Frances Dalbey

Hunt County United Way
Hunt County United Way

Hunt County United Way executive director Frances Dalbey says the United Way is providing assistance this year to the Lone Oak faith-based organization Community Seeds and the Salvation Army.  The United Way assisted the organization in the past, and has renewed its support of them again this year.  Frances says in March the United Way will begin taking applications for assistance from service organizations in 2017.

Hunt County United Way
Hunt County United Way

Hunt County United Way executive director Frances Dalbey says the United Way plans a 5K run Saturday morning, January 16, to promote the celebration of Martin Luther King, Junior Day in Greenville.  Frances says the United Way board will hold a retreat in January to plan for 2016, and one of the topics will be ways to promote education in Hunt County.

Huntcountykids.org
Huntcountykids.org

Frances Dalbey, executive director of the Hunt County United Way, discusses various Christmas giving programs that provide new clothes for children, including Hunt County Kids and Clothe a Child.  One opportunity to help will be 6 a.m., Wednesday morning (Dec.

Hunt County Shared Ministries
Hunt County Shared Ministries

Hunt County United Way executive director Frances Dalbey says Hunt County Shared Ministries, or FISH, holds a "best of the best" barbecue Friday at the Wesley United Methodist Church on Highway 69 East in Greenville.  The event features the best barbecue and sides in Hunt County, as voted by a panel of judges.  The barbecue will be available Friday for lunch and dinner.  Frances says the United Way raised more than $25,000 for its own Hearts and Hands fund raiser last month.

Commerce Public Library
Commerce Public Library

Hunt County United Way executive director Frances Dalbey says the United Way supports the Commerce Public Library's children's programs and adult literacy programs.  Frances notes that anyone in Hunt County can use the services of the Commerce Public Library by obtaining a library cards.  Frances also discusses the Hearts and Hands fund raiser Friday, August 28 at the Big Sky Event Hall in Royse City.  She says among the auction items at the event will be autographed photos donated by actors Dustin Hoffman and John Travolta and an autograp

A major fund raising event for the Hunt County United Way, the "Hearts and Hands Gala and Auction," is scheduled for Friday night, August 28 at the Big Sky Event Center (formerly Fish Camp) in Royse City.  United Way executive director Frances Dalbey also discusses the Lakes Regional Community Center, which receives assistance from the United Way, and provides education for developmentally delayed adults.

Hunt County United Way
Hunt County United Way

Hunt County United Way executive director Frances Dalbey says the United Way has received a grant from the U.S. and Texas Departments of Agriculture to provide free lunches to children at five locations in Greenville starting June 8 and continuing through the summer.  More than 5,000 children are eligible for the program in Greenville.

CASA
CASA

The executive director of the Hunt County United Way, Frances Dalbey, says CASA (Court-Appointed Special Advocates) is seeking new volunteers to represent children in child-custody cases that go to court.  Frances also says the United Way's "Little Libraries" program is expanding, with new locations in Celeste and Greenville.

United Way
United Way

Frances Dalbey, the executive director of the Hunt County United Way, says it is accepting applications from non-profit organizations to receive financial assistance from the United Way in 2016.  Also, the United Way is conducting a community-needs survey, with a link to a questionnaire on its website.

The Executive Director of the Hunt County United Way, Frances Dalbey, says Hunt County Shared Ministries, or FISH, has seen a 60 percent increase demand for food assistance compared to last year.  Another United Way agency that can benefit from Christmas generosity is Little Libraries, which brings books to children who otherwise might not enjoy them.

Hunt County United Way executive director Frances Dalbey says the county's Clothe-a-Child program expects to assist more than 800 children in shopping for new clothes Dec. 9-10.  About $50 will "clothe a child."

Hunt County United Way

The Executive Director of the Hunt County United Way, Frances Dalbey, says Early Childhood Intervention offered through the state Mental Health/Mental Retardation (MHMR) program is one of the most overlooked services supported by United Way.

The Hunt County United Way recently added Raffa, an organization that provides a variety of support services to women in Hunt County, to the list of organizations it assists with funding, according to United Way Executive Director Frances Dalbey.

Hunt County United Way executive director Frances Dalbey says the number of cases in which neglected children are removed from their home is up 33% this year.  Children in these cases are monitored by volunteers for CASA (Court-Appointed Special Advocates), which is a program that receives funding from the United Way.

Hunt County Shared Ministries, or FISH, has seen a 60% increase in demand for food assistance this year, says Hunt County United Way executive director Frances Dalbey.  FISH has a fund raising barbecue on Saturday, September 27, and donations can be made at the FISH headquarters on King Street south of downtown Greenville.

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