Social Services

Fort Worth Community Collaborative reveals 2023 impact

Fort Worth Community Collaborative (FWCC), a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the well-being of the community, announced the successful distribution of a remarkable 4,000 pounds of clothing to over 800 families grappling with economic challenges in the year 2023.

In a continuous endeavor to tackle the pressing issue of clothing insecurity, FWCC embarked on a monumental clothing distribution initiative aimed at providing warmth and solace to those in need. The organization’s unwavering commitment to the welfare of the community has yielded a significant impact, reaching and enriching hundreds of lives throughout the Fort Worth area.

Commencing in April 2023, the clothing distribution campaign witnessed FWCC collaborating harmoniously with local businesses, volunteers, and engaged community members to amass and distribute an extensive array of clothing items. From winter coats to everyday essentials, the non-profit worked diligently to ensure individuals facing financial hardships had access to quality clothing to fulfill their basic requirements.

Kelly Warner, President of FWCC, expressed heartfelt gratitude for the tremendous support received from the community and dedicated volunteers during the campaign. “We are profoundly moved by the generosity of our community and the unwavering dedication of our volunteers. This initiative would have remained an aspiration without their selfless contributions,” Warner emphasized.

FWCC’s impact transcends mere clothing provision; it fosters a profound sense of community and solidarity. By addressing the immediate needs of those grappling with clothing insecurity, the non-profit is actively shaping a more inclusive and supportive environment for all.

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