We help our under-served neighbors acquire safe, healthy housing and improve life skills.
It's hard to believe but in the Dripping Springs zip code -- 78620 -- over 25% of our kids live below the poverty level. We have families in need right here in our backyard. Hometown Missions believes safe, healthy housing is a basic need and the launching point for education and success.
Years Serving our community
From demolishing to securing new homes to renovating, from replacing floors to fixing leaky roofs, we’ve done a full range of activities to ensure our neighbors live in safe, healthy housing.
And we do it through local volunteers in our community.
We are a board of six- Chuck Lemmond, Antoinette Andrews, Patsy Ward, Robin Robinson, Lynn Osler, David Edwards.
If it weren't for this custom home builder and owner of Bear Creek Homes, Hometown Missions would have never been formed. Chuck found our first client, Rocio, and has been instrumental in our project management and overall leadership. Ask him about his El Camino (or any car for that matter).
Antoinette and her son Giles worked on numerous Hometown Mission projects. We just couldn't get enough of her common sense, her get-it-done attitude, and her infectious generosity. As one of our newest board members, Antoinette is charged with rallying our volunteers. Can you say "perfect for the job?"
As a refugee from corporate America, Robin brings her marketing, sales, and business experience to coordinating projects, website and social media marketing, and outreach. She's either building houses with Chuck, or she's in her woodworking studio making dollhouses.
With 30+ years in child abuse protection and intervention, Patsy brings invaluable experience and level-headedness to help us assess a family's needs and navigate through all types of situations. As one of the founding members, she's an integral part of serving our organization.
Extraordinary State Farm guru, Lynn has a heart the size of Texas. She brings her financial and business acumen to Hometown Missions and is one of the original founders of the organization. On the weekends, you'll find her in her garden and talking to her four horses.
In Dripping Springs, who doesn't know Dave Edwards? Retired VP from Broadway Bank, Dave provides well-rounded, deep advice and guidance. He says he's not very handy, but he seems to make it to every workday. We think he's understating his skills so his wife won't be on to him.
Are you looking for a way to get involved, get engaged in your community? Donate your time and resources right here in Dripping Springs.
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We're a 501c3 so your contributions are tax deductible. And we have no paid staff so al your funds go toward helping your neighbors.