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North Texas Area United Way kicks off $500,000 goal for community programs

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The Times Record News reported that North Texas Area United Way recently kicked off its annual campaign and announced its goal to be $500,000. The funds will benefit different nonprofits in the Wichita Falls community. They include:

  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Wichita
  • Child Care, Inc. – Quality Childcare
  • Communities In Schools (CIS) – ACE (Afterschool Centers on Education):
  • Helen Farabee Centers – PACK (Pursuing Alternative Choices Through Knowledge)
  • Iowa Park Recreational Activity Center – RAC PAC Kids: RAC PAC Kids (Recreational Activity Club’s Playful, Artistic, and Creative Kids in Developmental Stages)
  • Southside Youth Senter – Summer Learning Program
  • YMCA – Early Childhood Education
  • Zavala Hispanic Cultural Initiative – The Road to College and Beyond:
  • Catholic Charities – Community Connections
  • Wichita Adult Literacy Council (WALC)
  • Senior Citizens Activity Center of Burkburnett – Meals on Wheels and Congregate Meals
  • THE Kitchen – Meals on Wheels
  • Big Brothers, Big Sisters
  • Habitat for Humanity – Corporate Challenge
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
  • Teen Court – School Courts & Campus Courts

Chairman of the Board David Cook stated during the kickoff event for the campaign that “Non-profits are vital to the well being of our community.”

ABOUT NORTH TEXAS AREA UNITED WAY

The mission of North Texas Area United Way is to improve the quality of lives in our communities through Education, Financial Stability and Health. Please visit the organization’s website for more information.

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