- Phone: (512)869-1310
- Mailing Address: 811 Sun City Blvd Georgetown TX 78633
Our Church family gave $132,500 to local benevolence organizations in 2017. Below are the organizations we support:
Annunciation Maternity Home is the only Nationally Accredited maternity home in Texas licensed to provide free services to young women who are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy. Located in Georgetown, Texas, Annunciation can assist up to 29 young women, and their children, during pregnancy and for up to two years after the birth of her baby. (website)
Each Assistance League chapter exists to serve the unique needs and challenges of their community. Funds serve local needs, and services are locally designed, organized and carried out to fit these needs. The national organization supports, trains and monitors chapters to assure they function to the best standards of nonprofit governance. We are 120 chapters united in purpose and dedicated to making local lives better. (website)
The Backpack Program is a national initiative of Feeding America, the Nation’s Food Bank Network. It is a partnership between the Georgetown Ministerial Alliance and community volunteers to provide a bag of food for the school to send home with children who appear to be at risk of going hungry over a weekend or school holiday. There are children in Georgetown that rely on resources, such as free or reduced-priced school lunch during the school week. (website)
Austin Police Operation Blue Santa was started over 45 years ago by four officers with the Austin Police Department who saw a need to provide assistance to, and share Christmas experience with the less fortunate residents of Austin. The first year, 20 children were provided gifts. Today, Austin Police Operation Blue Santa is a non-profit organization comprised of Austin Police Department, Austin Water, Austin Energy, Austin Independent School District, & the Texas National Guard. Their goal is to serve approximately 5,000 Austin families this year, which is about 20,000 children. (website)
Our Mission Statement is "To inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us the most, to realize their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens." (website)
Brookwood in Georgetown is a very “out of the box” innovative vocational community for adults with special needs where everything we make we sell in a beautiful high end gift shop, cafe and greenhouse. We want to change the way our world views this population by taking the "status quo” of providing these individuals with custodial care to these individuals creating beautiful, marketable items to sell to help sustain the vocational community they enjoy everyday. They have become artisans, bakers, gardeners, card makers, jewelry makers, and more. (website)
The Williamson County Brown Santa program provides assistance to families in Williamson County living outside the geographical city limits of any town or city within Williamson County that does not provide a similar program. Brown Santa donations are utilized to purchase toys, books and other items needed to make the children’s Christmas brighter. It is a registered corporation in the State of Texas that is operated under the direction of the Brown Santa Board of Directors and was granted non-profit tax exemption under 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. (website)
When a child enters the foster care system because his or her home is no longer safe, a judge may appoint a committed volunteer to help them. That volunteer is called a Court Appointed Special Advocate®, or CASA.
CASA volunteers are screened and highly trained and then appointed by judges to represent and advocate for a child’s best interests in the child protection system. CASA volunteers are each assigned to help one child or set of siblings at a time, so they can focus on giving that child or sibling group the individualized advocacy and attention they need. CASA volunteers save taxpayers money and children’s futures by helping children find a safe, permanent homes as soon as possible.
CASA of Williamson County, TX continues to provide valuable volunteer advocacy for every abused child in this area. CASA volunteers serve as the “eyes and ears” for the judge in child welfare cases. This includes researching each child’s situation and making objective recommendations to help them reclaim their childhoods from abuse and neglect. CASA volunteers are frequently the only stable presence in these children’s lives as they navigate the foster care system. (website)
Faith in Action offers services to help older adults in maintaining and improving their quality of life. With assistance of volunteers, clients can maximize their ability to meet their own needs and to continue to live independently. We currently offer transportation, handyman services, errands, care calling and visits, information and referrals, and a medical equipment closet. (website)
http://www.faithinactiongt.org/Founded in 1987, Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is a Christian non-profit that provides nutritionally complete meals specifically formulated for malnourished children. (website)
The Georgetown Project envisions a community where no child is hungry, hurt, alone, or rejected, and where all children and youth believe they are loved, respected and treated with dignity. The Georgetown Project identifies needs and develops resources, relationships and services so that our youth become caring, capable and resilient individuals. (website)
To assist those whose lives have been affected by family and sexual violence by providing services and developing partnerships that lead to hope, healing and prevention. Providing hope to future generations through prevention, Hope Alliance is a leader in saving and transforming lives affected by family and sexual violence. Hope Alliance operates under the belief that physical, sexual, emotional and psychological abuse of one human being by another is unacceptable. We believe that all abuse diminishes or prohibits the full expression of life and growth that is every person’s right. (website)
Meals on Wheels Central Texas seeks to nourish and enrich the lives of the homebound and other people in need through programs that promote dignity and independent living. Meals on Wheels Central Texas is one of the largest meal-delivery organizations in the state, distributing 3,000 meals each business day to homebound older adults and people with disabilities. Part of the Austin area community since 1972, MOWCTX believes in holistic case management and also offers the following services to our clients through our many programs: in home care; minor and major home repairs; grocery shopping assistance; a monthly supply of shelf-stable groceries; extra, daily, shelf-stable meals for the nutritionally at-risk; veteran services; problem-solving therapies; rural meal delivery; Alzheimer's respite care; and pet food and pet health care for our clients’ dogs and cats.
Our programs are provided free of charge and are designed to nourish and enrich the lives of the people we serve, allowing them to live at home with dignity and independence. (website)
The Caring Place continues to fulfill the mission for which it was created back in 1985. It remains a local ministry of the community which serves the community. The Caring Place exists because of the generosity of the Georgetown community and because of the confidence the community has in the ability of The Caring Place to step up, and not step over, our neighbors in need. (website)
Our belief is that each girl in our care is created by God for a special purpose in this world. We acknowledge that part of her life story is that she is a survivor of sex trafficking. We also believe every girl has the ability to create a new life for herself as she is encircled with the support and love necessary to begin the healing process. We believe that every survivor of sex trafficking has the potential to be a change agent in this world, and to become a leader in her generation and a champion in the fight to eradicate the insidious crime of sexual exploitation of children. (website)
Texas Baptist Children’s Home (TBCH) embraces children and families in need in order to empower and equip them for a promising future. Children, and single mothers with their children, who come to TBCH are often lost, hurting, and hopeless, without a place to turn for help during their time of greatest need. Our residential programs provide a safe home and a stable family environment where they can learn, grow, and ultimately experience a happy, healthy future. (website)
Children’s Advocacy Centers™ of Texas, Inc. (CACTX) is the statewide membership association representing all local children’s advocacy centers in the Lone Star state. Founded in 1994 with a membership of 13 local centers, today the CACTX membership roster includes 71 developing and established centers in large urban cities as well as in small rural communities. Our membership reflects the vast diversity of Texas, all with their own unique approaches to fulfilling our shared mission of protecting and providing for children. (website)