June 2021 Newsletter

“Have great hopes and dare to go all out for them. Have great dreams and dare to live them. Have tremendous expectations and believe in them.” – Norman Vincent Peale

An Update from Our Founder & CEO
Toni Brinker

The sacred fabric of America is defined by its people. As Americans, we shine the brightest when patriotism unites us in a common goal to help those who need it the most. Whether it’s the parents of a young family putting their children to bed for the night or someone catching the bus and heading home for dinner, a sense of security coupled with a feeling of community inclusion built on a foundation of trust instills the desire, courage and determination to work hard and pursue the American dream. As we enter the hot summer months of 2021, let’s remember that ‘we’re all in this together.’ Happy July 4th.

Interview on Jeff Crilley Show

Jeff sits down with Toni C. Brinker, Founder & CEO of One CommunityUSA, on The Jeff Crilley Show to discuss how the movement came to be and the latest news. Watch to learn more.

Pathways to H.O.P.E.

(HELPING OFFENDERS PURSUE EXCELLENCE) Fort Worth Star Telegram Article

The One CommunityUSA | Pathways to H.O.P.E. (Helping Offenders Pursue Excellence) program watch video understands the significant challenges and barriers that incarcerated military veterans and civilians face coming out of jail and reintegrating into society. “We are working side by side with law enforcement, military veterans, frontline first responders and local service providers to assist those returning find their voice, obtain self-sufficiency, work towards obtaining employment, restore relationships with their family and become leaders in their communities.” Crystal Daniel, Director | Case Management Services.

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Shop Talk

One CommunityUSA® | Shop Talk program is pleased to announce our first ‘Community Service Shop Renovation’ winner….. Mitchell’s Barbershop, Irving, TX. Our 21st Century community building and neighborhood engagement program establishes open lines of communication and builds trust between African American-owned barber shops and beauty salons, their customers, law enforcement and frontline first responder agencies.

Why is the Shop Talk program important?

watch the video below.