About the Foundation Board
In late 1995, the first bricks were laid to establish a base of long-term financial resources that would support the United Community Centers, Inc.
Louise Carvey, the first Chair of the Foundation Board, was dedicated to establishing a permanent, perpetual source of income from gifts for endowment. The income is utilized to operate United Community Centers' three social service centers. The Foundation offers various long-term programs so that the contributions you make are carefully managed to provide funds year after year, leaving a legacy of hope for future generations.
Since its inception, the United Community Centers Foundation has experienced steady growth, as measured by the increasing number of assets entrusted to our care. However, the measurement we value most is the increase in services made possible through planned giving and other fund raising efforts.
The United Community Centers Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and all assets are invested for the benefit of the United Community Centers, Inc.
United Community Centers Foundation, Inc.
Board of Directors 2023-2024
Ms. Kelly Bevis
Ms. Bliss Dodd
Mr. Gary Cumbie
Ms. Diane Griffin
Ms. Lisa Jamieson
Mr. Mark Jones
Mr. Al Saenz
Ms. Carolyn Stephens
Ms. Celia Esparza
Rev. Tom Faile
UCC Board President
Foundation for the Future
Testimonials reflect the positive, long-term influence United Community Centers has had on its alumni. Many credit their success to inspirational leaders at the centers.
"I had a positive learning experience because of the caring individuals at the United Community Centers. Respect and self-esteem were the two attributes that I derived from my experiences at Wesley."
Al Saenz, President & CEO - Multatech Engineering, Inc.
"I benefited from having a safe haven to go to with friends. I learned about leadership and team participation from the sports programs and instructors at the Wesley Center"
Rosa Navejar, President & CEO - The Rios Group
"Then, as now, Bethlehem Center created a safe environment for me and my siblings that nurtured learning and fostered values in our lives."
Ralph McCloud - Former Mayo Pro-tem City of Fort Worth