Mercy Goods grand opening

The Central Fort Bend Chamber and the community celebrated the ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening for Mercy Goods Co. in Richmond on Tuesday. Mercy Goods began in 2016, and was created to provide employment, training, and mentorship to at-risk youth in Fort Bend County. Mercy Goods is an affiliate of Attack Poverty, a non-profit to help strengthen under resourced communities. Mercy Goods is active in the community and local high schools. It has already begun transforming students’ lives. Check out Mercy Good’s new show room, located at 501 Morton St. in Richmond. To learn more about Mercy Goods & Attack Poverty, or to find ways to volunteer, visit &

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