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The 100 Club of Central Texas
The 100 Club of Central Texas leads the community in providing financial assistance and support for the families of first responders who are killed or critically injured in the line of duty. We are honored to serve emergency medical technicians, firefighters, and law enforcement officers throughout Bastrop, Bell, Caldwell, Hays, Travis, and Williamson counties.
4-H CAPITAL inspires youth to develop into inquiring scientists, citizens of character, partners in service, and engaged community members through participation in project-based learning experiences and collaborative community involvement.
A Legacy of Giving
Creating a culture of compassion through education and leadership development. We envision a society of empathetic individuals building stronger communities through service and giving.
A New Entry, Inc.
A New Entry believes in its mission to see every individual touched by addiction restored to their God designed passionate purpose. We believe that every experience can serve us in the building of our future. No one has to walk alone and we believe that our compassionate experience will help you on your journey.
A World For Children
A World For Children is a Christian, non-profit child placing agency, offering an array of services to children in substitute care. We believe that all children deserve to live in a safe and caring environment. The mission of A World For Children is to serve at risk children and families by providing quality services focusing on prevention, support, assessment, therapeutic intervention and permanency.
A+ Education Foundation
The mission of A+ Education Foundation is to provide charitable grants and scholarships to fund programs, training, and materials for educators.
Accessible Housing Austin!
Accessible Housing Austin!'s mission is to foster and develop affordable, accessible, and integrated housing options for low-income people with disabilities in Austin, Texas.
ACE Academy provides personalized education for gifted learners and cultivates a community of learners who relentlessly pursue inquiry with self-determination and resourcefulness.
The Adamo Group
Aimed at using small talents to achieve big outcomes. We take a unique approach to rehabilitating, educating, and empowering women that have been exploited by the expansive commercial sex industry in the United States, especially trafficked survivors. The Adamo Group is a 501(c)3.
Adoption Knowledge Affiliates
AKA, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) educational organization whose purpose is to foster understanding of adoption issues and to serve as a resource to people whose lives are touched by adoption, the professionals who work with them, and the general public. AKA is supported by membership dues and contributions.
Adventurers Academy of Lifelong Learning
The Adventurers Academy's mission is to help adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the Austin, Texas area connect with the community, develop greater lifelong independence, and achieve their full potential, through a variety of social, educational, recreational and vocational experiences.
African American Youth Harvest Foundation
The mission of the African American Youth Harvest Foundation (AAYHF or Harvest Foundation) is to effectually address disparities and ensure low-barrier access to vital educational, economic, and enrichment resources to under-served, at-risk youth and their families on their path to self-sufficiency.
Our Mission: To Create Opportunities and Empower People Through Media and Broadcast Services. We are a dynamic Organization with a united vision. We have charged ourselves with developing and managing broadcast content that gives diverse viewers news and information about activities of relevance to their lives, interests and ideals.
AGE of Central Texas
AGE of Central Texas tackles the challenges of aging with expert, compassionate solutions to make aging a journey of triumph. We are dedicated to older adults and those who care for them and most of who we serve has a form of dementia or Alzheimer's. Drawn from the words of our founders, Bert Kruger Smith and Willie Kocurek, "our vision is to make aging a shared journey". AGE has six key programs aimed at enhancing the health and well-being of older adults and their caregivers: • Adult Day Health Centers (ADHCs): daytime care for adults with physical needs or mental loss • CaregiverU: free classes and information on topics important to caregivers • Health Equipment Lending Program (HELP): free, no-time-limit loans on durable medical equipment and incontinence products • Memory Connections: free weekly meetings with activities and support groups for adults with an early memory loss diagnosis • AGE Computer Lab: technology classes for older adults, by older adults • Caregiver Resource Center: one-stop shop for caregiver resources, support, and consultation
AHB Community School
We are a community of families and educators who foster a creative and collaborative educational alternative, cultivating authentic, balanced critical thinkers who are prepared for a life of learning. AHB implements a Progressive Education approach. Our students learn by doing, experience integrated curriculum through thematic units, and develop problem solving and critical thinking skills. We offer many opportunities for collaborative work to help our students develop social and cooperative learning skills. Our highly personalized education focuses on each individual's personal goals, on community service, and on adaptability to our ever-changing world.