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Make plans to attend our 7th Annual Healing & Hope Luncheon featuring survivor and advocate, Debra Newell.

Newell found herself ensnared in a toxic relationship characterized by manipulation, secrecy, and survival against all odds, leaving a profound impact on her entire family and life. Their story gained significant media coverage due to its shocking twists and turns, shedding light on the dangers of online dating and the complexities of abusive relationships.

Her harrowing story of abuse was brought to life in the Netflix series  "Dirty John". You won't want to miss this very special event!

Ongoing Activities

Volunteer Orientation

Feb 21, 2024

Location: Administration Offices, 501 E HWY 90A 4:00-5:00 pm
Learn more about the Volunteer Opportunities we have available. Start making a difference today!

Sign up using the link below OR just join us at your desired time!
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090A4DA8AB2FA6FC1-47167780-orientation

CONTACT INFO
 Genessis Anderson
 ganderson@fbwc.org
 281-344-5759

May 27 @ 8:54 AM

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Past Events

27th Annual Gillman Golf Tournament

Nov 6, 2023
Location: Sweetwater Country Club
Over the 27 years of the Ramsay Gillman Charitable Golf Tournament, $1.7 million has been raised to support survivors! 

Healing & Hope Luncheon

Oct 19, 2023

Location: Houston Marriott Sugar Land
Our 6th Annual Healing & Hope Luncheon featured survivor and advocate, Sabrina Greenlee. Sabrina shared her powerful story of triumph after tragedy. We are so grateful to everyone that supported this important event!


Girlfriends Giggle 2023

Feb 23, 2023

Location: Stafford Centre
Girlfriends Giggle was a fabulous night out including dinner, dancing, shopping and escapes! A great time was had by all while supporting survivors!


May 27 @ 8:54 AM

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Domestic violence and sexual assault spans across all demographics and is in many ways a "quiet epidemic." Your support will let the community know that you stand with us and that there is help for those in abusive relationships.