2017 Health Fair

$530,000 worth of services!

Providing over half a million dollars worth of services in 4 hours, SBFDC’s Health Fair was Houston’s largest back-to-school vaccine event!

By the numbers:

1,110 children

received immunizations


# of children who received backpacks & school supplies


in attendance from SBISD

Served 4,000+

in less than 4 hours

90 Adults

received 3 different Health Screenings

children received dental sealants from the City of Houston Bureau of Oral Health


Community organizations represented (>10 visited by each family)


Boxed lunches distributed to children by the City of Houston Parks & Recreation Office


Volunteers from the greater community
SBISD Nurses – SBISD Police – Houston Police Department – Current & Former Harris County ESL Students – Northbrook HS ROTC & Drum Line – National Charity League, Bayou Villages Chapter – Boys & Girls Clubs – Chapelwood UMC – Seitel – Bank of Hope – Samsung Industries – Korean Community Center – Spring Spirit Baseball – Generation Church – Community Members – Memorial Spring Branch Rotary Club – St. Jerome Catholic Church – Hollibrook Elementary – Edgewood Elementary – Dr. Scott Muri, SBISD Superintendent – District A Councilmember Brenda Stardig & Staff – Hon. Michael Landrum – Bill Balko, Rotary International District 5890 Governor – Councilmember Dr. Jack Christie – SBFDC Board Members

Thank you to the Event Sponsors
Blue Cross Blue Shield Care Van – Spring Branch Management District – Rotary Club of Memorial Spring Branch – Spring Branch Independent School District – Spring Branch Community Health Center – National Charity League, Bayou Villages Chapter – City of Houston – Korean Community Center – METRO – Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston – Walmart – McDonald’s – Memorial Hermann Prevention & Recovery – Spring Branch Family Development Center
SBFDC is humbled by the recognition from Council Member Brenda Stardig.