Households Helped in Williamson County

Households helped in 2016
Willaimson County Service Center Financials
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Wilco Gives:
Red Shield Round Up

Thursday, September 14, 2017 – 6:30 pm
Reunion Ranch

Join us for the third annual Wilco Gives: Red Shield Round Up on Thursday, September 14, 2017 for a one-of-a-kind evening featuring great food, dancing, a spectacular auction, and much more!  Entertainment provided by One Ton Country.  With your support, The Salvation Army is working to prevent homelessness in Williamson County by helping families move from crisis to self-sufficiency.

The Williamson County Service Center, which opened in 2014, provides financial assistance, food and clothing to local families in who are living in the first stages of financial crisis. Last year’s event, which raised more than $26,000, helped us to provide services to 461 men, women and children in Williamson County.

Join us this year as we round up support for the growing number of families who struggle in our community.

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Wilco Gives Emcee

Chikage Windler

CBS Austin Chief Meterologist

Chikage Windler, KEYE TV Chief Meteorologist will emcee this fun event

Thank you to our Generous Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Texas Realty

Foreman

Georgetown Health Foundation
John Goldhammer
Linda Scardis with JP Associates Realtors

Wrangler

Bob Kalka
WAG A BAG

If you are unable to attend this year’s Wilco Gives but would still like to support the programs and services provided in Williamson County, we invite you to donate now:

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Robert Moss Shelter

Meet Robert Moss

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.