The Round Rock Serving Center is a Texas non-profit corporation who carries out a community-wide mission of churches, other organizations and individuals serving human needs in the City of Round Rock and surrounding areas.
Services provided include a food pantry, Round Rock Coats for Kids, clothing & furniture vouchers, Computers for Kids, community gardens, The Volunteer Center, adult computer classes in English & Spanish, a charity thrift store, and financial assistance for utilities, rent, prescriptions, transportation, and temporary lodging.
“Treasures Charity Resale Shop & Boutique” is a clothing and furniture thrift store that is open to the public. Clients shop with vouchers for clothing and furniture. Revenue from sales supports the food pantry and social service programs. Donations of clothing, books, furniture, and appliances are needed! For furniture pick up, call 244-2431.
In 2015, the Serving Center assisted a total of 48,491 under-privileged, low-income people and families-in-crisis from 12,385 households with food and financial assistance. The food pantry filled 11,380 food vouchers, and 6,666 households were served from Fresh Food for Families. A total of $948,388 was spent on client services, and $140,731 was given in clothing and furniture vouchers.
How You Can Help
Find your passion and get engaged today! Individual Volunteer Application Form
• Donate food to the food pantry
• Make a monetary donation
• Donate paper or plastic grocery bags
• Donate computers to the Computers for Kids project
• Donate gently used coats to the Coats for Kids project. Coats are accepted all year.
• Donate clothing, furniture, books, appliances, and household goods
• Distribute food at Fresh Food for Families
• Join the Thankful Thousand
• Join the Legacy Society
The Serving Center is primarily staffed by volunteers. Volunteers are needed for the following tasks: Phone Receptionists, Client Receptionists, Casework Interviewers, Pantry Volunteers, Cashiers, Gardeners, and Merchandise Sorters. Volunteers are also needed to sort food donations, pick up food donations, tend gardens, restock food pantry shelves, drive the truck, pick up furniture, unload trucks, teach computer classes, refurbish computers, and data entry.
• Attend New Volunteer Orientation
o 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month
o 4 p.m.
o 2nd Floor Conference Room