Celebrating their 100th Anniversary - Congratulations United Way of Tarrant County!
November 15, 2022
(Pictured Faye Beaulieu, Sr. VP; Deanna Titzler, Chief CMO; Leah King, President/CEO of United Way of Tarrant County; and Judge Glen Whitley)
On November 15, 2022, Tarrant County Commissioners Court congratulated United Way of Tarrant County on its 100th anniversary for supporting our communities and enriching the lives of everyone in Tarrant County. The Court proclaimed November 17, 2022, “GET UNITED DAY” in Tarrant County and asked all residents to join in the celebration of and commitment to the important work to be done in our communities for the next 100 years.
United Way of Tarrant County serves residents from every corner of our county. They work to build relationships and trust alongside the communities they serve and empower residents, volunteers, donors, businesses, governments, nonprofits, and community stakeholders to come together not only to fix problems but to tackle the reasons those problems exist in the first place. United Way of Tarrant County supports major areas of need and issues in Tarrant County. This includes healthy aging, financial literacy, veterans support, housing insecurity, emergency disaster response, community safety, basic needs, health equity, transportation, women’s needs, education, and workforce development.
United Way of Tarrant County encourages all residents of Tarrant County to get united to create change and build stronger communities for all by all.
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