FREE Kids’ Events

Bridges to Growth is offering FREE Kids Events this summer!  Click here for more info.

Kid City 2018 Camp

Kid City is a half-day summer nutrition and enrichment program for GISD students (completed Kindergarten – 5th grade this year) who qualify for free or reduced lunch program.  Click here for more information.

“Committed to Kids” Summer Series 2018 Training

Click here for information on the 16th Annual “Committed to Kids” Summer Series 2018, provided by Christ Lutheran Learning Center and The Georgetown Project’s Bridges to Growth.  Conference to be held August 2-4.  Early registration is $10 per class (1.5 hours) until June 15th.

Renovation Inspiration Home Tour – May 5 & 6

Our Renovation Inspiration Home Tour on May 5 & 6 was a huge success!   This fabulous event was a tour of five completely remodeled homes in Sun City with valuable information about vendors and shopping sources.  And every dollar from ticket sales went directly to support The Georgetown Project and its programs for children.   Thank you for your support!!!

Barbara Baldwin Pearce Youth Leadership Scholarship

Applications have been accepted for The Georgetown Project’s first annual Barbara Baldwin Pearce Youth Leadership Scholarship.  We will be giving three – $1,000 scholarships, one each at Georgetown High School, East View High School and Richarte High School.  Click here for the application.  Deadline was March 9th.

TGP 2018 Summer Youth Employment Program

The Georgetown Project’s 2018 Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) deadline was April 15th.   Must be a high school student in Georgetown.  Click here for program information.

TGP Collaborative for Children & Youth

The Collaborative meets the first Wednesday of every month at 11:30 at the Georgetown Health Foundation Community Room C: 2423 Williams Drive, Suite 101, Georgetown, feel free to bring your own brown bag lunch.

TGP celebrates 20 years!


Click the photo above to watch a video reviewing the past 20 years!

Building a community where no child is hungry, hurt, alone or rejected and where all children and youth believe they are loved, respected, and treated with dignity.

These words have been a powerful vision guiding the work of The Georgetown Project since its founding in 1997.

Mayor Dale Ross presented a proclamation honoring The Georgetown Project’s 20th Year Anniversary.