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United Way of Tarrant County to Host Get United Day and Centennial Celebration on November 17 at 10:30 a.m.

Wednesday, November 9, 2022
Get United Day

President and CEO Leah M. King, and former City of Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams headline community speakers

Hear vision for the next 100 years of service to Tarrant County communities

TARRANT COUNTY (November 9, 2022) – Next week, United Way of Tarrant County celebrates 100 years of serving residents from every corner of Tarrant County. Join us at 10:30 a.m., Thursday, November 17 at Globe Life Field in Arlington for GET UNITED DAY to hear community leaders discuss United Way of Tarrant County’s commitment to addressing the needs of North Texans. The event publicly launches a multi-year campaign encouraging residents, businesses, civic leaders, partner organizations and fellow nonprofits to Get United in support of our local communities.

When 64 zip codes of Tarrant County come together, we can make a more vibrant and stable community for all.


WHEN: GET UNITED DAY, Thursday, November 17, 2022 10:30 a.m.

WHERE: Globe Life Field, 734 Stadium Drive, Arlington, TX, 76011 *Nearest parking in available in Lot B


  • Leah M. King, President and CEO, United Way of Tarrant County
  • The Honorable Jeff Williams, Former Mayor of Arlington
  • Zak Andersen, VP of Corporate Relations, BNSF Railway Company
  • Hadley Woerner, President of Tarrant Region Frost Bank
  • Featuring Chuck Morgan, voice of the Texas Rangers


  • United Way of Tarrant County’s launch of Get United public engagement campaign
  • Hundreds of city, civic, business, and nonprofit leaders in attendance
  • Exclusive reveal of community ‘Get United’ mural 




For press attendance or event questions, please contact:  
Darian Taylor  
Public Relations  
Phone: 832-265-8446

For information on United Way of Tarrant County, please contact:  
Deanna W. Titzler  
Chief Communications and Marketing Officer  
Phone: 817-600-7441

About United Way of Tarrant County

United Way of Tarrant County brings people together to build strong communities where everyone thrives. As a nonprofit leader, we help communities tackle tough challenges and work with private, public and nonprofit partners to boost education, financial stability and health resources. In the past two years, we have doubled our impact, helping more than 550,000 people through our resources. We celebrate our 100th anniversary in 2022 and are ready to serve Tarrant County for years to come.