United Way of Tarrant County offers a variety of volunteer opportunities in Texas.It is one way to ensure that employees or community members find at least one thing they’d feel satisfied engaging in.For more details, visit our website
United Way of Tarrant County's Area Agency on Aging service is responsible for the development and coordination of a comprehensive system for senior citizens over the age of 60 and with a disability residing in Cooke, Fannin, and Grayson Counties in Texas.
With more than 7000 US-based nonprofits helping veterans and we are one of them.United Way of Tarrant County helps both veterans, active-duty military members and their families in North Texas find community resources and gain access to a variety of services including primary, speciality, and mental health care, job training and employment, housing assistance, and education to develop skills for transitioning to civilian life.For more dtails visit us at https://unitedwaytarrant.soup.io/post/694856622/Organizations-Serving-Veterans-Emergency-Funds-For-Veterans
United Way Tarrant County's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program help to low-income households ensures that they secure the largest tax refund possible, entirely free-of-charge.For more details, visit our website.
United Way of Tarrant County's health and human services is committed to helping Texas citizens connect with the services they need.Our Area Agency on Aging has a long history of helping older adults, people with disabilities, and their caregivers in Tarrant County.
Donate in United Way’s Emergency Relief Fund that will be used to cover basic needs such as food, rent, utilities, child care, and other social services for those affected by COVID-19, including our most vulnerable populations such as the elderly, children and veterans.For Donation visit at www.unitedwaytarrant.org
United Way of Tarrant County is offering volunteer opportunities, during this time of rapidly changing circumstances, volunteering and service are more important than ever.
United Way of Tarrant County's Aging and Disability Resource Center makes it easier for older adults and people with disabilities to find long-term care facilities.
We provide one-stop access to information for people who need help finding long-term care services in Texas.
United Way of Tarrant County is one of the best nonprofit organizations in Texas.We fight for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in our community.
United Way of Tarrant County is one of the best Community Assessment treatment center in Texas.Our community assessment is possible by a grant from the Sid Richardson Foundation.It is the final third & final phase of development in support of our new strategic plan, which launched in the spring of 2018.
Are you looking for community involvement programs?no look further than United Way of Tarrant County community involvement programs.We offer a variety of services and supports to individuals with disabilities, Wild About Reading, an event to encourage reading and educational activities, the free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.
Tarrant County charities are providing counseling, family finance education, employment resources, and more to help the unemployed cope with their situations.Read this blog to know more https://www.unitedwaytarrant.org/blog/general/tarrant-county-charities-resources-during-covid-19/
United Way of Tarrant County provides FREE income tax preparation assistance at its Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Free Tax Centers.We have helped in multiple locations, low-income working individuals and families with their taxes.
Nonprofit organizations in Texas like us want you to calm down so that you can act responsibly and live comfortably.We do encourage finding positive ways to cope with all of the anxiety generated by the pandemic.Read on for some suggestions on how to better manage your stress during this trying time.
Nowadays Coronavirus(COVID-19) is spread all over the world.Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases.Go through this blog to learn about the spread of the virus and how to protect yourself and your family.
United Way of Tarrant County takes some actions to protect our staff, volunteers, guests, partners, and the community from coronavirus.We have asked all our area agency on aging employees to work remotely if possible.Postponed our upcoming events include Wild About Reading.Canceled all group presentations and public appearances and many more things.Go through this page to know what we are doing.
There are so many nonprofit organizations facing problems in fundraising and they cannot get done if there is no funding for the execution of their good deeds.Fundraising is a great way to acquire money for nonprofit organizations in Texas.Go through this blog to know four unique fundraising ideas that are sure to encourage awareness and donations.
Our veteran's emergency fund helps both veterans, active-duty military members and their families in North Texas.We offer a variety of services including primary, specialty, and mental health care, job training and employment, housing assistance, and education to develop skills for transitioning to civilian life.
We helped in the tax season with our Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.Our volunteers helped more than 9,000 income tax returns for low-income families and individuals, generate more than $16 million in tax refunds, Tax filers save more than $130,000.To learn more about VITA, visit our website.