Nonprofit organizations in the Rio Grande Valley region have access to a range of resources that can help them recruit volunteers and make strategic economic growth a primary objective. Williamson County, TN is one of the most affluent counties in the state and is home to major corporate headquarters, historic centers, shops, stores, and plenty of open space. Nolensville is a thriving municipality located in the northeast corner of Williamson County, and is home to Williamson Medical Center, which is known for providing advanced, less invasive surgical procedures. The Economic Partnership in Williamson County raises funds to purchase educational materials and self-regulation tools to build and distribute resilience kits to families.
The Volunteer Center for Round Rock and surrounding communities works with nonprofit agencies and community members to develop, support, and promote volunteerism in the county. The primary partners of the Resilient Wilco team are Bluebonnet Trails Community Services, Williamson County Youth Services, Georgetown Health Foundation, The Georgetown Project, the Williamson County and Cities Health District, and local community advocates. Williamson County offers quality educational options with schools that routinely score some of the best test scores in the state. It is the only point of contact for coordinating and facilitating the ongoing development of Williamson County and its six municipalities.
Central Texas nonprofit organizations can apply for funding to build partnerships and achieve significant improvements in services.