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Spoetzl Brewery, maker of Shiner Beer, donated $25,000 to the United Way of Hays County Flood Disaster Recovery Fund this week through the Shiner’s Got Your Back Program.

“Shiner’s Got Your Back program was launched in 2013 in the wake of the Moore, Oklahoma tornado and the West, Texas explosion with the purpose...

More than three weeks into the recovery effort after the Memorial Day flooding in Hays County, United Way of Hays County continues its support of recovery, directing funds from its 2015 Flood Disaster Recovery Fund to partner agencies and other non-profit organizations proving services to flood survivors, said Michelle Harper, President/CEO.

“Details about applying for these disaster recovery funds are available...

Short-term basic needs and long-term recovery operations for Hays and Caldwell Counties were funded this week by the United Way of Hays County’s Flood Relief Fund, created after the devastating 2015 Memorial Day floods that left hundreds of homes damaged, caused millions of dollars in damage,...

United Way of Hays County has set up a disaster recovery fund to assist those affected by the Memorial Day Weekend floods in Hays and Caldwell counties.  We will be working with our partner agencies and other non-profit organizations to distribute these funds directly to those in need in the coming days, weeks and months.  Details about applying for disaster recovery funds will be available on our website later this week.

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(San Marcos, Texas) – The goal of United Way of Hays County is to partner with the community to create long-lasting changes that prevent problems from happening in the first place. By focusing on the building blocks of a good life – education, income and health – we believe we can inspire hope and create opportunities for a better tomorrow for all those living in Hays County.
 
To this end, the Board of Directors of United Way of...

On Tuesday, October 21 United Way of Hays County volunteers joined to read to pre-k students at Hernandez Elementary for the largest nationwide collective reading event of the year, Jumpstart's Read for the Record.

The Early Readers Become Leaders Book Funds Drive comes to a close with book deliveries to local pre-kindergarten classrooms.

San Marcos, TX –United Way of Hays County and other partners in SOAR (Seeking Opportunities, Achieving Results) teamed up to raise funds for the Early Readers Become Leaders Book Funds Drive, to give brand-new books to young students entering pre-kindergarten...

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