Round Rock Edition | December 2021

2021 DESIGNED BY MICHELLE DEGARD COMPILED BY BRIAN RASH

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Keep Hutto Beautiful Foundation

Circle of Hope Community Center

COURTESY KEEP HUTTO BEAUTIFUL FOUNDATION

COURTESY CIRCLE OF HOPE COMMUNITY CENTER

HELP THE COMMUNITY

independent living. Sample activities: Volunteers donate time through actions such as coordinating a food drive or painting walls in a cottage. 1101 N. Mays St., Round Rock 5122553682 www.tbch.org 1 1 1 * *For some events with parent supervision CARE FOR THE ENVIRONMENT 10 KEEP HUTTO BEAUTIFUL FOUNDATION The nonprot provides education and resources and helps facilitate green initia- tives to help create a more environmen- tally engaged community. Sample activities: Volunteers help with beautication projects, sustainability, fundraising, and marketing and outreach initiatives. P.O. Box 591, Hutto 512-524-6774 www.keephuttobeautiful.org HELP ANIMALS 11 PFLUGERVILLE ANIMAL WELFARE SERVICES Known as PAWS, the nonprot works to protect the health and safety of pets and homeless animals in Pugerville. Sample activities: Volunteers assist with walking dogs, playing with cats, helping with o-site adoption events and taking photos. 1600 Waterbrook Drive, Pugerville 5129906280 www.pugervilletx.gov/city-government/ animal-welfare-services 12 PFLUGERVILLE PETS ALIVE The volunteer- and foster-based pet rescue program aims to nd homes for animals, raise money and promote community awareness surrounding animal welfare issues. PPA does not have its own facility. Sample activities: Volunteers assist with PPA events and handle animals included in PPA’s program. 5129001772 www.pugervillepetsalive.org 1 1 1

13 CELEBRATION OF LOVE The volunteer-driven organization provides food and resources for military men and wom- en along with their families. Sample activities: Volunteers provide food, bikes and toys to families during the holiday season. 15630 Vision Drive, Ste. A, Pugerville 5122514800 www.celebrationoove.org 1 1 1 14 CHASCO FAMILY YMCA The organization oers an array of programs and services for its members, including child care, youth arts and cooking programs, youth sports, adult exercise classes, and swimming and aquatic programs. Sample activities: Volunteers provide a vari- ety of assistance in activities and programs for building stronger families and communities, including coaching youth sports programs. 1812 N. Mays St., Round Rock 5126155511 www.ymcagwc.org/locations/round-rock 1 1 1 1 15 CIRCLE OF HOPE COMMUNITY CENTER The organization provides tools and resources to community members by running its food pantry and assisting low-income families. Sample activities: Volunteers help with trac control, lling boxes with food, placing boxes into cars and sorting dona- tions. 2900 W. Pecan St., Pugerville 512-692-8001 www.circleoopecc.org 1 1 16 HUTTO RESOURCE CENTER The center provides tools and resources to promote independence and nancial self-su- ciency. A signicant component of the center’s focus is its community food pantry. Sample activities: Volunteer to help at the center or provide donations. 350 Ed Schmidt Blvd., Hutto 5126880176 www.huttoresourcecenter.org 1 1 1 1 * *Under 15 must have parent/guardian present

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