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Helping Homebound Heroes - June

It’s amazing what teamwork can accomplish.  Thanks to our partnership with The Home Depot Foundation, a multi-generational family is able to live together.

“He’s Like a Brother to Me”

“Charles has changed my life,” says 75-year-old Thomas Snyder about the vital role his Meals on Wheels Central Texas In-Home Care attendant, Charles Johnson, has played in helping him live independently. Long before the two men met, Mr. Snyder spent his entire professional career helping others.  He certainly had the qualifications to do so having earned three Master’s degrees – one each in Theology, Education, and Clinical Psychology.

Helping Homebound Heroes - May

“My house was falling down around me,” says Cynthia King of the home she and her husband, Joe, purchased in Smithville, Texas nearly 30 years ago. A faulty foundation and an irreparable roof were just part of the problem - the flooring and windows also desperately needed to be replaced and the electrical system upgraded.  

Thank You, Amplify Austin Donors!

On behalf of the 5,000 homebound Central Texans we serve, thank you to everyone who donated to MOWCTX during Amplify Austin! Amplify Austin is a 24-hour online campaign that raises funds for 700 Central Texas non-profits – and this year’s event collected more than $10,000,000.

Wells Fargo Celebrates New Location with Gift to MOWCTX

Our wonderful partners at Wells Fargo Bank recently celebrated the opening of their newest branch banking location in Austin by donating $10,000 to help the homebound Central Texans we serve!