Welcome

Though we’ve said goodbye to what has truly been a challenging year for so many in our community, we know challenges still remain. The pandemic presses on, forcing us to adapt to a new daily way of life and support our loved ones from a distance. 

And yet, for many of us, the new year brings hope. At Fort Bend Seniors, we are hopeful that soon we will be able to gather together to exchange stories, celebrate milestones, and simply to reconnect. But to get there, we need more than a vaccine… we need your help. Watch the video above to learn how your donation can bring hope today to a neighbor in need, and help us prepare for the day we can all gather together again.

Watch the video above to learn how your donation can bring hope today to a neighbor in need, and help us prepare for the day we can all gather together again.


DONATE

Donations enable us to serve meals and provide programs to 1,400 seniors in Fort Bend and Waller Counties

VOLUNTEER

Our volunteers deliver life-saving meals, offer a friendly smile, and provide a daily safety check for our clients.

REFER A CLIENT

Are you seeking home-delivered meals for yourself or for a friend or relative living in Fort Bend or Waller Counties?


We continue to monitor the Coronavirus pandemic and in keeping with official recommendations, our seniors centers are closed until further notice and staff that can, are working remotely. Fort Bend Seniors is an essential service and will continue to operate during the outbreak. Meals on Wheels delivery is available for any senior center client in need. For more information on our response, click here. For resources to help you or a loved one stay connected, click here.


Senior Centers – Activities and meals in your area available to anyone age 60 and up

Respite Care -Every Tuesday for seniors with early-mid stage dementia or Alzheimer’s

Ways to Give -Help us continue our work of helping seniors age with dignity in their communities

Upcoming Events – Senior celebrations and fundraising events

Committed to helping seniors remain independent by enhancing their quality of life through services and resources.