GIVE 100 for our VETS

Here's an opportunity to do something that will

 

Impact Veterans across North Texas

You can make a difference!

 

The Tarrant County Veterans Day Parade is planned, organized and staged with volunteer hours and in kind donations from communities, businesses, organizations and generous people across Tarrant County and beyond.

Help make this Centennial Celebration memorable

WHAT CAN   YOU GIVE?
This marks the 100th year of Armistice and Veterans Day parades in Fort Worth and Tarrant County.  To honor that heritage TCVC is seeking donations of 100 from individuals, organizations and businesses. That could be 100 pennies, nickels, dimes, dollars, or more.
WHAT YOU CAN RECEIVE
Can you Give 100 now?  $100 level donors will receive a letter of appreciation and a window cling that reads We Support America's Veterans. We hope it will be displayed with pride. Contributors will also have their names posted on  this website as a Give 100 Partner. 
MAKE A 
CONTRIBUTION
Have an idea? Want to salute a veteran? Can you contribute a service in kind? Eager to donate?  Simply, click the DONATE button above and complete the application, or fill out the comment form below. Someone will be in touch  to discuss all your creative ideas!
E-MAIL US HOW YOU WOULD LIKE TO GIVE 100

TCVC

P.O. Box 820451
Fort Worth, TX 76182

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Tarrant County Veterans Council website: 

http:www.tcvc.us

Parade e-mail:

VetParade2019@tcvc.us

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Centennial Celebration

City of Fort Worth

As a proud parade host, Fort Worth stands tall as a city in North Central Texas. In the late 19th century, it became an important trading post for cowboys at the end of the Chisholm Trail. Today, it's a modern city, with international art institutions like the Kimbell Art Museum. The Fort Worth Stockyards are home to rodeos, and the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame honors pioneers.

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