3 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Home

New Year's Resolution

With the new year comes new beginnings. And while you may have all sorts of ideas for how you would like to start fresh this year, here are our top 3 suggestions for new year’s resolutions for your home. New Year’s Resolution #1: Clear the Clutter  Perhaps the best way to start the new year […]

HFHWC Volunteer Spotlight- Rebekah Aldrich

Volunteer Spotlight

This quarter’s Volunteer Spotlight features Rebekah Aldrich! Originally from southwest Virginia, Rebekah is the youngest of three sisters. She graduated from Virginia Tech with a dual major in Mathematics and Physics before marrying her husband in 2000 and then moving to Austin, Texas that same year. In 2013, she and her husband relocated to Georgetown, where […]

Welcome to A Future Habitat Homeowner- Danielle Ramirez

Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County welcomes Danielle Ramirez as one of our selected future Habitat Homeowners!    The oldest of two children, Danielle is an Austin native, Army veteran, and mother to a 2-year-old daughter, Nadia, and a 4-year-old son, Willie. After being stationed in several locations (including Colorado, California, and Afghanistan) she separated […]

Preparing Your Home For Fall Weather

preparing your home for fall weather

School has started back up and autumn is approaching fast! But is your home ready for the transition into cooler weather? Both your house and lawn will need a bit of TLC to get ready for the upcoming season. Here are our top recommendations for preparing your home for fall weather! Your Home’s Exterior One […]

From HFHWC Donor To Volunteer: Tony Tenaglia


It all started with a car donation. Tony Tenaglia, a local resident of Georgetown, TX, is an avid supporter of Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County (HFHWC) and initially started off his relationship with our affiliate as a car donor. Originally from Philadelphia, he attended Cornell University, where he majored in Food Service/Retail Management. In […]

HFHWC Quarterly Volunteer Spotlight- Stephen Polos

Quarterly Volunteer Spotlight

Our first Quarterly Volunteer Spotlight of our fiscal year is Stephen Polos! Born in Pleasanton, CA, as the middle child of five children, Stephen and his family moved to Georgetown, TX in Oct 2008. As a devoted member of the Texas Austin Service Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, assisting those […]

Shopping For A Cause- Check Out Our HFHWC ReStore!


The Georgetown ReStore is one of the primary ways in which our organization helps families build better futures. Opened in 2005, it is owned and operated by our affiliate, Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County (HFHWC). Check out what our ReStore is all about below! Faucets, Furniture, and Fixtures, Oh My! The HFHWC ReStore is our […]

Keep Your Lawn Healthy This Summer: Our Top 3 Tips!

Keep Your Lawn Healthy This Summer

In recent years, Central Texas summers have been bringing in triple digit temperatures and little rain. Combined with soil that is typically clay and limestone-based, landscapes can suffer greatly during this season. However, there’s hope! Here are our top 3 ways to keep your lawn healthy this summer. Water Deeply, But Less Often One common […]

Get Ready for the Heat! Prepping Your Home For Summer

Prepping Your Home For Summer

Summer in Central Texas can be brutal, with temperatures well into the triple digits. And as we move into June, it’s a smart idea to make sure your home is ready for the hot weather season. Here are our top recommended things to do for prepping your home for summer! Keep Things Cool One of […]

HFHWC Quarterly Volunteer Spotlight- Roy Capdeville

Volunteer Spotlight- Roy Capdeville

This quarter’s Volunteer Spotlight features Roy Capdeville who offers his services weekly at the HFHWC ReStore. While originally from New Orleans, Roy graduated from college in Chicago with a master’s degree in education. Shortly after, he was offered a job at a small school in Port Arthur, TX, where he met his wife, Roseann. In […]