10 places where you can give back to your community in Georgetown

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Helping Hands of Georgetown
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Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County
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Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter
Local organizations offer a variety of ways for neighbors to help neighbors during the holiday season and throughout the year. Contact specific organizations to learn more about volunteer needs. This list is noncomprehensive.


Empower children


CASA of Williamson County trains court-appointed volunteers to advocate for children who have experienced abuse or neglect as they seek safe and permanent homes.

2100 Scenic Drive, Ste. 110
512-868-2822
www.casawilco.org






Ride On Center for Kids (R.O.C.K.) offers therapeutic horseback riding and hippotherapy for children and adults with cognitive and physical challenges, as well as veterans and service members. Volunteers can work directly with the students, veterans or horses or help out in the R.O.C.K. office or for special events.

2050 Rockride Lane
512-930-7625
www.rockride.org






Williamson County Children’s Advocacy Center assists abused children, nonoffending family members and professionals who investigate, prosecute and provide treatment in child abuse cases. Volunteers perform a variety of services.

1811 SE Inner Loop
512-943-3701
www.wilcocac.org





Support seniors


Faith in Action helps adults age 65 and older maintain quality of life and independence through volunteer support. Volunteers can provide transportation, home repairs and companionship to Faith in Action clients.

2995 Dawn Drive, Ste. 106
512-868-9544
www.faithinactiongt.org






Family Eldercare provides in-home care for seniors in need of assistance, including helping clients manage bills and finances.

805 W. University Ave.
512-450-0844
www.familyeldercare.org





Feed the hungry


Helping Hands of Georgetown gives free bagged lunches to people in Georgetown experiencing homelessness and seeks to provide basic services and support to those in need. Volunteers meet Tuesday through Thursday in the parking lot across the street from the north entrance of the Georgetown Public Library at 402 W. Eighth St.

www.helpinghandsgtx.org





Assist families


The Caring Place offers food, clothing and other services to families in need and operates two thrift stores as well as a food pantry.

2000 Railroad St.
512-943-0702
www.caringplacetx.org






Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County provides home construction, home ownership and home repair programs to help families build strength and self-reliance.

2108 N. Austin Ave.
512-863-4344
https://williamsonhabitat.org






Kindred Hospice works with end-of-life patients and their families throughout Williamson County.

2913 Williams Drive, Ste. 320
512-868-0505
www.kindredhealthcare.com





Help animals


Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter and provides care for homeless animals and helps residents throughout the county find their lost pets.

1855 SE Inner Loop
512-943-3322
https://pets.wilco.org