Public Notice is noticing a lot of public service types getting into the holiday spirit. Events big and small are happening all over town, as are opportunities to give, give, give, and give some more.
Wish Lists 1999: Part 1Stewart Gallas from AIDS Services of Austin gave us the idea to run these Holiday Wish Lists for our area public service organizations a few years back. He has been instrumental in gathering data for them ever since.
Remember these groups (and the ones in next week's list) in your holiday generosity. Plus, don't forget: Tax time is coming!
Part two of this list will run next week.
AIDS Services of Austin406-6152
Austin Children's Museum201 Colorado, 472-2499
Austin Habitat for Humanity310 Comal, Ste. 100, 472-8788
Artists' Coalition of AustinThe ArtPlex, 1705 Guadalupe, 474-7799
ALLGO1715 E. Sixth, 472-2001
Blackland Neighborhood Center
2005 Salina, 472-6882
Brown Santa, Travis County Sheriff's OfficeCedar Park, 247-2682
Capital Area Food Bank8201 S. Congress, 282-2111
Casa Marianella821 Gunter, 385-5571
Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation611 S. Congress, #240, 478-4618
El Buen Samaritano1919 S. First, 441-7977
Faith Home4101 Wildwood, 302-4101
Harvest League Foundation6506 Burnet, 374-9393
HIV(+): Hope Behind BarsPO Box 5775, 491-8040
(faster than Pentium 133)
HIV Wellness Center4301 N I-35, 467-0088
Hospice Austin's Christopher House4107 Spicewood Springs Rd., 342-4700
Humane Society SPCA of Austin & Travis County124 W. Anderson, 837-7985
Interfaith Care Alliance7215 Cameron, 459-5883
Kids Exchange819 W. 11th, 472-3588
Lifeworks2525 Wallingwood, #600, 327-8018
Mary Lee Foundation Daybreak1339 Lamar Square Dr., 443-5777
PACE Project611 Carpenter, #201, 835-2343
Operation Blue Santa, Austin Police Department1901 E. 51st, 236-0384
Project Transitions Inc.7101-B Woodrow, 454-8646
YWCA1524 S. I-35, #315, 326-1222
Part Two will run next week.