EVENT: Annual Report to the Community
Updated: Oct 14, 2020
Supporters, volunteers, and friends of Sixty and Better gathered to reflect and rejoice on our efforts in 2019, while looking ahead to 2020.
Sixty and Better 2020 Annual Report to the Community and Breakfast Meeting
Thursday, January 30, 2020
7:30 - 9:00 AM
First Presbyterian Church of Fort Worth
1000 Penn Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102
A special thanks to our event sponsor, Aetna.
Generous support from our major donors and community partners make this possible, in part, by helping to fund our signature programs. These programs include nutritious meals, relevant health and wellness classes, helpful transportation services, meaningful volunteering opportunities, and necessary care coordination.
In 2019, Sixty and Better served an average of 870 meals daily at activity centers in 11 Tarrant County communities. Beyond the meals, we also enrolled 682 participants in health and wellness programs at 71 sites across Tarrant County. Additionally, Sixty and Better was able to provide door-to-door transportation for 570 participants—that’s 45,010 rides.
Read more about our efforts in our 2019 Annual Report.
View pictures from the event here.
Thank you to our donors and community partners. With your help, Sixty and Better empowers older adults to live with purpose, independence, and dignity.
Amon G. Carter Foundation
Ann L. & Carol Green Rhodes Charitable Trust
Area Agency on Aging - North Central Texas Council of Governments
Area Agency on Aging - Tarrant County
Day Health Care
Bank of America
Charitable Foundation Inc.
BNSF Railway Foundation
Carl B. and Florence E. King Foundation
City of Arlington
City of Azle
City of Crowley
City of Forest Hill
City of Fort Worth
City of Haltom City
City of Kennedale
City of Mansfield
City of Watauga
City of White Settlement
Como Lions Heart
Courtney L. Chatfield
Cynthia and Terry Siegel
Dean, Jacobson Financial Services
Don Looney Charitable Trust
E.M. Rosenthal Family Fund
Fort Worth Police Department
Frank and Jean Buhler Charitable Fund
Hartman Wanzor LLP
Helen Gertrude Sparks Charitable Trust
Jewish Family Services
Karen L. Ostrander
Lockheed Martin AeroCARES
Lynnice and Joseph D. Taylor
Sid W. Richardson Foundation
Tarrant County College - Trinity River
Tarrant County College District
Tarrant County Commissioners Court
Tarrant County Judge B. Glen Whitley
Tarrant County Public Health
Tarrant Special Events Foundation
The Morris Foundation
The Ryan Foundation
TRIO Community Meals
United Way of Tarrant County
University of North Texas Health Science Center
Virginia Hulse Fund
WellMed Charitable Foundation
WellMed Medical Management