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Tomorrow’s Families Today


Young World Changers

Financial Classes, Community Service, Career Readiness, School Attendance, grades, City and School District Operations.  Character Building, Academic, Employment, Drug and Alcohol awareness, and Scholarships for College. 

TFT Young World Changers Benefits


Better quality of life

Each child experiences the kind of fun and adventure that brings big smiles and even bigger memories.


Increased resiliency

Researchers have found that the most critical factor in building resiliency in children is the consistent presence of a caring, supportive person who provides unconditional love, non-judgmental, active listening, and actions that communicate, “I am here for you.”


Increased self-confidence

Kids build confidence by doing. Encouragement and support can help a child feel safe enough to try something new.

“Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old , he will not depart from it”

Proverb 22.6


Package A

5 week topic course Package A
(Budget, Debt, Assets, Cash Flow, Credit)

Package B

an 2 Hour Crunch Course
(Budget, Debt, Assets, Cash Flow, Credit)

Package C

1 hour Pick a Topic
(Budget, Debt, Assets, Cash Flow, Credit)

One in three young people will grow up without an adult mentor.

TFT safely and skillfully matches adult volunteers with youth who need support through our process.

We get to know the youth.
We explain our goal is to be a mentor to help with a positive plan into adulthood with the goal of financial literacy.
Mentors can help these young kids improve academics, improve their behavioral and emotional health, and positively change.

This is just an example classic truck and not the actual truck that will be rebuilt.

Automotive Program

Truck Build out with Fort Worth ISD

This program consists of all the schools collaborating to rebuild a classic vehicle for the Mecum Auction. This project will be split between the participating schools. During the build process, progress videos will be made for social media, recognition for the students involved, and promotion for the sale of the vehicle at auction.

Trimble Tech

O.D Wyatt

Northside High

Poly Tech


“Just as the rich rule the poor, so the borrower is a servant to the lender”

Proverbs 22:7


Financial Courses Offered:

Debt Free Community (Free Classes) /
Money Coaching

Credit, Budgeting, Retirement, Debt Cash Flow, Community Services, Debt, Home Purchasing, Home repair.

TFT is Dedicated to Fort Worth, Texas, and its communities. Our program will help people become debt free by Saving, Saving for Retirement, and Budgeting. After going through TFT Program, you will better understand how to be debt Free and on your way to fulfilling your Short and Long Term life goals. Please get in touch with us if you have any questions or if you would like to schedule an appointment.

Types of Debts

  • Automotive
  • Investment debt
  • Business debt
  • Bankruptcy
  • Cosigning
  • Lending to others
  • Charging interest
  • Collecting
  • Business loans


  • How much
  • Investing
  • Steady plodding


  • What is Debt
  • What it cost us
  • The physical cost of debt

Understanding compound interest:

  • The amount
  • Rate of return
  • Time
Avoid risky investments:

  • Diversify
  • Gambling
  • Taxes Insurance
Budget 5 Step For Getting Out Of Debt:

  • Establish a budget
  • List your assets – everything you own
  • List your liabilities – everything you own
  • Establish a debt repayment plan for each creditor
  • Don’t give up


Package A

5 week topic course Package A
(Budget, Debt, Assets, Cash Flow, Credit)

Package B

an 2 Hour Crunch Course
(Budget, Debt, Assets, Cash Flow, Credit)

Package C

1 hour Pick a Topic
(Budget, Debt, Assets, Cash Flow, Credit)

Course Name:

Debt & Retirement Stats


  • 76% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck
  • $29,400 is the average student loan balance
  • 90% of Americans but things they cant afford


  • 42% of Americans don’t know how much they need to retire
  • 60% of workers worry about retirement
  • 29% of Americans have less than $1000 saved for retirement


Supporting Our Veterans & Homeless Communities

Providing Support to Veterans Through a Collaboration of Community Partners

Community Services, Volunteering, Donation, Financial Mentoring and shelter and VA Benefits.

The following sections describe some programs that can assist our nation’s veterans. The programs may focus on financial mentoring, housing shelters, and transitioning from military to civilian life. We also cover the roles of local service providers, community partnerships, and veterans’ organizations in promoting connectedness and eliminating isolation among Veterans. Finally, to ensure that the programs we support provide the most effective care possible, we develop collaborations with local resources and partners to provide outreach and treatment services to veterans in their communities.

Feeding our veterans and Financial mentoring

The Veterans Affairs Department recently commissioned a report identifying the number one cause for dissatisfaction among returning veterans: low income. As a result, we have created programs and services to help veterans manage their money and improve their lives to address this. 

Housing shelters and transition to civilian life

Many veterans face many challenges upon transitioning from the military to civilian life. In addition, many are traumatically injured and need to learn how to adapt to civilian life.

Housing shelters and the transition to civilian life for veterans are two that we focus on. Veterans can access several programs and VA benefits to help them adjust to civilian life. We can help guide them through these options.


Crime Prevention, Drug Awareness, and Driving Program

Community Involvement, Drug and Awareness, reduce juvenile crime, reduce violent Crime.

A community must consider the physical and mental aspects of crime prevention and awareness programs to prevent crimes.

Awareness is a state of conscious living and mind. It helps us recognize dangers and move to safety if we feel threatened. Criminals constantly adapt their methods, changing their physical and emotional relationships. By learning new information, you can become more aware of dangers and avoid them before they happen.

Reduce Juvenile crimes

Investing in after-school programs is one way to reduce juvenile crime. A recent study analyzed data from the FBI and law enforcement agencies to determine the best hours to provide after-school programming. The peak times for juvenile crime are from 2 to 6 p.m. during the week. In addition, providing a caring adult presence makes children feel safe and achieve better academic outcomes and social and emotional development.

The number one method for juvenile crime prevention is youth crime programs. Sixty percent of respondents surveyed said they were effective, and seventy percent said they were very effective. Eighty percent of respondents viewed youth crime prevention programs as essential.

Juvenile Services

About Juvenile Services

Tarrant County Juvenile Services are provided to juveniles under the authority of the Tarrant County Juvenile Board.


Home and Community Improvement

Community Cleanup, Small Home repairs, Volunteering, Helping Senior Citizen

We offer services to help families stay in their homes and improve their homes by providing resources to help with minor improvements, which helps the homeowner and helps the community and neighborhood.  

1. Hire a Insured, License Certified contractor for Home remodeling needs.

2. Rent a Contractor to Supervise your Home Projects need to a day.

3. Help in the community or Nominate an Senior Citizen or Veterans for a small home projects.

Hire a Contractor

We are starting a pilot program to allow you to hire a contractor. This program is geared towards offering affordable contractors to seniors and or Veterans. If you want to be contacted once this program is launched, please complete the following form.

“Blessed shall you be when you come in, and blessed shall be when you go out”

Deuteronomy 28:6

Keep Fort Worth Beautiful

Keep Fort Worth Beautiful Programs

We encourage our residents, businesses and visitors to become a volunteer to help prevent litter and make a difference in our community – all ages and abilities welcome!

Need help making the Big Decision

Building a House, Buying a House or Renovate a House?

We can help individuals and families make informed decisions about their living situations. Our organization can provide resources and guidance to help you weigh the pros and cons of each option and make a choice that best fits your needs and budget, along with our unique programs to offer assistance.