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Latest 4-Star Rating Places UWTC Among Top 6% of Charities

Way of Tarrant County’s strong financial health and commitment to accountability and transparency have once again earned it a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator,  America’s largest independent charity evaluator. This is the fifth year in a row that UWTC has earned the top rating. Charity Navigator […]

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North Texas Innovation

           United Way of Dallas and United Way of Tarrant County are leading the charge in social innovation. We are part of the movement to move the needle in creating lasting change in our communities. One Up this by voting for […]

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Tim McKinney Named 2016 Top Nonprofit CEO

Congratulations to United Way of Tarrant County CEO Tim McKinney for being named the 2016 Top Nonprofit CEO by Fort Worth Business. Tim has been President and CEO of United Way of Tarrant County (UWTC) since November 2007. UWTC and its partners help 300,000 people […]

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Definitely not the old United Way | Meet Kernel

Tarrant county has grown by 25% since 2000. All of this growth has also increased challenges in our community across all demographics and backgrounds. At United Way of Tarrant County, we’re adding efforts to help address the social challenges our community faces – violence (both […]

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NORTH MAIN DETOUR

If you normally take North Main to get to United Way’s 1500 N. Main office from downtown Fort Worth, you’ll need to plan an alternate route starting in April. That’s when construction is scheduled to begin on the North Main Street bridge. The City is […]

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Brandon Booker Named Vice Chair of United Way Worldwide Forum

Brandon Booker, United Way of Tarrant County’s Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, has been selected to be Vice Chair of the 2016 United Way Worldwide Financial and Talent Management Forum in Orlando Sept. 19-21. The annual forum attracts United Way CFOs, Controllers, Finance and Accounting […]

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