News & Events
Sixty and Betters Seeks Executive Director
This position reports to the President of the Board of Directors and is responsible for overseeing administration, development, programs, and the strategic plan of the agency, among other major duties.
Sixty and Better Healthy Aging Symposium
Using a whole-person approach to healthy aging, this one-day symposium explores relevant and practical ways that you can stay healthy and in-control of your life.
2019 Annual Report to the Community
Friends of Sixty and Better gathered to reflect and rejoice on accomplishments of 2019, as we celebrated our community partners and major donors. A special thanks to event sponsor Aetna for their support.
Winter Holiday Dance Party
Sixty and Better kicked off the holiday season with 300 Activity Center participants. Guests enjoyed music by DJ Bob Bonilla, a special performance by the Silver Sisters, friendship, food, and door prizes.
Held at River Ranch Stockyards, the Legends Gala had a Boots n’ Bling theme and guests came dressed in their best Western chic for a night of fun and celebration, with a Western flair.
Connect with Friends Your Age
In neighborhood Activity Centers across Tarrant County, we provide a variety of social activities with others aged 60+, including hobbies and games, crafts and fellowship, special events, and much more. Come alone or bring a friend!
Shared Meals with Your Friends
With a goal of reducing isolation and hunger, we provide a safe place for older adults to meet for friendship and a nutritious meal at our Activity Centers.
Stay Active and In Control of Your Life
Proven to improve the physical and mental well-being of older adults, throughout the year we offer three wellness workshops at locations across Tarrant County at no cost to you. Learn more about A Matter of Balance, Chronic Disease Self-Management, and the Ageing Mastery Program®.
Volunteer with Us
No Act of Kindness is Ever Wasted
We connect older adults to meaningful community service opportunities, giving you a renewed sense of purpose. We also connect corporate and group volunteers to opportunities at our Activity Centers.
Make a Gift
Any Level of Support Helps
We rely on the generosity of caring individuals and community partners in order to provide vital programming and critical services to Tarrant County's older adults.
Your tax-deductible gift makes an immediate impact on the health and nutrition of older adults in Tarrant County.
Every $6.72 donated supports the cost of one meal for an older adult.
$30 ~ 1 week of meals
$60 ~ 2 weeks of meals