The United Hispanic Council

of Tarrant County

Bienvenidos... Welcome.

UHC Announcement

Youth Book Drive and Fund Raiser

This May, UHC members will be collecting children's and teen reading books benefiting the participants of the City's Summer Mobile Recreation Program. Cash donations are also being accepted to help supplement educational activities for its participants.

Read about the history of the program and why the program is so valuable. click here
2018 Mobile REC Program Schedule. click here

The United Hispanic Council is a registered non-profit organization with the Internal Revenue Service. All donations are tax deductible.

UHC News

UHC Board Member Election Results

- Please welcome our 2018 board members more...

Race and Cultural Task Force reports to City Council

- UHC is following the news and information of the task force and supports its work. more...

UHC meets with the CFW Race and Culture Task Force

- Members of the United Hispanic Council met with members of the city's RCTF to voice concerns and give ideas. more...

Background Photo

- Moving this side of the border, this imposing statue is at the most western tip of Texas. more...

UHC 32nd Annual Awards Banquet

2017 Service Honorees

- Can't thank them enough for the work they do. UHC's 2017 service honorees. more...

2017 Keynote Speaker, Carlos Flores

- Special thanks to our keynote speaker. more...

2017 Acheivements

- Looking back, 2017 was a productive year for the United Hispanic Council. Read about some of the achievements that were accomplished. more...