The holiday season is right around the corner! As you make plans with family and friends, we hope you’ll consider participating in our Holiday Assistance Program to help our residents fulfill their wish lists. With your support, we can make the holidays brighter for the families who live with us!
Here are four ways you can get involved:
Sponsor a Family
Sponsoring a family is a great way to engage your family, coworkers, friends, neighbors, congregation or civic club in a rewarding group service activity. Visit the Sponsor Registration Page for more information and to complete your sponsor form by Thursday, December 5. Sponsor forms received by November 22 will be matched before Thanksgiving. Sign up to sponsor today!
Donate to Our Holiday Gift Drive
Provide items like gift cards, household supplies, toys, and more for our residents. Gift deliveries will be accepted December 11-13. See our wish list.
Please join us for a Red Bench conversation on the topic of Self-Compassion on Tuesday, October 29, 2019 from 6:30-8:30pm at St. Luke United Methodist Church (1306 W Lynn St, Austin, TX 78703). Parking is available on the premises and a light vegetarian meal will be served. If you would like to attend, please be sure to RSVP.
Hands on Housing
Our next big housing repair project will be the Raise the Roof on Saturday, October 19, 2019. We will be painting and doing minor repair work to a number of homes in Austin. If you are ready to register a team for this event, please fill out this form. If you would like to volunteer for this event as an individual, there is no need for you to register, but please be sure to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can assign you to a home.
Austin is in a housing crisis.
Everyone knows it. Everyone feels it.
This is why we have come together in partnership with Foundation Communities, Meals on Wheels Central Texas, LifeWorks Austin, Caritas of Austin, HousingWorks Austin and Keep Austin Affordable to advocate for what can be one of the biggest investments in our community for generations: the Affordable Housing Bond.
“Affordable Housing Bond” may sound complicated and over the next few months, you’ll see and hear us talking about it a lot. We’ve put together FAQs that you can use to become informed and to better understand why we are advocating for this — Proposition A — to be voted into effect.
Saturday April 7, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
(Raindate April 21)
iACT’s Hands on Housing utilizes volunteers and skilled professionals to repair the homes of senior citizens and disabled individuals who are living in deep poverty. The goal is to keep our homeowners safe and help them remain in the homes and neighborhoods they love.