2020 Recipients

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The Georgetown Project

Granted $25,000 The NEST Empowerment Center and Shelter Services meets basic needs and supportive services in a safe, positive environment for an average of 115 9th-12th grade youth qualified as at-risk, homeless, or living

STARRY Inc

Granted $20,000 STARRY Counseling Georgetown delivers high quality, trauma-informed, no cost professional counseling and family support services to 650 Georgetown residents annually in order to increase resiliency and family functioning and to teach coping

Sacred Heart Community Clinic

Granted $500 Sacred Heart Community Clinic was founded in 2010. The clinic’s mission is “To continue the healing ministry of Jesus Christ for those with no health insurance in Williamson County by promoting wellness

Ride on Center for Kids (ROCK)

Granted $500 ROCK was founded by Nancy Krenek, a physical therapist who saw the need and opportunity to help change the lives of children with disabilities by employing equine-assisted activities and therapies (EAAT). ROCK

Hope Alliance

Granted $20,000 Hope Alliance will provide critical direct intervention services to 190 Georgetown residents who are victims of family violence and/or sexual assault.

Habitat for Humanity

Granted $500 HFHWC was founded in 1999. Our mission is to bring communities and people together to create and sustain home ownership in Williamson County. HFHWC work in Georgetown includes: HOME OWNERSHIP- providing a

Girlstart

Granted $20,000 Girlstart After School in Georgetown is a free, weekly STEM after-school program for 4-5th grade girls designed to increase learning hours in STEM. Girlstart programs build the fundamental skills and knowledge in

Faith in Action Georgetown

Granted $19,500 To address the growing need for transportation services for individuals 65 years of age or older, Faith in Action Georgetown will provide transportation and other support services for home-bound senior adults to

Capital IDEA

Granted $25,000 Capital IDEA covers the cost of tuition, books, fees, and wrap-around support services for low-income adults to pursue an associate’s degree or certification at a local community college.

Boys & Girls Club Georgetown

Granted $25,000 The digitALL Tech Cafe is a S.T.E.A.M. immersion project, designed to integrate technology skill exposure into relevant aspects of the lives of kids, thereby closing the technological gap facing many children from

BiG – Brookwood in Georgetown

Granted $25,000 Brookwood in Georgetown (BIG) is an innovative vocational and residential community for adults with special needs. BIG will continue to create an inviting and nurturing environment in the residential homes where our
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