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La Familia De Esperanza is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing physical, emotional, educational, and spiritual support in North Texas communities to underserved youth and their families.​


La Familia De Esperanza’s Founder Courtney Jones spent years volunteering with various organizations to help meet the needs of underserved families within Texas. Through her work within the public school system, as both a teacher and mentor, she became keenly aware of the needs of the youth she worked with.


When COVID-19 rocked our worlds, the imminent need to start a non-profit organization that enabled her to pull together her various resources became evident and La Familia De Esperanza was born. LFDE is a non-profit that is focused on establishing lasting relationships within the communities we serve. These lasting relationships will help families, neighborhoods, and communities grow in their physical, emotional, educational, and spiritual well-being.


Currently, we are providing exercise classes for moms and their children, with a focus on promoting healthy lifestyle choices. These classes are free of charge for residents within the local communities that we serve. These classes lead to empowerment, growth in physical strength and confidence, as well as camaraderie among the participants.


La Familia De Esperanza has partnered with Five Loaves Food Pantry to provide produce, bread, and milk to local communities one time a week. This enables families to get real food incorporated into their diets, in order to further establish healthy habits. LFDE has, also, partnered with Invincible Church to help meet home repair needs within the communities we serve.


La Familia De Esperanza is establishing lasting relationships to help empower underserved children, youth, and their families within North Texas. These relationships will enable personal empowerment, which leads to family empowerment, which leads to community empowerment.

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