Pictured (left to right): Diane Molina, Courtney Clarke, Pam Spencer, Misty Gasiorowski, Young Audiences, Inc. of Houston’s Executive Director, Mary Mettenbrink, and Jennifer Bombach.
Pictured (left to right): Diane Molina, Courtney Clarke, Pam Spencer, LaQuita Starr, GSSJC Executive Director Mary Vitek, Misty Gasiorowski, and Jennifer Bombach.
The Fort Bend Junior Service League (FBJSL) has awarded Community Assistance Fund (CAF) grants to Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council, Young Audiences, Inc. of Houston, and All Nations Sports Academy.
Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council (GSSJC) was awarded $5,000 to fund its Girl Scouts on the Go (GSOTG) program. GSOTG is GSSJC’s in-school, needs-based program designed to grow leadership skills and give girls the opportunity to develop responsible values, increase their self-confidence, and build on their decision-making skill – all while enhancing traditional school curriculum.
Young Audiences of Houston educates and inspires at-risk and economically disadvantaged children through the arts. Young Audiences was awarded $1,050.00 to fund youth programs at the Fort Bend County Juvenile Detention Center during the 2019-2020 winter breaks.
All Nations Sports Academy (ANSA)’s mission is to empower and transform youth and their families of all nations through its developmental, recreational, and competitive soccer programs. ANSA maintains two developmental sites in Fort Bend County. ANSA was awarded $1,950.00 to fund field maintenance, equipment, events, and transportation for economically disadvantaged Fort Bend residents.
FBJSL is an organization of women committed to improving the Fort Bend County community. By way of its CAF, FBJSL is able to provide grants of up to $5,000.00 to charitable causes serving Fort Bend County with requests to fund a critical need, pilot a program, or expand a significant service to the community. Applications for CAF grants are accepted on an ongoing basis. For additional information, please visit www.fbjsl.org/.