Corporate Engagement*


*Not inclusive.  To add additional organizations to the list, please contact us. 

Ways for Corporations to get involved with the community:
 
 
 
Providing an on-ice experience for individuals with disabilities.
 
 
Exchange is a group of men and women working to make America a better place to live through one national project, the Prevention of Child Abuse, and other community service projects.
 
 
The Friends of First Colony Branch Library was organized to support the branch with extra funds for things not provided for in the county budget. Currently the Friends support youth programs, decorations for the Youth Department, and assist with staff-training expenses
 
 
Fort Bend ISD Education Foundation
Fort Bend ISD Education Foundation provides opportunities to enrich and enhance the quality of education for all FBISD students through its grant program
 
The 100 Club financially rescues the dependents of firefighters and law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty by paying their debts and providing an education for their children.
 
 
Fort Bend Cares' mission is to serve the disadvantaged children and youth of Fort Bend County.
 
 
AccessHealth is dedicated to excellence in providing integrated health care services to improve the quality of life in the communities it serves.
 
 
Fort Bend Green is a 501(c)(3) organization created to facilitate the planning and development of green space in Fort Bend County.
 
 
Fort Bend Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
 
 
To provide high quality, cost-effective health care that delivers the best value to the people we serve in a spiritual environment of caring in association with internationally recognized teaching and research.
 
 
Keep Sugar Land Beautiful believes that each person is responsible for the environmental health of our community. Your daily habits, choices and actions collectively have a huge impact on our community. It's really a simple concept, but one with far reaching effects. We believe you can make a difference.
 
 
To improve family, community and professional lives through adult literacy education.
 
 
Volunteers at Memorial Hermann Sugar Land provide support to a variety of departments throughout the hospital.
 
 
The mission of the Mental Health America Of Fort Bend County is: Advocacy and education to promote mental wellness, eliminate mental health inequalities and improve quality of life.
 
 
 
The Music Therapy Center of Houston is a 501(c)3 non-profit center that educates the community about music therapy through community outreach and in-services as well as works to match board certified music therapists with families and clients throughout the Houston and greater surrounding areas.
 
 
The mission of Shape Up Sugar Land is to connect the community, raise awareness and encourage activities that foster a healthy lifestyle.
 
 
Animal Services is working to build a more humane community. Our staff is dedicated to the animals of Sugar Land and protecting their health and safety as well as our citizens when it comes to animal issues.
 
 
 
The Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation (SLCAF) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization that exists to promote the cultural, performing, and visual arts in Sugar Land and to preserve, renovate, and restore historic Sugar Land Auditorium to the cultural arts center it once was in the community.
 
 
The Sugar Land Garden Club was founded in 1932 to foster a deeper appreciation and a better understanding of nature’s beauty.
 
 
The Sugar Land Heritage Foundation inspires community pride by collecting, preserving, communicating, and celebrating the history of Sugar Land, Texas.
 
 
The Sugar Land Legacy Foundation promotes community investment in facilities and activities that enhance the long-term prosperity and quality of life of Sugar Land residents.
 
 
The main purpose of the club is to promote a wide range of service projects to make the city of Sugar Land and Fort Bend County a better place to work and live.
 
 
 
Providing an on-ice experience for individuals with disabilities.
 
 
 
St. Hope serves patients from various disease states. St. Hope Foundation participates in a number of activities each year and is always in need of helping hands. 
 
 
 
The T.E. Harman Center is home to the Sugar Land senior adult programs, ages 50 and up, with plenty of activities daily. The center is also available for community use.
 
 
 
It is our mission to ensure palliative and compassionate care to all patients through the journey at the end of life.
 
 
The Texas Dragon Boat Association is a 501(c)(3) Texas non-profit corporation. Our mission is “To promote the tradition of dragon boating, increase awareness of Asian and Asian-American culture, and enhance cross-cultural understanding.”