The Fort Worth Chamber promotes the interest of approximately 2,000 investor businesses through economic and talent development, government advocacy and business networking events.
Shady Oaks Country Club was built in 1955 by community benefactor, Marvin
Leonard, with 1,200 acres of rolling hills on the west side of Fort Worth.
The Amon G. Carter Foundation's grants support work in the fields of art and culture, civic and public affairs, education, health, and human services.
One Safe Place, formerly known as the Safe City Commission,* is a comprehensive crime prevention agency devoted to preventing crime and violence in Tarrant County's neighborhoods, schools and homes.
We believe ending child abuse starts with better parenting. We provide services to all types of families, regardless of circumstance. Our job is making parenting easier all the way around.
Postseason college football bowl game honoring our nation's military and their families.
The facilities include two 18-hole golf courses, a golf instruction facility with special video equipment, 2 driving ranges, 11 outdoor tennis courts, extensive professionally staffed fitness center and swimming facilities, numerous dining and banquet areas, and a nursery for our members with small children.
Ending poverty is possible.
Join NCHA during three events annually in Fort Worth -the Summer Spectacular, the Super Stakes and the Futurity. Enjoy great shopping with unique vendors and watch the best cutting horses in the world
Since 1935, the Lighthouse for the Blind of Fort Worth has been the beacon of hope for children, youth and adults who are blind or have significant low vision.
America's CHOICE in Homecare
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.
A world where everyone has a decent place to live!
100 years of helping children and teens become outstanding men and women of our community.
The Austin Chamber is a private, non-profit, membership-driven organization comprised of over 3,000 business enterprises, civic organizations, educational institutions and individuals.
Our mission is to promote, assist and enhance economic and business development for members and to stimulate wealth in the communities we serve.
A volunteer force of 5,000 delivers meals to 2,000 people who truly need our help in neighborhoods throughout Tarrant County.
It is our mission to protect Tarrant County children from child abuse through teamed investigations, healing services and community education.
Full service private member owned country club within a 24 hour security gated community. Our vision is "Creating Exceptional Memories that last a lifetime!"
The Miles Foundation helps to foster a thriving local community through innovative investments in education, economic opportunity and leadership development.
The Fort Worth Public Library Foundation ensures citizens of Fort Worth have access to the important services provided by the library, as well as help enhance and expand those services.
Empowering all girls to be strong, smart, and bold!
Children in after-school and weekend feeding programs do better in school. Fresh foods help prevent diabetes and obesity. Community Kitchen graduates find employment with advancement opportunities.
BRIT is an international scientific research and learning center focused on conservation and knowledge sharing.
Panther City Lacrosse Club
Texas Women's Foundation is investing in the power of women and girls to build stronger, more equitable communities across Texas through our research, advocacy, grantmaking and innovative programs.
Texas Boys Choir ** Texas Dance Conservatory ** Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts ** Texas School of the Arts
The Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is proud to serve the business interests of the Metroplex community and will strive to seek opportunity for its membership and achieve economic benefit for all.
The mission of the Northeast Tarrant Chamber is to provide dynamic leadership and promote sustained economic growth for the businesses we serve.
Our job is to make our members more successful!
Downtown Forth Worth's business, fitness and social club located in Sundance Square. Perfect wedding venue for receptions, rehearsal dinners, wedding ceremony. Corporate meetings, 2 fitness centers
Gill Children's Services is the safety net for Tarrant County children.
Leading after-school provider in Tarrant County.
Goodwill is a social services enterprise committed to the disabled, homeless, veterans and at-risk youth.
Lena Pope is able to positively impact more than 20,000 lives each year. Each program has its own wonderful results and we would love to provide you with more details about each program.
Our vision is to serve as Fort Worth's leading authority on international relations and ambassador for peaceful civic engagement. Youth and adults engage in educational, cultural, economic exchanges.
The North Texas District Export Council is a diverse group of International Trade professionals who volunteer their time and expertise to assist businesses in expanding internationally.
Historic Fort Worth, Inc. is a non-profit, membership organization that is dedicated to preserving Fort Worth?s unique historic identity through stewardship, education and leadership.
Working to end homelessness in our community.
The Alzheimer's Association delivers programs and services to help people with dementia and their caregivers throughout North Central Texas.
DRC Solutions provides critical services of essential, evidence-based solutions that house people experiencing homelessness, set the stage for housing, or satisfy unmet needs in the community.
Cristo Rey Fort Worth College Prep is a learning community that educates young people of limited economic means to become men and women of purpose and service. Students graduate ready to succeed.
Nonprofit youth development organization programs include camping, after school and early childhood education.
HSNT Humane Society of North Texas
The Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth is made up of professionals involved in the commercial real estate industry.
The JPS Foundation serves as the philanthropic arm to JPS Health Network by raising awareness and financial support to help the over 1.8 million patient encounters it sees each year.
Enriches, promotes and advocates for business growth!