Sixty and Better is Driving Connections

Sixty and Better is Driving Connections

Thanks to the Sixty and Better Transportation Program, for older adults giving up the car keys doesn’t mean giving up on life. Transportation Program participants receive door-to-door transit to their neighborhood older adult activity center, free of charge. At the...
Save the Date for the Legends Gala 10/18/18

Save the Date for the Legends Gala 10/18/18

Sixty and Better Legends Gala Honoring Tarrant County Legends Featuring emcees Kelli and Bob Phillips of Texas Country Reporter Thursday, October 18, 2018 6:00-9:00 pm Hilton Downtown Fort Worth 815 Main Street Fort Worth, TX 76102 Save the Date! The Resource...
Welcome Monique Barber, our New CEO

Welcome Monique Barber, our New CEO

Today, the Sixty and Better Board of Directors and Staff are proud to announce our new CEO, Monique Barber, MPH, MBA, who brings more than 15 years of experience in public health to Sixty and Better, including community health partnerships and community engagement,...
We Couldn’t Do It Without Our Volunteers!

We Couldn’t Do It Without Our Volunteers!

During National Volunteer Week, April 15-21, Sixty and Better saluted our volunteers who help transform the lives of older adults every day. Throughout the week, we recognized 513 activity center volunteers with certificates of appreciation and a Sixty and Better...
Read our 2017 Annual Report

Read our 2017 Annual Report

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...