Future Projects

In 2024, the Foundation for Black Heritage and Culture will introduce the following new programs into our:

21stCentury Youth Program

Our commitment towards creating the next generation of leaders starts today and RIGHT NOW with our youth populations. As a foundation, we are dedicated to ensuring that our program puts youth and young adults from underserved communities on a pathway to success in life - academically, financially, artistically, and professionally.

Daily Hot Meals for Seniors

As one of the most populated metropolitans in the United States, Houston accounts for a very large senior citizen population requiring support daily from citizens like you. In 2024, the Foundation for Black Heritage and Culture will be partnering with organizations across the Greater Houston area to provide hot meals to senior citizens daily. We look forward to providing more details on this developing project.

Daily Food Pantry

Thanks to the success of our weekly food pantry initiative, our foundation has had the opportunity to learn more about the community that we serve in the Southeast district. We recognize that there is a greater demand for procuring food services on a daily basis. Therefore, beginning in Spring 2024, the Foundation for Black Heritage and Culture will begin to provide a daily food pantry service to citizens in need. We hope that through our efforts, we will continue to fight against food insecurities and access to healthy meals throughout underserved communities.

GED for Young Adults & Parents

As part of our foundation’s vision to create a legacy of excellence for all of mankind, it is imperative that we first establish pathways for all individuals from all walks of life to be uplifted and closer to their opportunity. The GED for Young Adults & Parents program will give opportunities to individuals who did not complete high school a chance to obtain a GED, which opens doors to further their education and obtain more career opportunities.

Historical Archives

  1. An extensive digital archive featuring historical documents, photographs, artifacts, and oral histories related to Black heritage and culture should be included. This section can serve as an invaluable resource for researchers, educators, and anyone interested in learning about Black history.

  2. Educational ResourcesThe website should offer a range of educational resources such as lesson plans, curriculum guides, recommended reading lists, and multimedia materials to support learning about Black heritage and culture.

  3.  News and Updates A dedicated section for news, blog posts, press releases, and updates about the foundation’s activities will keep visitors informed about recent developments and upcoming events.

The Foundation for Black Heritage & Culture is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, all donations are tax-deductible



Supporting our communities across the Greater Houston area is at the core of everything that we do. We rely greatly on the contributions of our volunteers to make this happen year-round. FBHC volunteers come from all walks of life to help support several of the foundation’s programs, events, campaigns, and social initiatives. 

If you have a heart for the community and making a difference where it matters the most, we welcome you to complete this online form and join our team today!


Phone: 832.651.8135
Email: contactus@tfbhc.org
Address: 5309 Martin Luther King Blvd.
Houston, TX 77021


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