United Way of Tarrant County held an official grand opening for its new offices March 29 in Fort Worth.

The nonprofit organization moved from 1500 N. Main St., Ste. 200, to 201 N. Rupert St., Ste. 107.

“For the past 100 years, United Way of Tarrant County has been doing everything that we can to meet the needs of our residents,” said Leah King, United Way of Tarrant County president. “It is our responsibility to wear many hats in the community, and we do that to the best of our ability and hopefully with great pride and spirit of service.”

United Way of Tarrant County’s “Get United” campaign launched in November with the goal to raise $100 million in funds to address social, economic, health and safety issues residents face, according to previous reporting.

The four focus areas for Get United campaign in Tarrant County:
  • Community response
  • Community health
  • Financial empowerment
  • Education and learning
Former Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams and his wife, Karen Williams, are the co-chairs of the campaign.

817-258-8000. www.unitedwaytarrant.org