Fort Bend County Women's Center

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month Kick-Off, October 3rd

Join us on Friday, Oct 3rd from 7-10pm at Sugar Land Town Center as we kick off Domestic Violence Awareness Month!

Looking for a fun service project for your high school or college student? We are recruiting!

An application and a detailed description of the Junior Fashionista Program can be found on our PennyWise Page.





What To Do When It's Time To Leave An Abusive Relationship?

You've made the decision to leave. Click below to find out what to do next. 


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Latest News

37 weeks 2 days ago
 Jamay Monique Fishback was born on January 23, 1982 in Houston, Texas. Coming from a very diverse ethnic background she learned to be very versatile. Her mother, Mary is mixed Caucasian and Black American. Growing up, Jamay...
41 weeks 3 days ago
2013 National Philanthropy Day Awards Over 1000 people attended the “Change the World with a Giving Heart” 2013 National Philanthropy Day Awards Luncheon held on Nov. 13, 2013. Nominated by the Women’s Center, the category “Outsta...
47 weeks 2 days ago
“The Fort Bend County Women’s Center is important to Fort Bend County,” says Kevin Croskrey of, Inc. “That is why my wife and I have supported the organization for more than fifteen years. More recently our c...
51 weeks 5 days ago
Sign up for the Kroger Community Rewards Program Did you know that when you shop at Kroger, you can help support the Fort Bend County Women's Center?  Follow These Easy Steps To Enroll Online: 1. Visit www.krogercom...
1 year 10 weeks ago
Beverly "Bev" Carter, a longtime newspaper publisher and community leader in Fort Bend County, died Saturday of cancer. She was 72.   Carter founded The Fort Bend Star in 1978 and also penned "Bev's Burner," a column that...