Women Helping Others

Community Association

It all started with a dream, a conversation between friends over coffee, and a dozen women willing to exchange their weekly lunch-out-with-the-girls for a brown bag and the chance to make a difference in their local community. It was a small beginning that led to great things. WOMEN HELPING OTHERS (WHO) has evolved to a force over 300 women strong, who collectively make a big impact on community-based organizations and improve life for many. WHO meets monthly — advancing the common good and strengthening quality of life through donations of our time, our service, and our financial assistance; while fostering inclusive camaraderie and fellowship.        Scroll Down / Click the Photos To Learn More

WHO volunteers and donates to nonprofit organizations throughout Williamson County. We have supported them by sponsoring fundraisers, volunteering, donating money, and spreading the word that these nonprofits need help. In 2023 alone, we contributed $160,000 to these community-based organizations through membership contributions and collaborations with Sun City neighborhoods and the Georgetown community. WHO works together with Meals on Wheels, a third-party fundraiser with Opportunities for Williamson and Burnet Counties, which also receives a matching donation. There's so much to be done! Won't you help us?


April General Meeting - April 22; 1:30 pm in Sun City Ballroom

Guest speaker - Nichola Cotto from We Are Not Broken
Mission: To empower every woman and girl to stand up and boldly share their scar stories. To capture the raw image of what true beauty and strength look like, in a world that has accepted the word broken as a tool to label those who have endured pain, suffering and loss.

Contact Info: 512-289-8928 110 E 7th St., Suite 300, Georgetown

CANCELLED Tour: April 17, 9:15 am Contact Joan Douglas for more information [email protected]

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Spring Give Away 2024

SPRING GIVE AWAY 2024: $8,500. Made possible by membership contributions. Thank you!

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GALS About Town Social Events

Contact Judy Blakely for more information about shopping and outings [email protected].

Contact Diane Bartulevicz to participate in walks [email protected]

SAVE THE DATE - Car Show Benefiting Hounds for Heroes - October 19

A FREE Car Show benefiting Hounds for Heroes of Cedar Park will be held from 9 a.m. till 3 p.m., rain or shine on October 19, in the Sun City Ballroom Parking Lot, 2 Texas Drive, Sun City. LIVE MUSIC & FOOD TRUCKS! CRAFT SHOW AND BAKE SALE INSIDE THE BALLROOM! FUN FOR EVERYONE! Open to all vehicles, Entries go live on April 1. $30 online entry. . www.sctexas.org. Go to "Tickets". Awards at 2:30 p.m the day of event. For questions about sponsorship opportunities, contact Vice President, Maria Tolleson, [email protected] or https://www.thedogalliance.org/who-hounds-sponsor

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January Meeting - Recap of 2023 Celebration!

In 2023, WHO in conjunction with other organizations, raised a grand total of $160,000 through their efforts in fundraising, product drives, donations and club dues. WHO is very proud of their accomplishments. The grand total benefits Williamson County nonprofit organizations, our veterans and occasionally, natural disaster recovery.

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Upcoming Events
2024 Non Profit Presenters & Tour Dates

  • February 26 - Hope House (Tour - February 21)
  • March 25 - Wilco Bluestar Mothers (Info Lunch - March 20)
  • April 22 - We Are Not Broken (Tour - April 17)
  • May 20 - Isaiah117 House (Tour - May 15)
  • June 24 - Neighbors Serving Neighbors (Tour - June 12)
  • July 22 - Habitat for Humanity (Tour - July 17)
  • August 26 - Georgetown Backpack Buddies (Tour - August 21)
  • September 23 - Sleep in Heavenly Peace (Tour - September 11)
  • October 28 - Wilco Animal Shelter (Tour - October 9)
  • November 18 - Heroes Night Out (Tour - November 6)

Contact Vice President, Maria Tolleson [email protected] for more information.

Car Show Volunteers Needed

We need volunteers to help with the Car Show. Click on "Read More" for specific volunteer needs.

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