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Arlington Luncheon Showcases Partnerships

The April 12 United Way-Arlington Report to the Community Luncheon at Mediterranean Villa celebrated how a collaborative spirit and problem-solving partnerships make Arlington a community that comes together to advance the education, financial stability and health of Arlington citizens. Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams (shown here) spoke […]

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Education Community Conversation

United Way, Tarrant County College, Tarleton State University and the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History hosted a public “community conversation” on the importance of early grade reading April 13 at the Tarrant County College Trinity River Campus in Fort Worth. A panel of local […]

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Chronic Disease: Raising the Bar for All

While Tarrant County residents in general face many significant barriers to health, chronic conditions and the factors that lead to them can be more common or severe for certain groups. An April 11 seminar sponsored by United Way, its Area Agency on Aging and others […]

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Appreciation Event Says “Thank You” in Song

When expressing your feelings to an entire group of women, no serenading by a lone balladeer beneath a balcony will suffice. Instead, United Way hosted a Member Appreciation Celebration for the Women’s Leadership Council April 9 featuring the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. After a social […]

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2017 Blueprint Class Kicks Off

The Blueprint for Board Service class of 2017 kicked off on April 20 with participants from Fort Worth, Arlington, Mansfield, Dallas and Irving. Blueprint is an impactful opportunity to learn from and network with fellow professionals who are passionate about addressing the community’s most critical […]

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Congratulations, Myles Turner!

The stats say it all: Indiana Pacers #33 Myles Turner just finished a great second season. Myles, a Bedford native, is also a hometown hero here in Tarrant County. He joined up with United Way of Tarrant County to inspire others to give back to […]

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Communities In Schools | FEATURED AGENCY

    Communities In Schools of Greater Tarrant County is part of a national dropout prevention network. With over 200 affiliates nationwide, Communities In Schools is helping 1.3 million students stay in school and achieve in life. Communities In Schools knows how important it is […]

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