At our Annual Report to the Community on January 25, 2018, retiring CEO Jerome Mosman presented findings from our 2017 Annual Survey. Each year Sixty and Better conducts an annual survey with our Activity Center Participants to measure the personal importance and the impact of our programs and services.
Sixty and Better uses a survey developed with University of North Texas and is conducted in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese. In 2017, 733 participants completed the survey; however, numbers presented herein reflect the views of 344 participants who attended an Activity Center three or more days per week.
- Nutritious Meals: In 2017, Sixty and Better provided 205,279 meals to 3,087 Meal Program Participants, served fresh by 560 volunteer food handlers.
- Health and Wellness Programs: In 2017, Sixty and Better empowered 929 Participants through our signature health and wellness programs, instructed by 38 volunteer coaches and lay-leaders.
- Community Connections: In 2017, Sixty and Better connected 2,450 volunteers with meaningful opportunities to make a difference. Volunteers donated 134,893 hours of service, equivalent to $3.1 million in value.
- Transportation Services: In 2017, 551 Sixty and Better Participants took 44,529 trips to their neighborhood Activity Center for fun, friendship, and food.
Click the cover image to download the Sixty and Better 2017 Annual Report PDF.
We want to thank the Tarrant County Public Health Medical Reserve Corps volunteers for helping to tabulate survey results.