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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Each Dollar Given to SBFDC Multiplies 30x!

As you consider your year-end charitable giving, I invite you to invest in the Spring Branch Family Development Center. Each dollar given to SBFDC multiplies 30 times, enabling the community’s families to build a better future.  This year, a former Panda Path PreK student began working at the Boys and Girls Club while she

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SBFDC & HPD Partnering Together

  Community Policing Partnership SBFDC & HPD Build a Safer Community, Locally – and  Abroad! Strong bonds among residents and the police enable more effective crime prevention and response. In 2009, SBFDC and HPD collaborated to launch a community-policing model, “HIP” (Hispanic Interaction Program). Every 3rd Wednesday, in the morning and the evening,

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SBFDC: Recipient of State-Wide Honor

Pictured: Linda Buchman (Spring Branch ISD), Ricardo Barnes (SBFDC Executive Director), Council Member Brenda Stardig (District A, City of Houston), Martin Mayo (SBFDC Board VP), Governor Greg Abbott, Jane Barnes (Memorial Hermann – PARC)   The SBFDC was recognized with the “Community Leadership Award – Family Services” Governor’s Volunteer Award 2016 !

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Fall Fiesta – A Hit!

Fall Fiesta – A Hit! Last month, the SBFDC & its on-site partners hosted a “Fall Fiesta,” attracting 250 people. The event goal was to introduce more families to the SBFDC’s on-site services – new families are already utilizing more services! We are thankful for the Fall Fiesta volunteers from Chapelwood UMC, Memorial High

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