Congratulations and thank you to each of our campaign award winners! Your commitment and investment in the community makes a life a little better for thousands of children, families and adults of all ages!
Congratulations to the 2013 Campaign Award winners! You inspire us to do more for Williamson County. Thank you!
A benefit show headlined by comedian and actor, Bill Engvall, Jr. helped raise more than $68,000 for United Way of Williamson County. This March 7th event held at the Klett Center for the Performing Arts at Georgetown High School, honored Janet Engvall McTigue, Executive Director of Georgetown Area United Way from 2002-2005. She passed away in 2007.
“The amount we raised this year is a 60% increase over two years ago. THAT IS JUST PLAIN AMAZING,” said LeAnn Powers, Chief Professional Officer of UWWC. “What a difference those monies will make in our community. And what a great tribute this is to Janet and the work that was so very important to her.”
At projects scattered throughout Williamson County, more than 140 volunteers paid tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as part of the United Way of Williamson County MLK Day of Service on Monday, January 21, 2013.
This annual event brings together individuals, families and groups, including a group of students from Southwestern University and employee groups from local businesses, to volunteer part of their day of to help with projects at nine sites located in Georgetown, Leander, Round Rock and Taylor.
Friday, September 28, 2012 marked United Way of Williamson County’s annual Day of Caring. More than 175 individuals, families and groups, including many from local employers came together to tackle work at 14 different project locations in Hutto, Georgetown, Round Rock and Taylor.