Sixty & Better

A nonprofit organization

About Us

Sixty & Better provides a continuum of wellness services that support senior adults in remaining healthy, active, and engaged in our community. With the primary focus on increasing health and wellness and reducing isolation, services are delivered to participants directly where they live, work, and gather. Sites include assisted living facilities, senior centers, city parks, libraries, and places of worship.

Sixty & Better (formerly Senior Citizens Services) has provided services to thousands of older adults since 1967, when community leaders Evelyn Siegel, Rosalyn Rosenthal and members of the National Council of Jewish Women opened the first senior center with the goal of providing a place for seniors to socialize, explore new interests, and improve their health and wellness.


Sixty & Better empowers older adults to live with purpose, independence, and dignity. This is accomplished through evidence-based wellness classes and activities that keep Tarrant County residents aged 60 and above and their family members healthy, active, and engaged in their communities.


Sixty & Better’s services are provided at no cost to the participants thanks to the generosity of volunteers and donors dedicated to improving the lives of older adults who have significantly impacted their lives. Consider joining us to call Bingo at Bingocize, assist in the creative arts lab, or join in on a community walk with seniors at our Walk With a Doc program. Volunteer opportunities for individuals, groups, and corporations can be found at

By supporting Sixty & Better, you are providing our community’s older adults with opportunities to remain healthy, active, and engaged in our community. Your support can help in ways such as:

-$30 provides a equipment and materials for seniors participating in A Matter of Balance.

-$90 provides Walk with a Doc equipment to support seniors as they walk.

-$120 provides activities in the creative arts lab for seniors grieving losses associated with COVID and to develop new relationships.

Contributions can be made in honor or memory of a loved one by contacting Becky Orander, Executive Director at or (817) 413 – 4949 x 202.

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Organization Data


Organization name

Sixty & Better

Tax id (EIN)





Operating Budget

$500,000 - $999,999

Counties Served


BIPOC Serving

Black or African American, Asian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic or Latinx, Native American, Other


2601 Scott Ave. Ste. 200
Fort Worth, TX 76103



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