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Working Together

While the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on our community, it has also allowed kindness, love, and support to emerge out of the situation at hand. #WilcoWorkingTogether is a series that will highlight various cities, people, and organizations making a difference during these trying times. Help us spread good news, and show the world what makes WilCo such a unique place to call home!

 
Hutto Resource Center

The Hutto Resource Center is a vital part of the Hutto community and is here to help. The City of Hutto is proud to share a piece of the work their dedicated volunteers undertake as part of the Williamson County series #WilcoWorkingTogether!

If you are in need of assistance please reach out at 512-688-0162

 
Round Rock Serving Center helps local families in need during COVID-19 pandemic

The City of Round Rock has partnered with the Round Rock Area Serving Center to help families in need overcome hardships exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out more here: https://www.rrasc.org/

 
Project Transformation

Learn about how this wonderful volunteer in Williamson County is making a difference in the lives of students in our community!

 
GTX Cares Pop Up Around Georgetown

If you've visited downtown Georgetown, Texas, lately, you might have noticed some poppy signs around the Square. The decals in business windows and banners were designed both to show the unity, support, and love we share for one another in Georgetown and to connect the physical world to our digital COVID-19 information. This video from the City of Georgetown talks about what these decals mean to small businesses and the community.


 
Wilco Working Together with TSTC RISE Program - Hutto, Texas
Unemployment has become one of the biggest problems facing Texas today, currently more than 1.3 million people are unemployed. TSTC, in partnership with businesses and industries, has developed an innovative solution to help those Texans get back to work. The Rapid Industry Skills & Employability (RISE) program can help you to learn the skills to quickly begin a new career. Upon successful completion, you will earn an Occupational Skills Award. Take a look at the courses being offered here https://www.tstc.edu/programslist/rise



 
#WilCoWorkingTogether - WilCo Medical Reserve Corp
Sometimes it’s the smallest acts of kindness that can mean the most! Laura Jones is a local volunteer with the Williamson County and Cities Health District Medical Reserve Corp, and she set out to make a difference during the COVID-19 pandemic by connecting creative volunteers in Williamson County with vulnerable populations living in local assisted living communities and nursing homes. It is a great example of #WilCoWorkingTogether! Learn more about the
Williamson County and Cities Health District Medical Reserve Corp and how you can make a positive impact by visiting their website: http://www.wcchd.org/about_us/volunteer/index.php

 
City of Georgetown - Art with Heart
As Georgetown business owners shut their doors in response to safety requirements and stay home orders for COVID-19, local resident and business owner Rachel Hancock wanted to do something about it.

 
Wilco Forward Phase I Positive Feedback
 
City of Cedar Park - Gracie's Canned Goods
Cedar Park has great residents of all ages willing to helping others. Gracie's Canned Goods is making a difference in our community, one can at a time!
 
City of Georgetown - Golden Birthday
Turning 5 years old is a big deal, especially when your birthday falls on the fifth of the month! But Georgetown resident Bonnie was turning 5 on Aug. 5, 2020 – meaning she would have to celebrate her one-and-only Golden Birthday in the middle of a pandemic.

 
#50YardChallenge - Cedar Park, Texas

As part of our #WilcoWorkingTogether series, today we share the story of a teenage girl in Cedar Park, Texas that is making a difference in her community by serving with her time and talents.