An unprecedented collaboration was announced between the nation’s leading organizations in youth health and wellness that could turn the tides in the fight against childhood obesity across the country, starting in Arlington Independent School District.
Teachers at three different North Texas schools have been selected to receive a total of $50,000 in I Rock Math grants from United Way. The teachers submitted winning proposals for innovative, scalable math programs.
DALLAS (January 23, 2014) – United Way of Metropolitan Dallas is pleased to announce its newest group of GroundFloor Fellows. The GroundFloor, an accelerator fund and program that provides investment, mentorship and other resources to … more »
By Energy Future Holdings (source) DALLAS (January 20, 2013) – In 2013, the people of Energy Future Holdings and its portfolio of companies, Luminant, Oncor and TXU Energy, showed their spirit for giving back in … more »
United Way of Metropolitan Dallas to be recognized at AT&T stadium as part of 90th anniversary celebration.
More than 300 will join Mayor Mike Rawlings; globally recognized social innovator, Aaron Hurst; and New York Times bestselling author and Today Show correspondent, Jenna Bush Hager, along with a roster of high-‐profile speakers for … more »
Providing North Texas schools with resources to engage teachers, students and parents in a joint effort to improve community health and reduce childhood obesity.
Celebration coincides with the 40th anniversary of United Way Worldwide’s historic NFL partnership.
(DALLAS) – United Way of Metropolitan Dallas announced today that it will invest $50 million in the North Texas community during its 2013-2014 fiscal year. Among its diverse range of investments are the first three-year … more »