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…
Family Eldercare Fan Drive
HCCM is a distribution location for the Family Eldercare Fan Drive. Qualified recipients may pick up a fan on Friday mornings from 9 am - noon through August. Our clients may receive a fan at their regular appointment time. See Fan Drive flyer for qualifications.
Laces for Leander & Laces for Lago Vista
This non-profit community outreach came under the direction of Hill Country Community Ministries in late 2015. This event is held before school starts and allows low-income students in Leander ISD and Lago Vista ISD to "shop" for a brand new pair of shoes. The heart and idea behind it is, "What child doesn't want to start the first day of school with a brand new pair of shoes?" Last year over 400 pairs of new shoes were distributed. The event will take place in August. Stay tuned for more details about ways to support our 3rd annual Laces event!!
National Day of Prayer
The 2016 National Day of Prayer was held on Thursday, May 5. The Leander Prayer Breakfast was held in the parking lot of the
Leander Police Department, from 6:45 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. The theme for this year’s event was "Wake Up, America".
HCCM Executive Director, Tiesa Hollaway, was the guest speaker this year. Over 100 local residents, community leaders, pastors and business owners joined together to pray for our community and our nation. Breakfast was provided by Smokey Mo’s Bar-B-Q.
A prayer balloon launch was held at the close of the event. A special thank you to Mayor Chris Fielder for the proclamation and State Representative Tony Dale for the resolution. Thank you to our community sponsors who made this possible:
- Al Clawson Disposal
- Connie’s Car Wash
- N.E.W. Mini Storage
- Smokey Mo’s Bar-B-Q
- Walker Texas Surveyors