The One Voice Central Texas Public Policy Committee is proud to present the 2022 Voter Education Guide. Brainstormed and created with nonprofits in mind, this document provides basic and general education around voting in Texas. We hope that this guide proves useful for our members and community partners. Please see below for a direct link […]
Check out this easy-to-digest infographic annual report to learn how One Voice Central Texas spent 2021 offering various training opportunities and staying on top of issues so the organization could move forward in support of the vision and values of our members.
One Voice Central Texas Statement on Prop A (2021) One Voice Central Texas is a coalition of more than one hundred local nonprofits who represent the community’s network of human services that connect people to the social resources, opportunities, and supports they need to thrive. Our members provide the building blocks to safe neighborhoods and […]
One Voice Central Texas provides support for Executive Directors and other social services sector professionals as valued community leaders. One Voice is a membership organization that brings leaders together and leverages its collective power to advocate for equitable policies and funding opportunities that improve community services and resources. Our coalition connects diverse groups of leaders […]
On May 21, 2021 One Voice Central Texas shared with Travis County and the City of Austin the following recommendations for the funding that will be received under the American Rescue Plan (ARP): One Voice Recommendations for American Rescue Plan Funding One Voice Central Texas is a coalition of the executive leadership of 105 nonprofit […]
We are heartbroken by the violent events on March 16 that ended the lives of eight people, including six Asian women. As we collectively grieve and respond to this tragedy, we must lead with the needs of those most directly impacted at the center: the victims, their families and our Asian community as a whole. […]
Earlier this month, One Voice was one of 72 Texas organizations to sign on to a letter originated by Texans Care for Children asking that the Texas legislature put protocols in place to allow for meaningful public input in the upcoming legislative session. To read the full letter, please click here.
More than ever, this past year has demonstrated how essential it is for nonprofit leaders to come together for mutual support and advocacy in order to strengthen and defend the sector and the clients our members serve. In the wake of COVID-19, collaboration, innovation, and peer support have been essential to local nonprofits, and One […]
One Voice Central Texas is a coalition of the leadership of more than one hundred nonprofit health and human service organizations working to make sure that everyone can contribute to our community and thrive. We represent the integrated network of human services that connects everyone of all ages and circumstances to social resources, opportunities, and […]