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2015 RECIPIENT: THE GEORGETOWN PROJECT AWARDED $25,000 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 *
2015 RECIPIENT: R.O.C.K. (RIDE ON CENTER FOR KIDS) AWARDED $20,500 The mission of R.O.C.K. is to improve independence and life skills in partnership with a horse. Equine assisted activities and therapies are provided to
2015 RECIPIENT: LITERACY COUNCIL OF WILLIAMSON COUNTY AWARDED $9,000 The Literacy Council of Williamson County provides the resources and programs necessary for individuals to achieve literacy and helps people discover better lives through literacy.
2015 RECIPIENT: GIRLS EMPOWERMENT NETWORK (GEN) AWARDED $10,000 The Girls Empowerment Network supports and guides girls to make wise choices as they navigate the unique pressures of girlhood. The “180 Program” is a prevention
2015 RECIPIENT: GEORGETOWN SYMPHONY SOCIETY AWARDED $10,000. The mission of the Georgetown Symphony is to bring high quality, professional classical music to the community and to enrich the music education of area youth by
2015 RECIPIENT: FAITH IN ACTION GEORGETOWN AWARDED $4,500 Faith in Action helps seniors maintain their independence and their quality of life. The organization is a leader in services for seniors in Georgetown and is
2015 RECIPIENT: CASA OF WILLIAMSON COUNTY AWARDED $20,000 CASA of Williamson County provides trained, court-appointed volunteers who advocate for the best interest of abused and neglected children on their journey to a safe, permanent
2015 RECIPIENT: CAPITAL IDEA AWARDED $25,000 The mission of Capital IDEA is to lift working adults out of poverty and into living wage careers through education. The $25,000 will help support low-income adult students
2015 RECIPIENT: BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF GEORGETOWN AWARDED $25,000 The mission of the Boys & Girls Club of Georgetown is to enable all young people, especially those who need us the most, to