HOUSTON – KPRC 2 is continuing to feature local businesses as the Houston economy re-opens. Today we’re featuring Texas institutions in Sugar Land whose mission is to help the community:
The Literacy Council of Fort Bend is a nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching adults how to read, write, speak English and prepare for the GED or the U.S. citizenship exam.
Address: 12530 Emily Court
Phone: (281) 240-8181
This charitable foundation raises funds to distribute community-based grants to various non-profits serving disadvantaged children in Fort Bend County, according to the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce.
How you can support: Make a difference by volunteering your talents and time, shopping at one one of its participating partner programs or donating. For more information on how to help, click here.
Address: P.O. Box 17748
Phone: (832) 819-2005
The Sugar Land Heritage Foundation is dedicated to helping preserve, collect and communicate the city‘s rich history.
Address: 198 Kempner Street
Phone: (281) 275-2030
The Fort Bend Education Foundation provides grants to teachers and schools for innovative academic projects in the Fort Bend Independent School District, according to its website.
During this time, they are providing all FBISD students with the tools they need to continue their online education, as well as food, toiletries and other needs.
How you can support: Help them equip a student by making a monetary contribution.
Address: 16431 Lexington Boulevard
Phone: (281) 634-1113
Since 1998, SLCAF has worked to promote the cultural, performing and visual arts in Sugar Land and preserve, renovate, and restore the historic Sugar Land Auditorium, according to its website.
Address: 226 Lakeview Drive
Phone: (281) 898-4518