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United Way of Tarrant County and Myles Turner, #33, Indiana Pacers, challenge the Trinity High School students to volunteer! Everyone that accepts this challenge will not only be able to provide valuable service to to the HEB community, but also help themselves. As most students and their parents know, colleges look highly at volunteering on college applications often with requirements of 100 hours or more. So here’s your chance to give back to and work towards your future goals!




  • Our hope is for each student to strive to have volunteered at least 100 hours by the end of the challenge.
  • United Way of Tarrant County & 6 Stones will work to provide and arrange volunteer opportunities for students. (Please reference this page for volunteer listings)
  • The challenge will begin on September 2nd, 2016 and end on April 30th, 2016
  • Students will be required to log their volunteer hours and details on this page
  • At the end of the challenge (April 30th, 2016) United Way of Tarrant County will award the Charles Clark Community Service Award to the deserving student(s) who exhibit outstanding leadership through community service.
  • The recording of volunteer hours and details is based on the honor system and random spot checks of submitted hours will be conducted to ensure that accurate and truthful results are being recorded.

Have fun being part of huge movement to better our neighborhood!

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Myles Turner, #33, Indiana Pacers