Save the Date! The Resource Development Committee is delighted to announce our new, signature fundraiser set for Thursday evening, October 18, 2018—the Sixty and Better Legends Gala.
Hosted by emcees Kelli and Bob Phillips of TV’s long-running Texas County Reporter, we will recognize a Sixty and Better participant, a community leader, and a community organization who enhance the lives of older people living in Tarrant County.
We look forward to hosting a truly uplifting and rewarding experience as we honor these Tarrant County legends for their vision, big-hearted support, and tireless passion.
Formal invitations will be mailed in late summer.
To sponsor the Sixty and Better Legends Gala, contact Director of Development and Marketing Jeffrey Harse at (817) 413-4949 x205 or email@example.com.
Check www.SixtyAndBetter.org/Gala for updates and sponsorship opportunities.
About Sixty and Better
Sixty and Better is where healthy aging begins. Through our signature programming and vital services, Sixty and Better provides social, health, wellness, and nutritional support to Tarrant County’s young at heart, as well as volunteer opportunities that allow older people to meaningfully serve others. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit, our vision is to end isolation so those in the prime of their lives can thrive.
Formerly Senior Citizen Services of Greater Tarrant County, Sixty and Better has a county-wide network of 25 Activity Centers and serves more than 3,500 older people annually, many located in low-income neighborhoods and in minority communities. Our mission—to empower older adults to live with purpose, independence, and dignity—remains the same as it was more than 50 years ago. (Federal EIN 75-1251339)