GBC WilCo Strong Campaign Update

It is the middle of May and businesses are slowly starting to open back up.  But that does not mean that the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on our community have disappeared.  People are still hurting and in need.  Through the efforts of those in our community, we have been able to raise almost 25% of our fundraising goal for our WilCo Strong campaign.  If you are feeling generous, please consider contributing to the campaign.  We have put together a few options to support the campaign.

You can show your neighbors that you are WilCo Strong by purchasing a yard sign.  We also have mini signs good for putting in a car window or for displaying in a store front. We also have t-shirts available.  Finally, we have options for those who want to donate to or sponsor the campaign.

Proceeds will help support Helping Hands of Georgetown and HELP Crisis Assistance as well as the Georgetown Beard Club so we can continue serving our community. 

Last, but not least, we would like to thank those who have generously sponsored our campaign as well as those who have donated or purchased signs or t-shirts.  Special thanks to Landreth Construction, In-Charge Electric, and Grand Endeavor Homes.  We would also like to thank the businesses who have continuously supported the Georgetown Beard Club including Texas Outdoor Power Equipment and Mesquite Creek Outfitters.

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