Please join us for the fourth annual Wilco Gives, benefiting The Salvation Army Williamson County Service Center – Thursday, September 27, 2018 from 6:00 - 8:30pm at Reunion Ranch.
Featuring entertainment by The Debonaires, this evening of fun and fundraising will be emceed by Todd Jeffries of 590 KLBJ AM, and will include dinner, dancing, a silent auction and highlights of how we are keeping families together and preventing homelessness in Williamson County.
Our goal is to raise $50,000 to help The Salvation Army Williamson County Service Center provide urgently-needed services to individuals and families facing the possibility of homelessness in Williamson County. All funds raised stay local in Williamson County. Last year The Salvation Army provided services to 560 men, women and children in Williamson County.
The Salvation Army Williamson County Service Center, which opened in 2014, offers urgently-needed services to adults and children facing the possibility of homelessness in Williamson County. Our goal is to prevent homelessness and keep families together by helping them to become self-suﬃcient again. The Salvation Army offers intake and assessment of the needs of men, women and children, provides direct services (e.g. food, clothing, rent and utility assistance) and refers qualified individuals to other important social services. The Salvation Army also supports the community with a nursing home ministry, youth music program, summer camp, and outreach to a disadvantaged neighborhood. The Salvation Army closely collaborates with other agencies and churches in Williamson County to ensure that needs are met appropriately and to avoid duplication of services. Together we are helping prevent homelessness in Williamson County.