Fort Worth recently received approximately $158 million in funding from the CARES Act, and is partnering with the United Way of Tarrant County to distribute $10 million of those funds to Fort Worth businesses through the Preserve the Fort grant program. Of this $10 million, $5 million will go towards supporting businesses across Fort Worth.…
For the 28th year, the FWMBCC presented its Annual Film & Movie Institute last month, which was held at the Forest Hill Civic & Convention Center.
The Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce and Texas A&M University of School of Law held a reception for newly appointed African American leaders in local government and corporate America.
When Tarrant County Commissioners voted unanimously this month to donate about 12 acres of land to the state for creation of a new veterans’ home in Fort Worth, it was the culmination of months of collaboration between Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush and the Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce.
Richard Burnett, a longtime FWMBCC supporter and devoted public servant to the Fort Worth community, died last month.