91 Georgetown high school students and volunteers joined us on Monday, January 21, 2019, from 9am – noon at the Georgetown Community Center (445 E. Morrow Street in San Gabriel Park), for 3 hours of service.  Click here for more information.

WHAT IS THE THE SOIREE?
One night. Three nonprofits. Thousands of children helped. That, in a nutshell, is what The Soiree is all about. This fundraising event will feature dining, dancing, nostalgic games and an opportunity to put on your best gown, your shiniest shoes and your blingiest jewelry. The best part? Every dollar raised benefits The Georgetown Project, CASA of Williamson County and the Williamson County Children’s Advocacy Center. Giving back just got a whole lot fancier.

When?  FEBRUARY 16, 2019  Registration begins 5:30 P.M.  Ballroom Doors Open 6:30 P.M. THE SHERATON, GEORGETOWN

 

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, to be held at Purl Elementary this year.  Click here for more information.

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!!!


The Collaborative meets again on Wednesday, February 5th,  at 11:30 at the Georgetown Health Foundation Community Room C: 2423 Williams Drive, Suite 101, Georgetown.  We will provide a light lunch, but feel free to bring your own brown bag lunch.  


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.