Four Collection Sites Around Tarrant County Will Accept Donations Tuesday, June 21

FORT WORTH, TX (June 6, 2022) – United Way of Tarrant County is rallying for the community to collect and donate items for families, individuals and older adults as part of the annual Day of Action, Tuesday, June 21. Collection sites will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at locations in Fort Worth, Arlington, Euless and Mansfield. Donation items needed include school supplies, diapers, hygiene supplies, shelf-stable foods, and gifts for older adults living in long-term care and rehabilitation facilities.

Every year, United Way of Tarrant County invites the community to join the Day of Action to help with immediate and emerging needs within Tarrant County. This year’s Day of Action will support local agencies including the Center for Transforming Lives, HIM Center, and the Mission Central food pantry.

“Our upcoming Day of Action is an excellent way for the community to come together to benefit nonprofits in Tarrant County,” said Leah M. King, president and CEO of Tarrant County. “We are grateful for our volunteers and donors who lend a hand on this day and every day to work toward creating stronger, healthier neighborhoods.”

Donations will be collected at the following locations:

  • United Way of Tarrant County
    • Fort Worth office: 1500 N. Main St., Ste. 200, Fort Worth, TX, 76164
    • Arlington office: 401 W. Sanford, Room #106, Arlington, TX, 76011
  • Southside Bank, 2311 W. Euless Blvd., Euless, TX, 76040
  • HIM Center, 150 S. 6th Ave., Mansfield, TX 76063

In addition, United Way of Tarrant County will also offer a virtual opportunity that can be completed any time during the week of June 20. Families or individuals can volunteer from home writing notecards for veterans, teachers and older adults living in long-term care and rehabilitation facilities. Store-bought or homemade cards are welcome.

For more information on the Day of Action, and a complete list of recommended donation items, visit

About United Way of Tarrant County
United Way of Tarrant County has worked to improve the lives of those in our communities since 1922. As a nonprofit leader, we bring together individuals, groups, donors and service providers to help solve some of the toughest social issues affecting Tarrant County. Each year, United Way of Tarrant County helps more than 300,000 people through its resources. United Way of Tarrant County has no fees on donor designations, with 100 percent of the donations going to the selected agency or cause.

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