nonprofit grant program
Travis County has announced TCTX Serve, the county’s grant program providing funding to eligible nonprofit social service agencies affected by COVID-19.
Social service nonprofits that are headquartered in Travis County can apply for up to $50,000 of emergency relief grants funds to be used to maintain social services to Travis County residents, continue organizational operations, and protect public health. Applications are open through Oct. 16.
To determine eligibility or for more information, visit traviscountyserve.com to review program guidelines and complete an application.
Williamson County EMS announced it will offer several in-person classes this October.
Participants can take the free combined Take10 CPR Class and Stop the Bleed classes from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Williamson County EMS North Campus, 3189 SE Inner Loop, to learn the life-saving skills. To register for this class, email [email protected]
American Heart Association CPR and first aid classes will be offered Oct. 24 at the same site. The HeartSaver first aid class, $30, will be from 8 a.m. to noon. The HeartSaver CPR AED class, $35, will be from 1 to 5:30 p.m. Enroll in both classes for $45.
Williamson County EMS is offering the American Heart Association BLS Provider class from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Oct. 24 at the Williamson County EMS North Campus. The class is primarily directed to those working in or those that wish to work in the health care profession. The cost is $39.
To register for the first aid, CPR or BLS Provider classes, visit bit.ly/34EJqNv. Enter Georgetown, TX for the location, then enter the class date for start and ending time.
For more information: [email protected]; 512-943-3736.
WWII VETERANS’ BIRTHDAYS
We print birthdays for World War II veterans from Central Texas on Sundays. Email the name, birth date and current hometown to [email protected]