Hill Country Community Ministries is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, a coalition of churches founded in 1983 to help families in crisis and those living in poverty in southwest Williamson and northwest Travis counties.
HCCM operates a food pantry, clothes closet and provides other assistance for approximately 400 families each month.
We are supported by area churches, businesses, civic organizations, schools and caring individuals, including the dedicated services of more than 200 volunteers.
How You Can Help
Donate MoneyThere are several ways to help HCCM by making monetary donations. More…
Donate FoodThe Food Pantry needs food year-round to help feed approximately 380 families each month. More…
Donate ClothesHill Country Community Ministries gives new and gently used clothing to over 75 families per month. More…
VolunteerVolunteers are the heartbeat of Hill Country Community Ministries, providing more than 10,000 hours of volunteer service each year. More…
H-E-B Million Dollar Charity Shoot Out
2014 Tournament Nets $22,000 for HCCM
H-E-B employees and Schaible Realty staff gathered recently at the H-E-B Leander store for presentation of the proceeds from the 2014 H-E-B Million Dollar Charity Shoot Out golf tournament. Holding the $22,000 check are (from the left) Gary Anderson, General Manager, H-E-B Plus! Leander; Sherry McDonnell, Executive Director, Hill Country Community Ministries; and Brad Schaible, Owner/Broker, Schaible Realty and tournament director.
Schaible organized the tournament four years ago to benefit Hill Country Community Ministries, and H-E-B came on board as title sponsor. To date, the four annual tournaments have generated a grand total of $73,700 to support HCCM in their mission to assist area families in need. Read the news release.
Sherry McDonnell Announces Retirement Plans
Sherry McDonnell, executive director for HCCM, has announced plans to retire this year. Jerrell Roque, president of HCCM Board of Directors, said, “No date has been set. Sherry is graciously giving us time to conduct a proper search for a replacement and to ensure a smooth transition. We will begin the process soon and during the process it will be business as usual. Of course we are sorry to lose Sherry, but we understand her desire to retire and we support her decision.” Read the news release.