Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County’s CEO Don Shisler was recently named Top Nonprofit Executive by the Fort Worth Business Press. 14 individuals and businesses were recognized at an event on August 29 at the Fort Worth Club.
The FWBP reported that Shisler shared these words with the event attendees: ““I’m a minister. I’m serving the Lord Jesus Christ and I enjoy every day that I serve at Union Gospel Mission. But it’s a team effort there. It’s the board of directors, it’s my staff, it’s the volunteers and it’s the community. We all come together there at Union Gospel Mission at some capacity. It may be sending in a donation, it may be volunteering there.”
Union Gospel Mission shared on its Facebook page along with the above photo that it was “so proud” Shisler was named Top Nonprofit Executive.
ABOUT UNION GOSPEL MISSION OF TARRANT COUNTY
Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County has over 129 years of experience providing food, shelter and supportive services to thousands of men, women and children. These services have given many residents hope and a chance for a new start. In the secure environment of UGM-TC’s six-acre campus, residents participate in programs designed to maximize their potential by developing the skills they need to return to the community as independent, productive members. Our trained staff strives to build dependable, trustworthy relationships with clients. A holistic approach is taken to address physical, mental, emotional and spiritual needs. We provide space in which a person can openly discuss one’s unique situation, needs, concerns, strengths and hopes. The programs we offer aim to give homeless individuals the greatest chance of developing the skills and self-confidence to attain self-sufficiency. Find out more on the organization’s website.