, meaningful investment and strategic efforts, Memorial Park Conservancy, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, protects and preserves Memorial Park for the enjoyment of all Houstonians, today and tomorrow. The Conservancy, now engaged in a massive restoration and redevelopment effort, believes the quality of life in Houston is directly impacted by the quality of its parks.