Who We Are
& What We Do
My Brother’s Keeper Outreach Center, is a sustainable 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization that provides effectual assistance to individuals and families in crisis.
Our mission is to provide emergency assistance, social services and training for individuals and families in crisis that will stabilize, strengthen and empower them to help themselves.
Our vision is to enhance the quality of life of our clients. We seek to foster strong, competent, economically self-sufficient citizens who are positive contributors in our society.
FINANCIAL Literacy & Assistance
Personal finance education and assistance for individuals or families having trouble paying for rent and/or utilities.
Staple pantry items are provided for individuals or families dealing with food insecurity.
We equip students with school supplies and uniforms as available to support their education.
Meet the Team
Founder and CEO
Alliance Community of Assistance Ministries (ACAM)
Dennison Family Giving Fund
DunRite Contracting, Inc.
Fort Bend Christian Academy
Fort Bend Church
Greater Houston Community Foundation
Houston Apartment Association
Houston Food Bank
Jack and Jill
Legacy Community Health
Leslie Alexander Foundation
Life Essentials Chiropractic
Masters Plan World Outreach
Network For Good
The Houston Foundation
Unite Way of Greater Houston
Wellspring Church International
Efforts to help those in need began in July 1994 in the home of founder, Renae Johnson.
The Family Life Christian Center was incorporated as a 501(c)3 on October 8 2004.
Rebranded to 'My Brother's Keeper Outreach Center' in May 2007 and opened first facility in August.
Moved into a larger facility to better serve the community with a full size food pantry.
Served over 115K individuals by distributing $1.7 million in financial assistance and 1.2 million pounds of food.