CARING AND SUPPORTIVE PROJECTS



 

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 2017 Scholarships' Recipients
Trinity Hawkins
Taylor Howard  Mia Johnson Soromtochi Onyeahialam Madison Owens
 
2016 Scholarship Recipients 2016 Scholarship Recipients 2016 Scholarship Recipients 2016 Scholarship Recipients 2016 Scholarship Recipients 2016 Scholarship Recipients 2016 Scholarship Recipients
     

2016 Scholarship Recipients

     
     
2015 Scholarship Recipients and Phenomenal Partners 2014 Scholarship Recipients  2013 Scholarship Recipients
     
     
2012 Scholarship Recipients and Parents 2011 Scholarships Recipients 2010 Scholarship Recipients & Their Mothers
     
     
  2009 Scholarship Recipients   2008 Scholarship Recipients  2007 Scholarship Recipients
     
     
  2006 Scholarship Recipients  2005 Scholarship Recipients  1995 Scholarship Recipients and Committee Members
     
     
Mose & Mable Austin, SSLW Founders and CEO receive 2013 Lifetime Service Award from Joel C. Harmon Scholarship Alumni Reunion SSLW's Partner: Fort Bend Regional  P-16  Council
     
 
Executive Board      

 

  Mable & Mose Austin, Founder and CEO

President's Lifetime Volunteer Service Honorees

 
     
Inaugural Board of Directors  The Etiquette of Success Positive Males Initiative
     
     
Supportive Friends African American History Program Community Partners
     
     
1998 "Women Of Excellence" Youth Financial Literacy Workshop Senior Enrichment
     
     
Breast Prostate Cancer Awareness Seminar Miss Fort Bend County, Texas, & USA Voters Education and Registration
     
Walmart Matching Grant H & R Block presents Big Check Hightower Principal West & Staff Receives Totes
     
 
Kenya, Africa Onsite Assistance Kujuchagulia Women of Destiny Launcheon Fort Bend P-16 Regional Council Math Summit Committee
     
     
Hunter Glen Elementary School 5th Grade Graduates & Staff Incentives Dr. Carolyn Meyers, President, Jackson State University and Mable Scott Austin,
 Founding Treasurer,  Houston Area Alumni Chapter attend
 " A Safari Affair" a highly successful fundraiser.
Theatre Volunteer Hosts
     
     
Marshall High School Staff Appreciation Luncheon YMCA Shoes Donation Dress For Success Houston Panty Hose Donation
     
     

Jumbo, Easy, Slide Bingo Cards for Seniors

Ensemble Theatre Volunteers National Art Honor Society, Sugar Land Chapter
     
     
Founder, President, and Mrs. Erma Holman, Lifetime Member African American History Program Aspiring Artists A Conerned Citizens Group and SSLW Art Display at First Colony Library Branc
     
     
     
Volunteers Provide Fellowship, Fun, and Food for Women and Children in Transition  Adopt McAuliffe Middle School 

Kuji Legacy Community Partners Honorees

     
     
     
     
     

The rose symbolizes our belief system. It signifies:

Love GOD first,
others second,
and self last.

Mailing Address:

Suburban Sugar Land Women (SSLW)

Volunteer, Incorporated, 501C3, Service Organization Since 1989

Post Office Box 2384

Sugar Land, Texas 77487, USA

Web Master: Mose Austin

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Suburban Sugar Land Women (SSLW) is a volunteer, non profit, tax exempt, 501C(3), incorporated, community service organization dedicated to serving those in need by providing human and financial services and resources since 1989.
All contributions are tax deductible in accordance with IRS guidelines. Written receipts are provided within thirty days.

SSLW appreciate your ongoing support. Together, we transform lives.