Non-profit Organizations

1904 North Llano Street

Fredericksburg, TX 78624

830-997-9756

The Hill Country Needs Council provides short term assistance to the county's most vulnerable by judicious and compassionate distribution of gifts and volunteer talents through coordination of local and direct service programs.

P.O. Box 291817

Kerrville, TX 78029

830-257-7088

The Hill Country Needs Council provides short term assistance to the county's most vulnerable by judicious and compassionate distribution of gifts and volunteer talents through coordination of local and direct service programs.

650 Double Horn Road

Fredericksburg, TX 78624

830-992-0373

Hill Country Historical Foundation, Inc.

Fredericksburg, TX 78624

830-992-5676

Historic preservation.

320 West San Antonio Street

Fredericksburg, TX 78624

830-997-0027

Hill Country Land Trust is a nonprofit organization that focuses on the protection and stewardship of land through the holding of conservation easements in partnership with private land owners. 

3775 Highway 27

Kerrville, TX 78028

830-257-6588

The Hill Country Master Gardeners (HCMG) is a service organization that helps the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension meet the horticultural needs of the community. In return for this service, Master Gardeners gain extensive knowledge and share the camaraderie of other gardeners. Any resident of Kerr, Gillespie, Bandera may become a Hill Country Master Gardener by attending the annual Master Gardeners Training Course typically conducted in February and March. Master Gardeners are available at the Kerr County AgriLife Extension office throughout the year to answer telephone inquiries related to gardening. There are gardening specialists available for home assessments and several me,bers are willing to speak to local organizations regarding a wide range of gardening topics.

103 Industrial Loop, Suite 800

Fredericksburg, TX 78624

830-992-3375

Honor Veterans Now (HVN) is a 501(c) (3) entity that provides funding for meals to qualified military veterans while preserving their dignity, respect and privacy. Meals are provided through local community Meals on Wheels or Senior Centers; and the veterans supported are not necessarily receiving retirement, disability, or other benefits, but they are young, middle-aged or older men and women who serviced our country and have a verified financial need. HVN's board and staff includes vets who find "it's an honor" to be a part of this noble program that is now working to expand throughout the state and nation.

 

P.O. Box 290303

Kerrville, TX 78028

830-895-7982

The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan voting and public policy information organization, encouraging informed and active participation in government and influencing public policy through education and advocacy. 

107 South Milam

Fredericksburg, TX 78624

830-456-8840

Women's educational resource center.

107 Industrial Loop

Fredericksburg, TX 78624

830-997-8696

New Horizons is a nonprofit organization providing individualized services to adults with developmental challenges. The program is sponsored by the ARC of Gillespie County with support from the local community and Hill Country Community MHMR. Some of the services are training in life skills, nursing, counseling, therapies, residential, case management, recreation, respite, and adaptive equipment. Services are provided at no charge to participants or their families in an accessible facility owned by the ARC.

 

2818 East US Hwy 290

Fredericksburg, TX 78624

The mission of Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Texas Tech University is to provide enjoyable and stimulating non-credit learning and cultural opportunities for its members. We are proud and happy to announce that we have expanded our program into the TTU Hill Country locations of Fredericksburgm Junction and Marble Falls, Texas. We are self-sustaining, supported through membership dues, class fees, an endowment from the Bernard Osher Foundation, donations and in-kind support from the Texas Tech Alumni Association and Texas Tech University. The Bernard Osher Foundation is committed to the goal of establishing a national network of lifelong learning institutes at universities across the country, and Texas Tech was among the first 70 institutions to receive funding for its program. The Osher network now consists of 119 member institutions with at least one institute in every state, four in Texas and several at Big 12 schools. 

Optimist Club of Fredericksburg

1410 East Main Street

Marble Falls, TX 78654

830-456-1182

The Optomist Club of Fredericksburg is a 501 C (4) organization and our goal is to bring out the best in kids. The Club provides scholarships for students, activities for participation including T-Ball, Punt, Pass and Kick, observe a Respect for the Law Day and much more. The Optomist Club is open to anyone in the community who wants to help our kids.

100 Block West Main Street 

Fredericksburg, TX 78624

830-997-4810

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Fredericksburg, Texas, celebrates its German heritage through Oktoberfest. Oompah at its best. German music, food and drink, arts and crafts, children's area and family fun. OKTOBERFEST is a colorful, festive celebration of Fredericksburg, Texas' German heritage. OKTOBERFEST has become an annual tradition around the world. OKTOBERFEST is a community event of family entertainment featuring two stages and two tents with continuous oompah music, art & crafts, Children's fun area ~ Kinder Park, a German Bier Tent, and Oktoberfest Vineyard area, plus delicious food and drink ... all weekend long!

 

Fredericksburg, TX 78624

830-990-1018

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The mission of PAWS - a non-profit animal welfare organization - is to reduce or end pet over-population by offering no or low cost spay and neuter services for cats and dogs in Gillespie County. We also provide public education on responsible pet ownership and run a Trap/Neuter/Return (T/N/R) program for feral cats.

 

Fredericksburg, TX 78624

830-660-2629

We are a non-profit organization dedicated to educational and advocacy efforts to help protect this area from the negative impacts that would result from industrial wind and related transmission infrastructure development.

212 West San Antonio Street

Fredericksburg, TX 78624

830-456-1999

St Joseph’s Historic Halle, Located Just off mainstreet is available for functions of many kinds. Built in 1899 it’s Acoustics and Austere Charm is perfect for a gathering of any size from 20 to 200. Equipped with a catering kitchen, Air Conditioning, and Stage it has hosted events ranging from Fine Art Show’s, Craft Fairs, Concert’s, Dance Recitals, and Celebrations of All Kinds. Table and Chairs provided with your Rental. For Rental Information Contact Darin Holmes @ darinholmesdds@me.com or 456-1999 or Visit our Rental calendar at: http://www.stjosephssociety.org/Calendar/calendar.htm

Texas Exes Fredericksburg Chapter

Fredericksburg, TX 78624

830-992-9044

Networking UT Alumni with each other and the Chapter. Fundraising to award scholarships to local High School Seniors that have been accepted to the University of Texas. Proud sponsor of the Longhorn Picnic & Barbeque, a scholarship fundraiser and a social event of the local Chapter of the Texas Exes. It is open to all alumni and any friend of UT Austin!

Texas Farm Bureau Insurance

Fredericksburg

237 Equestrian Drive

Fredericksburg, TX 78624

830-997-4396

Gillespie County Farm Bureau strives to be the leading voice for agriculture and rural issues. Our mission is to successfully advance the public policy interests of farmers, ranchers and rural citizens in our county while providing superior member benefits and services.

2981 South Highway 16

Fredericksburg, TX 78624

830-990-9085

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The Hill Country SPCA is the only non-profit, no-kill animal shelter providing services to the Texas Hill Country. Our funding comes strictly from donations, grants, and fundraising events. We are not supported by tax dollars. Because every single animal has value, the Hill Country SPCA is dedicated to: Preventing cruelty and neglect of domesticated animals in the Texas Hill Country; Reducing the number of homeless and unwanted companion animals; Eliminating euthanasia of unwanted animals; Fostering responsible pet ownership; Providing shelter and placement services for homeless and unwanted animals. The Hill Country SPCA was chartered as a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization in the state of Texas in October, 1997.

 

P.O. Box 295071

Kerrville, TX 78029

830-792-9197

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Our mission is to increase awareness of the amazing benefits of organ and tissue donation through education. This will then multiply the number of individuals registered to give the ultimate gift, donating their organs and tissues to save multiple lives. Donors give the gift of hope...hope for thousands of individuals and their families who are awaiting organ transplants and hope for the individuals whose lives could be enhanced through tissue transplants.

534 FM 2093 #13

Fredericksburg, TX 78624

830-644-2545

In 1996, the city of Fredericksburg held a weeklong celebration commemorating its 150th birthday. As a part of that celebration, a quilt show was held. The show was put together by volunteers who had a love for quilts and quilting. During the course of planning and executing that show, it was evident that a number of women in Fredericksburg were interested in having a guild where quilters could meet on a regular basis. In September 1997, a group of volunteers from the 150th show helped to organize a guild with the first guild meeting being held in November 1997. At that meeting there were 42 women who signed up as charter members. The Guild was named in January 1998 and at the end of its first full year, the Vereins Quilt Guild of Fredericksburg had grown to 162 members who actively participate in all phases of guild activities.

 

Wolf Creek Camp

458 Wolf Way

Fredericksburg, TX 78624

720-980-4805

W.C.C. is an intensive 5-week summer academic-outdoor adventure program for diagnosed dyslexic kids-ages 7-16.

1800 North Llano

Fredericksburg, TX 78624

830-456-3697

Wounded Warriors at Nebo is a non profit, interdenominational ministry dedicated to offering gratitude and respite to wounded, injured,and their families.

P.O. Box 2286

Fredericksburg, TX 78624

830-889-1968

We are a non-profit organization dedicated to educational and advocacy efforts to help protect this area from the negative impacts that would result from industrial wind and related transmission infrastructure development.