Preventing Homelessness In Williamson County

One awful car accident altered Robert’s life forever. Brought back to life by firemen with defibrillators, Robert suffered injuries from the accident that left him disabled and unable to make a living.  He eventually found his way to Georgetown, but was unable to find decent housing that he could afford.  Robert was referred to The Salvation Army, and there he received help towards a deposit on a new apartment.

“I was at the lowest point of my life, and The Salvation Army came through for me to move into a better and more affordable apartment.”

Through providing rental and utility assistance, The Salvation Army Williamson County Service Center helps people like Robert maintain their housing and avoid homelessness.  You can make a difference for someone like Robert by making a donation today or attending our Wilco Gives: Red Shield Round-up on Thursday, September 14, 2017.

Robert's Story

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