Daryl Davis Why I'm Running

The Fort Worth Way is getting in the way of addressing some tough
issues we are dealing with in our city. I am ready to lead the charge towards A Better Way for a better Fort Worth.

Meet Daryl

As a pastor, educator and community leader, Daryl Davis has dedicated himself to improving the lives of others in his community. Daryl has a heart for service and a vested interest in the aspirations and outcomes of others. He believes in self-sacrifice in order to meet the needs of the community and vows to work tirelessly to serve the citizens of Council District Six.

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Thank you Bridge Fort Worth for sharing this information with our community!Need Financial Help, Guidance or Assistance? BRIDGE has gathered the below resources for those displaced and/or unemployed in the State of Texas.
#bridgefw #bridgestrong #bethechange #togetherwearestronger

Apply for Unemployment Online:
Texas Workforce Commission's website at twc.texas.gov/jobseekers/applying-unemployment-benefits. This page offers a tutorial for how to apply. After reading the tutorial, click on the Unemployment Benefits Services tab. This will take you to a webpage where you can create a log-in and start the application process.

Information needed to apply Online:
– Social Security number, or Alien Registration number if you're not a U.S. citizen.
– The name, address and phone number of the previous business where you worked
– The dates when you started and ended your employment with your most recent employer. For example, your first day on the job might have been Jan. 1, 2016, and your final day might have been March 20, 2020.
– The number of hours you worked and your pay rate if you worked during the week you apply for benefits (including Sunday).

Texas Workforce Commission: www.twc.texas.gov/jobseekers/applying-unemployment-benefits

List of Banks offering Global assistance: www.google.com/amp/s/www.bankrate.com/banking/coronavirus-list-of-banks-offering-help-to-customer...
(List will regularly update as changes/updates ensue)

Entrepreneurs - www.dallasnews.com/business/economy/2020/03/13/millions-in-loan-assistance-could-be-available-to-...

“The SBA said it’s working with state governors who have to provide the low-interest disaster recovery loans for small businesses and private, nonprofit organizations. The agency will issue loans under an Economic Injury Disaster Loan declaration if requested by the governors.”

“The loans will carry an interest rate of 3.75% for small businesses without credit available and 2.75% for nonprofits. They can be used to cover payroll, fixed debt, accounts payable and other bills.”

Apply Here: disasterloan.sba.gov/ela/information/index

SafeHaven (displacement): www.safehaventc.org
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