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The Fort Worth Chapter is a group of civic minded professional women committed to serving the community. The chapter is an affiliate of The Links, Inc., an international, not- for-profit organization established in 1946. Founded on the principles of friendship and service, the Links, Inc. is one of the nation’s oldest and largest volunteer service organizations.
The Links, Incorporated is a volunteer service organization of concerned, committed, and talented women who, linked in friendship , enhance the quality of life in the larger community. The organization is concerned primarily with enriching, sustaining and ensuring the identities, culture and economic survival of African-Americans and person of African descent.
To contribute to the formulation of a positive, productive and culturally diverse society, The Links, Incorporated also focuses on education, cultural enrichment, health and wellness and civic involvement. This focus is implemented through strategies such as in public information and education, economic development, and public policy.
The members of the Fort Worth Chapter are business and civic leaders in the Tarrant County community. The span of influence reaches across the fields of medicine, law, education, business and entrepreneurship. The goal of the Fort Worth Chapter is to enrich and empower the community through service programs that align with the national mission of the Links, Incorporated.