United Way of Tarrant County is one organization that unites many

We do data-gathering, community listening and analysis to identify the root causes of the toughest issues in Tarrant County. Then, our teams build trust, form partnerships and leverage initiatives to address those problems – whether developing programming ourselves or bolstering local groups that are already doing great work in our communities. We’ve made 100 years of progress and we have big goals for our second century together.

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Get United Initiatives

Our focus as we enter our second century

COMMUNITY RESPONSE

Providing the basics for daily needs, disaster relief and veterans.

COMMUNITY HEALTH

Ensuring a community where everyone can be safe and healthy, with a particular focus on underserved neighborhoods, women, children, older adults and those with disabilities.

FINANCIAL EMPOWERMENT

Equipping individuals with the tools for independence, from financial literacy to stable housing and transportation.

EDUCATION AND LEARNING

Preparing the current and future workforce to contribute to their own success and to their community.

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Fort Worth Community Holiday Tree Lighting

Our own President and CEO Leah M. King did the honors.

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Community conversations

Launching in a neighborhood near you in 2023.

Look Back

Get United Day.

Visit Our Mural

In honor of our 100th anniversary, this 30-foot mural was commissioned to illustrate the people in our diverse community coming together to “Get United.” Tarrant County native artist Jon McKenzie, who was born in Tarrant County, raised in Arlington and attended Tarrant County College, created the mural, which depicts four uplifting and inclusive scenes.

The mural will be located in the North Plaza at Globe Life Field in Arlington through early January.

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