Celebrate with Sixty and Better!
2020 Annual Report to the Community and Breakfast Meeting
Thursday, January 30, 2020
7:30 AM – 9:00 AM
First Presbyterian Church - Great Hall
1000 Penn Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102
Please join Sixty and Better as we celebrate the achievements and milestones of 2019, and honor our community partners, foundations, and donors for their generous support of our mission to empower older adults to live with purpose, independence, and dignity.
Staying Connected While Apart
Delivering Meals to
Activity Center Participants
Sixty and Better is delivering meals to Participants at their homes due to Activity Center closures.
Staff and Volunteers go through special Coronavirus training, and throughout the deliveries, maintain health and food safety protocols.
HOW TO GET MEALS DELIVERED
Meals are available to Activity Center Participants. To sign up for deliveries, contact (817) 413-4949 ext. 223 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meaningful Work. Unforgettable Experiences.
Join Sixty and Better and help us empower older adults to live with purpose, independence, and dignity. Sixty and Better is an equal opportunity employer.
The Executive Director is the key management leader of Sixty and Better, Inc., a 53-year old agency that promotes Healthy Aging in Tarrant County. The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing administration, development, programs and the strategic plan of the agency. Other major duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. This position reports to the President of the Board of Directors.
To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter indicating your qualifications for the position, with names and contact information for three references, to Sareth Collins at email@example.com.
This position is open until filled.
Help Us Stay Connected to Older Adults
Volunteer to distribute meals and help Sixty and Better maintain a vital lifeline to older adults who would normally attend their neighborhood Activity Center.
Sixty and Better has provided a place for older adults to have fun, be well, and stay connected since 1967. That has been challenged with the Coronavirus Pandemic, as all older adults are asked to stay home and limit their exposure to others.
Meals that you will distribute meet at least one-third of the recommended daily nutrition intake.
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Currently, deliveries are for Participants of Sixty and Better Activity Centers.
1) Sign Up to Volunteer
We appreciate your willingness to help! We need volunteers to distribute meals to older adults across Tarrant County. Volunteers are subject to a criminal background check (at no cost to you). Click the Sign-Up button to fill out our volunteer form online.
2) Complete Volunteer Training
Online training takes about 10-15 minutes and must be completed prior to delivering meals. Training includes information on Coronavirus and precautionary steps to keep everyone safe.
4) Meal Delivery Guidebook
Volunteers will receive this guidebook when they help distribute meals. Download a copy to familiarize yourself with the special precautions we're taking in response to Coronavirus.
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.
News & Events
Changes to Meal Program
September 25, 2020
With no end of social distancing or group-restriction orders in sight, Sixty and Better has made the difficult decision to discontinue the meal program on 9/30/20. Meals On Wheels of Tarrant County will immediately begin management of the meal program on 10/1/20.
Sixty and Betters Seeks Executive Director
September 8, 2020
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
March 6, 2020
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
January 30, 2020
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
December 3, 2019
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.
October 17, 2019
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.