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Community Impact Grants

United Way of Williamson County partners with local organizations to join our fight for the health, education and financial stability of every person in every Williamson County community. Together, we are providing help - and hope for more than 41,000 Williamson County people each year. 

The following organizations will receive a combined total of $470,000 for the 2017-2018 funding cycle:

AGE of Central Texas

Assistance for low-income seniors with dementia or Alzheimers at an Adult Day Health Center in Round Rock, Texas.

Boys and Girls Club of Georgetown

Funding for the Every Member Every Year initiative to support on-time grade progression and high school graduation for students in Georgetown, Texas.

Breast Cancer Resource Center

Support for Navigation Support Specialist to assist Williamson County women and their families after a breast cancer diagnosis.

Capital IDEA

Education to employment training, case management and employment support for Williamson County residents working towards a higher-wage career.

Communities in Schools of Greater Central Texas

Funding for academic support with social service coordination to at-risk students in Florence ISD. 

Girls Empowerment Network

Funding for the 180 program to assist girls in Round Rock ISD who have entered or at-risk of entering the juvenile justice system. 

Girl Scouts of Central Texas

Support for the Gamma Sigma program in Round Rock ISD to provide the tools for economically disadvantaged girls to pursue higher education and professional careers.

Hill Country Community Ministries

Funding for the food pantry assistance program. 

Hope Alliance

Assistance for victims of family and sexual violence in Williamson County rebuild their lives through counseling and resources.

Interagency Support Council of East Williamson County

Funding for school-based mental health services in East Williamson County with a special focus on Granger ISD. 

Literacy Council of Williamson County

Funding for Project Moving Up with provides basic adult literacy instruction, GED tutoring and preparation, ESL classes and vocational training for in-demand occupations. 

Meals on Wheels of Central Texas

Funding for Meals on Wheels delivery to 275 older adults and homebound residents in Williamson County. 

Meals on Wheels - Opportunities for Williamson & Burnet Counties

Funding for Meals on Wheels delivery to 900 seniors and residents of Williamson County. 

Round Rock Area Serving Center

Funding for the food pantry assistance program. 

Round Rock ISD Education Foundation

Support for mentor coordinator which matches more than 500 students with an adult mentor each year.

Samaritan Health Ministries

Provides funding for high-quality medical, dental, mental health, and pharmaceutical care to uninsured patients in Williamson County.

Spirit Reins

Funding for trauma-informed mental health services to children and families affected by abuse, neglect and other Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).

The Caring Place

Funding for the food pantry assistance program. 

 


Prior to receiving funding from United Way of Williamson County, grant recipients complete a rigorous application process by a group of community volunteers. The Community Impact Committee considers various aspects of each program including alignment to our community impact goals, ability to achieve measurable results and the financial stability of each nonprofit organization. Click here to learn more about the application process. 

The investment in programs and services provided by the following nonprofit agencies will be critical to helping us advance our community impact goals in education, income, health and basic needs. These agencies are helping children and youth achieve their potential through education or helping families become more financially stable, or increase their access to health care and basic needs. They, too, are focused on providing pathways to a better life.