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There is a lot of activity here this month. We are currently distributing our holiday meals to our clients. This includes a turkey, stuffing, instant potatoes, gravy, Jello, sweet potatoes, green beans, corn, cranberry sauce, cream soup, peaches, pie filling, and pie crust. Several churches and organizations have been instrumental in collecting the food for this project, including Peace Lutheran, Victory Baptist, and the Leander Area Republican Women, among others.
HCCM partners with AGE of Central Texas to supply medical equipment for our clients and the public. Equipment, such as walkers, canes, wheelchairs, shower chairs, crutches and toilet chairs are made available on request and free of charge. AGE will sanitize and inspect every item to make sure everything is in pristine condition.
Our 50% off Black Friday Sale at the Thrift Store might have been the busiest day we have ever had at the thrift store, and we want to extend our heartfelt appreciation to the outstanding team that played a pivotal role in its success – our dedicated staff, selfless volunteers, and our incredible customers.
Hello HCCM Fans and HAPPY Thanksgiving!!! As I type those words, I can’t help but feel a tinge of sadness and, yet, all the while….HOPE! For those who are experiencing hardship, sadness, and despair, we hear you. We see you. We are HERE for you!!! Sadly, this is happening more often than not to our family
and friends this year.
Hi! Hola! Hallo! Oi! Pryvit! Salut! Or Namaste! In the realm of nonprofit organizations, communication is the lifeblood that sustains the mission and keeps things moving, propelling volunteers, donors, staff, and the communities they serve toward a brighter future. From the daily communication that enables us to
operate, to learning new bits of a foreign language, to sharing new ideas and providing feedback, every bit plays an essential role in shaping who we are as an organization and what we will become.
Ryan is a proud Army veteran with a heart for helping people. He believes life is for the living and the most important thing anyone can do is help others to live. Some of Ryan’s favorite activities are exercising, spending time with his beautiful wife, studying the Holy Scriptures, giving people hope, and making people smile. If you ask Ryan how he feels about working at HCCM, you will only hear thanksgiving and praise for God.
Hello, I’m Jess Godina, and I’m the Front Desk Intake Coordinator. I recently joined the HCCM on September 14th. I was born and raised in the vibrant city of Laredo, TX.
As the holiday season approaches, our Christmastime meal distribution program aims to bring warmth and joy to our clients in need.