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New Partnership Expands Falls Prevention Program

Since United Way introduced the A Matter of Balance falls prevention program in Tarrant County, the program has helped hundreds of local older adults avoid injury and costly hospitalization and emergency room visits caused by falls. Now a partnership of United Way, Senior Citizen Services, […]

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New Officers and Directors Lead United Way

With the end of summer approaching, United Way’s volunteer leaders are back in action, including new 2014-2015 Board officers and directors. Scott Spiker is 2014-2015 Board Chair, and Brad Forsberg will head up the 2014 United Way campaign. Scott, CEO of First Command Financial Services, […]

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United Way Awards $423,364 for Veterans Services

United Way of Tarrant County, largely through the support of Lockheed Martin, has allocated $423,364 to provide employment assistance, counseling and other high-priority community services needed by military service members who are returning to civilian life in local communities. The money comes from the Tarrant […]

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United Way Announces 2013-2014 Revenue of $33.8 Million

United Way of Tarrant County has raised $33,750,115 in total revenue in 2013-2014 to advance education, financial stability and health. The total is an increase of almost 11 percent over last year. Besides underwriting United Way’s “impact” work in those areas, the money will support […]

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Congratulations Blueprint for Board Service Graduates!

Congratulations to the 2014 United Way Blueprint for Board Service graduates! Over five evenings, these enterprising men and women learned about the role of nonprofit boards in our community, developed a better understanding of health and human services, and built relationships with a diverse group […]

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This Thank You is for YOU

This work of art from a young Fort Worth ISD student was intended for you, because your United Way investment made possible a Scholastic Book Fair where children in United Way’s early grade reading program received $25 gift cards to buy books for themselves. More […]

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