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A Message from our CEO

A MESSAGE FROM OUR CEO Dear Change-Makers, As we close the fiscal year at United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, I extend a heartfelt thank you to every member o…

Together, We Can Expand Health Insurance Access and Save Lives

  Countless studies have shown a direct correlation between access to primary healthcare and positive health outcomes—and even longer lives. And people are m…

We’re Closing the Digital Divide to Improve Access to Education, Income and Health

In today’s fast-paced digital world, high-speed internet, digital skills and digital technology have become a necessity for accessing education, financial st…

Year-end Message from Michelle Horton

As my year as WOT Steering Committee Chair draws to a close, I want to extend my gratitude for your commitment and support of the United Way Women of Tocquev…

Q&A with March Tocqueville Fellow Graduate Grace Cook

At United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, developing a pipeline of change-makers to advance our work to achieve lasting results in our community is at the heart …

Texas Leads the Nation in Food Insecurity

Summer is right around the corner, which means many North Texas children will lose access to free school meals. During the “hungriest season” of the year, in…

United Way Hosts Summit to Address Food Access as Texas Is Named the Most Food-Insecure State

Access to food is essential for maintaining good health. The availability of regular, nutritious meals significantly influences our focus areas of education,…

Offering Support to Ensure Mothers and Babies Thrive

Content courtesy of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas Karen Caldwell sometimes worried new mothers and their babies might not be set up for success as she watc…