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  P.O. Box 202
  Friendswood, Texas 77549

  832-274-3893
  832-498-3957

  info@bwbtexas.org
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Builders Without Borders of Texas, Inc., is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping others help themselves by assisting with food, housing, education, and medical services to disadvantaged people locally and around the world.
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100% of all proceeds go to our projects.

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206 E. Edgewood
Friendswood, Texas 77546

281-220-8455

Hours
Tuesday-Saturday
10:00-4:00

Donations accepted and greatly appreciated!

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in October!
Vocational and Technical Education
"Education is the more powerful weapon that you can use to change the world."
Nelson Mandela
We believe that all children deserve the best education available and that all adults deserve the opportunity for higher education, be it a formal academic education, technical or vocational.
We strive to be sure that everyone we assist receives that opportunity.

  P.O. Box 202
  Friendswood, Texas 77549

  832-274-3893
  832-498-3957

  info@bwbtexas.org
Builders Without Borders of Texas, Inc., is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping others help themselves by assisting with food, housing, education, and medical services to disadvantaged people locally and around the world.
Haiti
The World Factbook reports a shortage of skilled labor, widespread unemployment and underemployment in Haiti, saying "more than two-thirds of the labor force do not have formal jobs." It is also often stated that three-quarters of the population lives on $2USD or less per day. The towns south of Port-au-Prince are considered among the most difficult in Haiti related to jobs and income. Our long-term plan for development of property in Raymond is to partner with local residents in developing businesses, as the property is located along and fronts the main road between Jacmel and Cayes Jacmel.
We know that formal college is not for everyone, so we work to find vocational training for the young people at our orphanage.
Giving tile tools to Rico so that he can attend a class to learn to lay tile.
We purchased this bike for Woody to start a moto taxi service.
Mexico
In Carbonera, we built a sewing school and furnished it with brand new sewing machines. Volunteers have taught the women to quilt and sew. They now make items for their families as well as items to sell.
The sewing project began with volunteers teaching the women to sew on the driveway and pavilion at our team house. So many women attended, that the need for a building was apparent.
Women sewing on our pavilion before the school was built.
The sewing school under construction.
The sewing school building has also become a gathering place for the women to fellowship and hold Bible study and prayer time together.
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