Traditionally, Fort Bend Seniors Meals on Wheels operates on an annual budget of $2 million. Fort Bend Seniors maintains a history of reputable accounting practices and budgetary controls. Due to diverse financial support, volunteerism, and fundraising efforts, over 80% of Fort Bend Seniors’ budget supports program services.

Fort Bend Seniors receives annual support from the Houston-Galveston Area Council Agency on Aging, Texas Department of Human Services Community Development, the United Way of Greater Houston, Federal Emergency Management Assistance, Fort Bend County Commissioners Court, Waller County Commissioners Court, Sugar Land Community Development Block Grant, Missouri City Community Development Block Grant, Fort Bend Community Development Block Grant, The George Foundation, corporate donations, civic group donations, and private donations.

These sources do not meet the budgetary requirements of the agency.

Annual Audits

2020 | 2019 | 2018    |  2017     |     2016 

 Annual Reports 

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   Yearly  990

2020 | 2019 |   2018    |    2017    |    2016

Additional avenues of financial support of Fort Bend Seniors include planned giving and memorial gifts. These programs provide donors opportunities to support Fort Bend Seniors through regular planned donations as well as honoring/remembering family, friends and others and specific times.

Fort Bend Seniors’ board of directors, staff, volunteers, and community members also organize two major fundraising events each year – Cinco de Mayo hosted by La Cocina Mexican Restaurant, and More than a Meal Luncheon. These, and other small events, are paramount in meeting the increasing demand for senior services in Fort Bend and Waller counties.