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Help Our Kids Swing Into Summer

Summer is a vulnerable time for children of domestic violence and the need is increasing. In 2021, Fort Bend Women’s Center served 396 children in our community. These kids have been displaced due to abusive situations and need a safe environment to continue learning, exploring, and growing without fear or the threat of violence - a chance to thrive even when school is out. You can make that possible.

Please help to expand our children’s programs to accommodate our child survivors this summer! You will be providing much needed programs for children of domestic violence to thrive and learn to live the healthy life that they deserve. Most of all, they will have a chance to be a kid this summer!

Children of domestic violence are survivors!

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2021 Impact

  • Crisis Hotline Calls

    8,428

  • Survivors and Children Served

    1,990

  • Clients Receiving Emergency Shelter

    304

  • Counseling Hours Provided

    11,406

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