Legislature News TRTA DAY AT THE CAPITOL Save the Date for
TRTA Day at the Capitol!
April 11-12, 2023

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Foundation Month TRTF assists educators of
the past, present & future
TRTF is dedicated to helping active and retired educators with their financial needs. We offer five programs to assist educators, and we designate more than $37,000 per year towards public education.

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The Texas Retired Teachers Foundation is a non-profit organization that works to provide resources for retired TRS annuitants, as well as active and beginning teachers.
TRTA Board of Directors MEET TRTA'S 2022-2024 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Membership The Magic of Membership Join TRTA today, the only organization that works exclusively for TRS retirees!
When TRS retirees join together, magic happens!
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Children's Book Project Children's Book Project The Children's Book Project puts books into the hands of children who otherwise would not have a book of their own. Our local units collect and distribute books all across the state of Texas. Learn More TRTA App Download our new TRTA APP! Stay connected with your fellow retirees every day!
The TRTA app is available for both Android and Apple users and for both cellular phone and tablets.
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TRTA Day at the Capitol 2023: RSVP Today!

The Texas Retired Teachers Association (TRTA) is excited to announce our Day at the Capitol event on Wednesday, April 12, 2023! Retired public educators in Texas are looking forward to meeting with ...

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