Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance (Lake Como IMA) is a non-profit religious, para-church organization that is comprised of Pastors and Ministers of the Lake Como Community.
The Corporation is dedicated to using its resources exclusively for charitable and educational purposes related to the development and rehabilitation of high quality, decent and safe housing
ABOUT - “Remembering the Past with Dignity, Embracing the Future with Pride” “Awards presented as pioneers, legends and heroes are recognition of individuals or groups whose accomplishments, acts, deeds or feats were beneficial to the beginning and enhancement of Lake Como and what they did for others
Como Community Center was built in 1970 -71 with Community Development Block Grant Funds. It was built because a number of citizens from the Como Community and other minority communities petitioned the City for needed services. These centers were placed in what was considered Target Areas of the city.
ABOUT - "... Maintain the Como Pride and Strive to Improve... " "Your relationship with the Como Community doesn’t have to end when you graduate or move from the community. We encourage our Como Alumni to have unity, spirit, and pride with the desire to stay connected and involved with the community."
ABOUT - Mission: Legacy is committed to protecting and preserving the heritage, community, youth, economic, social, and political growth of Lake Como, TX. (Leaders Encouraging Greatness Among Como Youth)
ABOUT - Representative Ramon Romero, Jr. believes in a partnered approach between state and local governments that allows cities to be proactive in responding to the needs of their residents, while giving Texas businesses the environment and predictability necessary to thrive across the state.
ABOUT - Belinda Gonzalez Hampton, MBA, ASQ, CHW, CHWI, Community Engagement Specialist Health Equity and Community Engagement Tarrant County Public Health 1101 S. Main Street Fort Worth, Texas, 76104 817-321-5374 office phone
ABOUT - Often working with women who have been recently incarcerated, ODWIN’s founder and her team of volunteers help women overcome the many obstacles and barriers they face when released from prison.
Individuals facing poverty, the unemployed, and those that are struggling can get help from the non-profit City of Fort Worth Community Action Partners. This is a leading organization that provides services across Tarrant County. Programs provided range from food, rent help to energy bill assistance and self-sufficiency. The goal of the organization and its case managers are to help residents deal with a crisis but more importantly to help them overcome their challenges and exit poverty.