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Skeptical of the Power of Your Vote? Read This.

Election Day, Nov. 7, is fast approaching, and the team here at United Way of Metropolitan Dallas is encouraging every eligible North Texan to cast their bal…

Hundreds of Thousands of Texans May Lose Health Coverage This Year

This year, as many as 700,000 Texans—most of them children—are at risk of losing their health coverage because of a federal change to Medicaid coverage requi…

This Summer, North Texas Children Face a Variety of Challenges, Including Food Insecurity

Home to leading businesses, a steady stream of new residents and seemingly endless prosperity, North Texas was just named the fastest growing region in the U…

Our Collective Impact This Legislative Session

The regular session of the 88th Texas legislature has come to an end, and we are overwhelmed by the level of engagement and enthusiasm we saw from our fellow…

Women of Tocqueville Support a Brighter Future for Women and Children

United Way Women of Tocqueville members gathered virtually on April 28 for their third-annual baby shower, celebrating 71 expectant and new moms from our par…

Your Guide to Voting in the May 6 Election

Calling all change-seekers: North Texas has an important election coming up on Saturday, May 6 that could have a significant impact on education, income and …

Progress on Our 2023 Legislative Priorities

We’re two-thirds of the way through the 88th Texas Legislature and at a key juncture for our legislative priorities. In a few short weeks, bills will start d…

Go In-Depth on Our Legislative Priorities: Modernize the 211 Referral Helpline

211 is an important community resource that can be particularly useful for our low-income neighbors. However, the service has been underfunded for years. Dur…