Fall Fiesta Serves 300+

At the 2nd Annual Fall Fiesta, SBFDC and our on-site partners engaged and educated families about the many services that they can utilize to support their stability and growth. All agencies answered questions, scheduled appointments, and shared information about their programs to new and returning families.   Volunteers used their passion

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Supporting Families Post-Harvey

The families in SBFDC’s immediate area avoided flooding during Harvey, but the majority were impacted by the inability to earn wages for up to two weeks. We are grateful for the partnership of Memorial Drive United Methodist Church who is providing 500 hot meals at SBFDC each day this week. On

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Spring Fiesta was a HIT!

Engaging Our Community, Increasing Awareness of Valuable Services at Spring Fiesta Every month, among SBFDC’s on-site partners, we discuss how we can enhance our collective service to the community. Last fall, we launched a Saturday “Fiesta” outreach with an “Open House” format, after consulting with our partners and community. Building upon our Fall

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