FamilyPoint Resources is committed to building relational bridges and overcoming issues of poverty and fatherlessness in the West Houston community. FamilyPoint is a nonprofit dedicated to investing in the lives of children and families in order to help bridge social and economic gaps and be part of breaking cycles of poverty in the area. Most of their efforts are focused in the community surrounding Nottingham Park.

KK - 13 years old

KK’s family got involved with FamilyPoint through Meadow Wood Elementary.

“It is important for all kids to break away, get away, and have responsibility.”

--KK’s mom


FamilyPoint Resources

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Establishment

Born in 2005 out of a local church’s commitment to serve the common good of the city, FamilyPoint is now an independent non-profit organization.

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Area Of Impact

The Nottingham Park community- a community of families within nine low income apartments and town homes. The Nottingham park community extends from Kirkwood Drive (East) to Dairy Ashford (West) and I-10 (North) to Memorial Drive (South).

  • 50-60% of this population considered at risk
  • 60-70% children live in low income households
  • 50% live in single parent homes
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Serving the community

FamilyPoint Resources serves the community through:

  • Homework Help
  • Youth Sports
  • After School Programming
  • Summer Enrichment Camps

Community Served on Google Maps

Use the map below to explore the FamilyPoint Impact


Ozark For All & FamilyPoint Resources

FamilyPoint has been receiving camper scholarships through Ozark for All for six summers. In 2008, children from the Nottingham Park community experienced a week long session of incomparable Camp Ozark for the first time. In 2013, 104 FamilyPoint children loaded the bus to Mt. Ida, AR. Ozark for All is an experience that the children talk about year round. They can’t wait to go back to camp to try new activities, meet their counselors, and learn about God’s love for them.

“It has developed their faith and shown them who God is & what it means to be loved just for who they are.”

--Stephanie (Family Point Education Director)

“The idea that ‘If I’m involved, I may get to go to camp’ gets kids around. Some kids would not otherwise get connected with us.”

--Jason (Family Point Director)

“This gift is the most important thing that will happen in a kid’s life this year.”

--Jason (Family Point Director)