2014 Recipients

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the Williamson Museum 2014

2014 RECIPIENT: THE WILLIAMSON MUSEUM Awarded $3,000. The Williamson Museum collects and interprets items that promote the unique culture and heritage of Williamson County. The grant of $3,000 will help enhance the current living

the Georgetown Project 2014

2014 RECIPIENT: THE GEORGETOWN PROJECT Awarded $20,000. The Georgetown Project identifies needs and develops resources, relationships and services so that our youth become caring, capable and resilient individuals. The NEST (Nurturing * Empowering *

the Christi Center 2014

2014 RECIPIENT: THE CHRISTI CENTER Awarded $4,500. The mission of The Christi Center is to offer hope after the death of a loved one by providing support networks, community education and therapeutic activities that

ROCK 2014

2014 RECIPIENT: R.O.C.K. (Ride On Center for Kids) Awarded $20,000. R.O.C.K. provides equine assisted activities and therapies to clients with physical, cognitive and emotional disabilities. R.O.C.K. strives to keep the cost of services low

Hope Alliance 2014

2014 RECIPIENT: HOPE ALLIANCE Awarded $20,000. The mission of Hope Alliance is to assist those affected by family and sexual violence by providing services and developing partnerships that renew hope, highlight possibilities and change

Family Eldercare 2014

2014 RECIPIENT: FAMILY ELDERCARE  Awarded $3,000. Family Eldercare’s mission is to provide essential services to seniors, adults with disabilities and those who care for them. The $3,000 awarded to Family Eldercare will be used

Brookwood in Georgetown 2014

2014 RECIPIENT: BROOKWOOD IN GEORGETOWN  Awarded $20,000. The Brookwood Community provides an educational environment that creates meaningful jobs, builds a sense of belonging, and demands dignity and respect for adults with special needs. The


2014 RECIPIENT: ANNUNCIATION MATERNITY HOME Awarded $15,000 The mission of Annunciation Maternity Home is to provide women and teens in crisis pregnancies, and their children, with housing, educational opportunities, and access to health services
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