United Way of Tarrant County has received the Award of Distinction for Community Service from the College of Public Affairs and Community Service at the University of North Texas. United Way of Tarrant County received the honor along with the United Ways of Denton County […]
We are saddened by the passing of two friends of United Way: T.C. Gillespie and Richard Kirk. T.C. (at left), the President of the Tarrant County Central Labor Council-AFL-CIO, was a member of the United Way Board of Directors for the past several years. He […]
Join us March 4 for “United Way 101” hosted by the United Way Young Leaders Society. From 7:30 to 9:00 a.m. you’ll enjoy a free breakfast and inspiring program on the scope, impact and future of United Way of Tarrant County. Register today!
Texas will continue to outperform the nation, but the sub-par performance of the U.S. economy, long-term unemployment and a steady stream of people moving to Texas suggest the demand for nonprofit services will remain high, according to Economist Dr. Bernard “Bud” Weinstein of the SMU […]
Left to right: Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley, United Way Campaign Co-Chair Charlie Powell, United Way President and CEO Tim McKinney, Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price (Photo courtesy of Tarrant County) Sometimes one winner is not enough. Results of the 2013 “City vs. County United […]
Whether you want to prepare for your first foray into nonprofit board service or are on a board and want to polish your skills, the United Way Blueprint for Board Service program is for you. The next Blueprint class starts March 25, and January 24 […]
An impressive line-up of experts will offer perspectives on the local, state and national economy and the related implications for nonprofits at the 2014 United Way Economic Summit on February 13. The free event will be held in the Action A Room on the fourth […]
We are saddened to learn of Mayor Bob Bolen’s death earlier today. Mayor Bolen was truly a great man and a great leader. His legacy will be closely tied to all of the great things that Fort Worth has accomplished over the past 30-40 years. […]