The annual point-in-time count offers a snapshot of Travis County homelessness, recording the number of people in shelters, in transitional housing, and those outdoors or in cars, unsheltered. In one morning, on Saturday, January 27, Read More
Highlighting generous and community-minded businesses, large and small, plus opportunities for your business to make a difference in Central Texas.
GivingCity’s monthly meet-ups are back, this time in a new location: the Settlement Home for Children’s Williamson Campus in North Austin, just a couple of blocks north of 183 at Peyton Gin, exact address is 1607 Read More
For Dr. Merritt Pember, an orthopedic surgeon and a veteran U.S. Army Major who served during Operation Iraqi Freedom in Bagdad, creating the Run for the Flag event was the culmination of his experiences. As Read More
The law firm Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard P.L.L.C., is accepting nominations through November 17 for “Take Time To Give,” it’s primary community service initiative. The project donates $50,000 to selected charities, offers volunteer Read More
Brakes to Go, an Austin mobile brake repair business, has partnered with Meals on Wheels Central Texas to nourish and enrich the lives of homebound older adults. Under the partnership, Brakes to Go will donate Read More
The Michael & Susan Dell Foundation today announced the launch of the Rebuild Texas Fund, with the goal of raising over $100 million for the long-term recovery of communities affected by Hurricane Harvey. The foundation Read More
The State Employee Charitable Campaign’s 24th annual fun and fund drive will run from September 1 – October 31, 2017. Nearly 60,000 state employees, 100,000 state retirees, and 90 state agencies (over 10 percentof local Read More