2015 Recipients

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The Georgetown Project

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 *

R.O.C.K (Ride on Center for Kids)

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

Literacy Council of Williamson County

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.

Girls Empowerment Network (GEN)

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

Georgetown Symphony Society

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

Faith in Action Georgetown

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

CASA of Williamson County

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

Capital IDEA

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

Boys & Girls Club of Georgetown

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
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