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Hunger Free Holidays: The Caring Place Sets Goal to Collect 250,000 Pounds of Food by December 31, 2015

The Caring Place wants to help make sure that no family in Georgetown and rural Williamson County goes hungry, especially during the Holidays. So it has set a goal to collect 250,000 pounds of food between October 1 and December 31, 2015. Called Hunger Free Holidays Food Drive, The Caring Place is asking individuals, businesses and other organizations to help meet this program goal by donating non-perishable food items or by organizing food drives.

“Food drives are one of the best ways people can help us feed the hungry,” says David Earl, Donations and Facilities Director. “And we try to make it easy by delivering and picking up barrels from your location and keeping track of the pounds donated.”

The Caring Place provides barrels or you can furnish your own receptacles. For further information, please visit The Caring Place website at and click the “GIVE” tab. Or you can contact David Earl, Donations Director at 512-943-0710 or

The Caring Place is a local, faith-based non-profit organization that addresses the basic human needs of people within its service area, and collaborates with community partners to improve the quality of life of every client.

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    St. David's Foundation
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