Community Partners and Supporters
The world works better together.
A world of thanks.
One of the most powerful ways you can partner with Fort Worth Sister Cities is by joining the Members Circle of Giving. We can’t thank the following organizations and individuals enough for their support. Join these members and give today.
PLATINUM – $25,000+
Visit Fort Worth*
PREMIER – $15,000+
Rae & Michael S. Hyatt*
Frank Tilley & Connie Beck*
GLOBAL – $10,000+
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport*
Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP*
Texas Health Resources
PRESIDENTIAL – $5,000+
Bank of Texas*
Becky Renfro Borbolla & Henry Borbolla*
BNSF Railway Company*
Cook Children’s Healthcare System*
Greg Jackson Law*
Nancy & Alan Hamm Foundation
Ronda & Walter Stucker
PATRON – $3,500+
Karen & Larry Anfin*
Mae Ferguson & Matt Graves
Hilde & Helmut Horchler
Cindy & Roland Johnson
Nyja & Rchard Roby
PARTNER – $1,000+
Rachel & Baer Bradford
Paul Geisel, PhD*
Ann Rice & Pat Miller*
Nicki & Ronny Korb*
Republic Title of Texas*
Katie & Hayne Shumate*
Jan & Jim Titsworth
DIPLOMAT – $650+
Julie & Dick Abrams
Andrea & Ty Ballard
Dr. Zarina Blankenbaker
Eva & Bob Bonilla*
Amy & Jason Brown*
Kathryn & Lowell Bryan*
Julie & Greg Butner*
Kathryn & Don Cosby
Joanna & Michael D. Crain*
Amy & Emily Crockett*
Michaela J. Cromar*
Mary Margaret Davis*
Shreta & Vishal Gandhi*
Courtney & Brian Garvey
Shanna & JD Granger*
Mary Helen Hill*
Peggy & Robert Holt, Jr.
Eva & Neil Isbell*
Sterling & Larry Lauer*
Veronica Chavez Law & Tom Law Jr.
Courtney & Damian Lewis*
Wilma & Ram Lopez
Cynthia Ann Miller*
Rebecca & Steve Montgomery
Karen & Mike Scott*
AMBASSADOR – $350+
Dana B. Cochran
Staussa Ervin, EdD*
Dr. Mayra L. Fuentes
Andrew K. Johnsen*
Bertrand L. Pelletier*
Kathy & Michael Roemer
Vivian & Martin Rubinstein
Dr. Kimberly Russell
Cathy R. Sheffield*
Andrea Smith PhD, RN*
Dennis Weibel, DDS
FRIEND – $100+
Richard & Jaime Andreski
Red Oak Realty
*Three-year sustaining member
“Partnering with other cities to share information on issues such as economic development, education and culture is one of the most important initiatives that Fort Worth can engage in to promote the city globally. As a proud member of the Fort Worth community, we want to do everything we can to support the City of Fort Worth in these efforts.” – Karl Joeris, Vice President at Balfour Beatty Construction
At Fort Worth Sister Cities International, we believe in inclusiveness that benefits all citizens and creates meaningful relationships in Fort Worth, the U.S. and the world. To help achieve that, we establish long-lasting relationships with like-minded organizations and collaborate with them on many programs each year.
|The City of Fort Worth is the 12th largest city in the United States.
|US Department of State’s mission is to shape and sustain a peaceful, prosperous, just, and democratic world and foster conditions for stability and progress for the benefit of the American people and people everywhere.
|The Texas Secretary of State serves as Chief Election Officer for Texas, senior advisor and liaison to the Governor for Texas Border and Mexican Affairs, and Chief International Protocol Officer for Texas.
|Sister Cities International, our parent organization, promotes peace through mutual respect, understanding and cooperation – one individual, one community at a time.
|The Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce works to make Fort Worth an excellent place to live, work and do business.
|Visit Fort Worth promotes Fort Worth as a premier business and leisure destination, with thriving centers of culture and commerce.
|The Fort Worth ISD network comprises nearly 80,000 students in 81 elementary schools, 24 middle schools and 6th-grade centers, 13 high schools and 21 special campuses.
|The Fort Worth Japanese Society fosters Japanese and American understanding by providing an opportunity to learn about Japan and its people, language and culture.
|The Generation Hope Laptop Program was designed to educate and enhance students’ ability to use technology to achieve academic success.
|Texas Christian University understands the importance of advancing international understanding, with an extensive study abroad program boasting flagship programs in London; Florence, Italy; and Seville, Spain, as well as a campus in Budapest, Hungary.
|Tarrant County College provides affordable and open access to quality teaching and learning.
|The University of Texas at Arlington is a comprehensive research, teaching and public service institution whose mission is the advancement of knowledge and the pursuit of excellence.
|Texas Wesleyan University is a United Methodist institution with a tradition in the liberal arts and sciences with professional and career preparation.
|The University of North Texas Health Science Center is a 33-acre graduate university located in Fort Worth’s Cultural District.
|The Arts Council of Fort Worth & Tarrant County strives to create an environment that promotes, nurtures and supports the arts in the community.
|Fort Worth Country Day fosters students’ intellectual, physical, emotional and ethical development and inspires the passion to learn, the courage to lead and the commitment to serve.
|Kids Who Care is an international musical theatre company based in Fort Worth, Texas. Our mission is to produce confident and creative kids through leadership, musical theater education and performance.
|Arts Fifth Avenue (A5A) in Fort Worth is a nonprofit arts organization created to provide a forum of expression for dancers, choreographers, musicians, composers and visual performing artists.
|The Links, Incorporated is an organization of extraordinary women committed to enriching, sustaining and ensuring the culture and economic survival of African-Americans and other persons of African ancestry.
|The Rotary Club of Fort Worth works to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise.
|Women’s Policy Forum of Tarrant County is an organization of influential women who investigate and support policies and initiatives that will effect positive.
|Catholic Charities of Fort Worth provides service to those in need, advocates compassion and justice in the structures of society, and calls all people of goodwill to do the same.
|Refugee Services of Texas welcomes refugees, immigrants, and other displaced peoples and supports them in integrating and thriving in their new communities.
|Hispanic Women’s Network of Texas-Fort Worth is an organization of individuals from diverse backgrounds who are committed to promoting the participation of women in public, corporate and civic arenas.
|Trinity Valley School’s objectives include fine scholarship with its fulfillment at college; the development of wide constructive interests; intelligent citizenship; and spiritual and moral development.
|The World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth brings international awareness and cross-cultural understanding to the North Texas community.
|The Congressional Office for International Leadership administers the Open World program, one of the most effective U.S. exchange programs for countries of the post-Soviet era.