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These Volunteer Jobs Pay Dividends in Many Ways

Imagine helping a single mother start an education fund for her children. Or paying a month’s rent for someone who recently lost his job. You can do this and more by volunteering at a United Way VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) Center. United Way’s IRS-supported, […]

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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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Day of Action 2014

United Way of Tarrant County is collecting donated school supplies through June 20 to assist 58 college-bound members of partner agency Girls Incorporated. Fifteen of the young women will be the first in their families to attend college, and among those 15, five are the […]

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Volunteers Honored for Service to Older Adults

A Grapevine man and a North Richland Hills woman who volunteer countless hours enriching the lives of older adults are the 2014 recipients of awards presented annually by United Way’s Area Agency on Aging. Ken Anderson and Rosa Gonzalez have received the Outstanding Older American […]

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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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Help the Hungry During the NALC Food Drive May 10

May 10th is the National Association of Letter Carriers annual food drive held in partnership with United Way, the AFL-CIO, U.S. Postal Service, Campbell’s and others. You can participate by leaving non-perishable foods such as canned meat, tuna, soups, vegetables, pasta, rice, cereal and peanut […]

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