Women Helping OthersMember Facilities
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 teams with Meals-on-Wheels, The Caring Place, The Georgetown Nest and Brookwood in Georgetown (BiG) to support their missions. We have supported them by sponsoring fundraisers, volunteering, donating money and also by spreading the word that these non-profits need help. In 2020 alone, we contributed over $87,000 to these and 18 other community based organizations. But there is so much more to be done, won't you join us!
Holiday Meals Delivered
Ways WHO Ladies Can Help
Donate cash or gift cards of $25 each to HEB or WalMart. If you donate cash, HMD is a non-profit and your donation is tax deductible.
We request three dozen cookies and candy canes, Hershey's kisses, or other small, wrapped candy. Cookies can be baked early and frozen.
Pack cookies on December 23 at the Sun City Ballroom It's a fun holiday tradition, and you are welcome to bring your family.
Deliver meals on Christmas Day. More information will be coming about how to sign up to drive and deliver using your own vehicle. It's a very organized event. First, you will drive through the Georgetown airport to pick up the name, address, and bag of goodies. Then you will go to the Georgetown Sheraton to pick up the meals before delivering everything to a family or senior in Georgetown.
If you have questions, please call Nina Stancil at 512-868-1609.
WHO ladies enjoyed a tour and lunch in October at the Madella Hilliard Senior Center in Georgetown.
Dec 23 FriTreasurer's Report
Congratulations! WHO'S Meals on Wheels Program Fundraiser which ended October 26 raised $36,728 in donations plus St. David's Foundation matched $35,000 for a GRANT TOTAL of $71,728!
Every Kindness Counts
Each month you can visibly check in here to see how each of our small gifts and donations add up to make a big difference. Come back here to view a link to our monthly report and to learn how the club voted to distribute funds during the month. The needs of Williamson County, Sun City, and the surrounding areas are great but each of us can make a difference with our gifts that collectively make a big impact for so many.
Reminder Porch drop-off is available for monthly donations or special gifting at:
204 Palo Blanco Creek Lane, N-84
or you may bring your donations to any General Meeting in the Ballroom.
Ramona Thomas, WHO Treasurer