Philanthropy, Inclusion, Growth,

For a Better Tomorrow.

Why I See You (YICU)

2018 YICU Service Awards Winners

Youth Global Citizen

Kite Festival 2018

For a Better Tomorrow brings signature fundraiser Kite Fest every year to our community for the last five years. Find out more about Kite Fest ... 

See most recent Pantagraph article that covers our Kite Fest, YGC and YICU funds raised and distribution information along with YICU 2018 winners announced - here.

About FBT

We believe in accountable philanthropy through service and leadership

Who We Are

We are a group of passionate and philanthropic global citizens and donors who seek to practice accountable philanthropy through service and leadership.

What We Do

We strive to lend long-term commitment and support to growing organizations until they can stand on their own. We strive to identify root causes and provide sustainable solutions.

Why Donate?

FBT supports projects locally (Central Illinois) and globally in places such as India, Haiti, and Belize. Over 98% of all donated funds go directly to project recipients. All FBT board members volunteer their time and take no salary or compensation of any kind.

Active Projects

These are the projects that we are currently sponsoring. Click on the icons to visit their pages.

Aple Ghar

Aple Ghar adopts kids without parents or kids from a single parent household. In 2013, they received best orphanage award from Government of Maharashtra, India.
Funds Raised $4,800


Sri Vidhya

Sri Vidhya for School for Special Children, to provide life skills and services to children with intellectual disabilities in Hyderabad, India.

Funds Raised $7,200



Nirmaan is a constructive citizen movement for an empowered India, thereby making the world a better place to live in. Nirmaan was founded in 2005 by a group of BITS-Pilani University students with a passion for humanity and to fulfil their responsibility towards the less privileged brothers & sisters.

Funds Raised $7890


 Friends of the Children of Haiti

Friends of the Children of Haiti (FOTCOH) works to provide life-saving support and education to the Haitian community at our clinic in Jacmel, Haiti.
Funds Raised $7500