A family member of a Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County employee has tested positive for COVID-19. This employee works in the Round Rock ReStore. Keeping in mind the safety of customers and staff, the Round Rock ReStore will not reopen as announced and will remain closed until cleaned and deemed safe to reopen.
We are still offering Personal Shopping Experiences at the Georgetown ReStore ONLY at this time. Click here to schedule a Georgetown ReStore appointment.
This Personal Shopping Experience is a by APPOINTMENT ONLY 30-minute session.
1. Wear a mask
2. Complete transaction within the allotted time.
3. Be able to take purchased items in the same day (no 3-day holds).
4) Credit Cards ONLY (no cash is being accepted at this time)
Questions: 512-863-4344. Only those with scheduled appointments will be permitted to enter the ReStore.
We are taking extra precautions for your safely and the safety of our staff with the below measures in place:
1. Staff wears protective face coverings.
2. High-touch items are being cleaned regularly.
3. NO donations are being accepted at either location, until further notice.
3. Beginning Wednesday, April 22, only one customer at a time will be allowed at the GT ReStore. Customer must be wearing face covering.
4. Personal distance is being maintained between staff and customers.
5. Large or heavy items purchased are being placed under tent for buyers to load into their vehicles.
6. Restrooms in the ReStore will be for staff use only, until further notice.
May 5 Updates
Until Further Notice
- All programs
- Homeownership Program – no construction activities involving volunteers (individual or group)
- Home Repair Program – no construction activities involving volunteers or new client activities
- ReStore Program
- Personal Shopping Experience at the Georgetown ReStore ONLY & by APPOINTMENT ONLY
- No drop-off donations
- No donation pick-ups – including scheduling future pick-ups
- Administrative office
- only one staff member in the office at any time answering the phone/conducting business
- closed to the public
- all other program and administrative staff will work from home
Staff continue to work from their homes to:
- Plan a development in Georgetown for safe, decent and affordable homes for at least 8 more families
- Schedule licensed sub-contractors to complete home construction steps that our volunteers do not regularly do (only if these steps can be completed without exposing their workers to COVID-19 or other dangers)
- Identify the best way to assist our Habitat homeowners who may experience difficulty in paying their mortgage in the coming months
- Reschedule future homeowner education classes for the families most recently approved for the homeownership program
- Plan for the 2021 Hops for Houses Craft Beer Festival that will generate new home construction funding
Habitat Williamson County is still working to build strength, stability and self-reliance through safe & affordable housing. The way we interact with our homeowners and future homeowners, customers and volunteers is different at this time as we all address the need to be safe. But we will reunite as soon as possible!! . . . In the meantime . . .
There are many ways you can help Habitat Williamson County continue to help families today and into the future.
- Make a financial gift online today – Give Today
- Read Here how the CARES Act affects charitable giving
- Employer matching your contribution — Check Here to see if your employer provides matching funds
- Shop AmazonSmile — use the AmazonSmile platform when doing your online shopping and designate Habitat Williamson County, TX as your nonprofit. .5% of you purchases will benefit Habitat Williamson County.
- Donate your car, truck, boat RV, motorcycle) through the Cars for Homes portal
- Keep items you want to donate to the ReStore for now – drop-off hours and pick-up scheduling will resume as soon as possible
Stay connected to Habitat Williamson County
- Follow us on Facebook & Instagram
- Check this page for weekly updates pertaining to COVID-19, changes to services, operations, ways to help and general organization info that is changing due to COVID-19.
Again, thank you for what you do to support Habitat Williamson County. And thank you for allowing us to care for our staff and volunteers during these challenging times.