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United Way and AT&T Partner to Help Bridge the Digital Divide in Dallas

AT&T and United Way of Metropolitan Dallas have teamed up to help bridge the digital divide in Southern Dallas. AT&T is contributing $1 million to ou…

United Way, Capital Good Fund Team Up to Provide an Alternative to Predatory Lending

Last year, Cynthia Sutton, a 54-year-old Dallas resident, suddenly found herself in a financial crisis. She needed money to repair the car she uses for her p…

Women of Tocqueville Day of Painting at Agape

On December 10 and 11, over 20 volunteers across all United Way Giving Societies gathered at Agape Resource & Assistance Center to help pre-tape, prime, …

5 Tips for Building a Strong, Thriving Family

Having children is one of life’s biggest changes. Parenting doesn’t come with instructions, and sometimes it’s easy to get overwhelmed. That’s especially tru…

How Social Factors Impact the Health of North Texans

In many areas of North Texas, where you live can have a huge impact on the quality of education your children receive, the types of jobs available to you, an…

A Message on the New Year From Our CEO, Jennifer Sampson

In these first days of 2022, we have much to look forward to. Every new year presents a renewed opportunity to make North Texas a better place by challenging…

How Technology and Innovation Can Help Improve Access to Healthcare

On Tuesday, Oct. 20, we held the Health Innovation Technology Challenge awards event, where we brought together local health care leaders, technology experts…

Go Behind the Scenes with Our New Social Innovation Incubator

Every day, we work to drive transformative change and advance racial equity in the areas of education, income and health in North Texas. Our work in social i…