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About Us

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In 1996, an attorney who specialized in working with juveniles had just finished defending his young client before the judge. Frustrated he turned to the judge and remarked, "This kid has so much going against him, but he's not a hardened criminal yet. How can we get him the support he needs?"


   That question led to the formation of a group of concerned public officials who began the process of developing a community-based agency that would become involved in the growing problem of juvenile delinquency in Fort Bend County. The focus of the group was to develop a mentoring agency. Out of this desire, Fort Bend Partnership for Youth, Inc. was created in late 1996 and the Internal Revenue Service deemed the organization a 501 (C) (3) agency.


 Today, FBPFY operates as a non-profit auxiliary organization for the Fort Bend County Juvenile Probation department by financially supporting a variety of needs, a vast array of projects and many supportive programs for the juveniles.


 Donations made to Fort Bend Partnership for Youth, Inc. are used to assist youth with needs such as: eye exams and glasses, shoes / clothing, assistance with GED classes / exams, gas money, school uniforms, graduation / senior dues, personal hygiene incidentals, positive / educational programs for youths in the detention center, prom assistance, furniture, household items, medication, and haircuts.


Adult volunteer mentors from the community are recruited, screened and trained to provide visitation to juveniles involved with the Fort Bend County Juvenile Probation Detention Center.

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Address: 122 Golfview Dr, Richmond, TX 77469

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