The Williamson County Wilco Forward Phase III grant program which provides rent and utility assistance to residents impacted by COVID-19 that are in need has an impending deadline. In The Caring Place’s effort to adequately process eligible applications before the deadline, the organization will stop accepting applications for assistance utilizing these funds specifically on Monday, June 21st.
From The Caring Place: In our best effort to adequately process eligible applications for Wilco Forward funds by Williamson County’s June 30th deadline, The Caring Place will cease accepting phone requests for assistance utilizing these funds on Monday, June 21st. Any calls requesting assistance must be made by 4PM on 6/21/21 to be considered for assistance through Wilco Forward funds. Per Wilco Forward guidelines, no assistance for July rental payments will be provided.
For those applicants meeting this deadline, all requested and required paperwork must be received by The Caring Place (via email, fax or drop box) no later than 4PM on Thursday, June 24th. Any documents received thereafter will not be eligible for Wilco Forward funds. No exceptions to these dates will be considered.
Please note, eligible callers requesting assistance beyond the above listed date may be considered for The Caring Place’s traditional assistance based on the organization’s guidelines.
Neighbors needing assistance should call 512-943-0709 and leave a message with their contact information and assistance request. The Caring Place service area includes Georgetown, Andice, Bartlett, Jarrell, Florence, Granger, Jonah, Schwertner, Walburg, Weir and the portion of Hutto that lies within GISD. For more information and to learn about other programs, please visit caringplacetx.org/covid19. You may also call 512-943-0700 with general questions.
ABOUT THE CARING PLACE
Since 1985, The Caring Place has provided for the basic human needs of all people in our community in a welcoming, respectful and caring way. The Caring Place is a community-based and community-supported organization. For more information on The Caring Place, visit www.caringplacetx.org.