Friday, October 9, 2015

Coins for Coats Drive, 2015-16

Round Rock High School raised over $1,100 during the recent 2015 Coins for Coats Drive.  

Coins for Coats is a fundraiser for the Round Rock Coats for Kids program - one of the many services that the Round Rock Area Serving Center offers the community. This program provides a coat to RRISD children enrolled in the federally funded free and reduced lunch program. Participants were able to contribute by donating via collection bins at the Dragon Library, football games, and second period classes.


For the classroom contest, the winner was…




Top 5 Runners-up…


A huge


The Round Rock Area Serving Center, which has been helping the community since 1986, is a charitable nonprofit social services agency that serves the Round Rock, Hutto, and Wells Branch areas.  Its services include a food pantry, Round Rock Coats for Kids, Community Gardens, Computers for Kids, adult computer skills training, and clothing & furniture vouchers as well as financial assistance toward rent, utilities, prescriptions, gasoline, transportation, and temporary lodging. The center is staffed primarily by volunteers and is supported by local churches, civic groups, businesses, the United Way of Williamson County, and the city of Round Rock.