We Volunteer Our Time and Talents

This is a cornerstone of our mission. If your organization needs help, please contact us.

We may not be able to fill every need, but we will always try.  

           Typically our members will volunteer more than 4,000 hours each year to non-profit organizations within the Highland Lakes area.

This volunteer service might be as a "worker bee" or serving on an Executive Board of an organization. Just a few examples of organizations where we have volunteered time and provided funds during the League year from September 2022-June 2023.

From the Marble Falls Helping Center:

We are just thrilled with these customized Helping Center carts that the HIGHLAND LAKES SERVICE LEAGUE created for our seniors who live in the next-door apartments. They are already super popular!! We just love them!! Thank you so much!!


We were excited to partner with our local Meals on Wheels during their annual fundraiser "Sip and Shop". Our members served as greeters and models. Thanks to all who worked hard to make this event a success.



Happy to fulfill a request from Sleep in Heavenly Peace for bedding sets. Jeff Matera and Leo Boutte received 20 sets presented by the Executive Board (L-R) DJ Yows, Maureen Collier, Merrill Laurentz, Pam Parsons, Kathy Stahl and Brenda Eubank. Another example of our Community Giving program thanks to our successful Chuck Wagon Chow Down in January 2023.

Members were so busy reorganizing the clothes closet at Camp of the Hills they forgot to take a picture! Kudos to Ruby Counts, Deby Mason, Suzanne Rankins, Linda Keaton, Patricia Lee, Beth Childers, Carolyn Richmond, and Linda Brase for a job well done.

Continued service in the community! (L-R)Karen McCurley, Helen Dillon, Pam Parsons, Brenda Eubank and Kathy Savage help assemble weekend food packs at St. Peter's Blessings.

The Highland Lakes Family Crisis Center received a kitchen refresh from these HLSL members. (L-R) Linda Brase, Cynthia Nelson, Jo Walker, Cheryl Webb, Merrill Laurentz, Linda Keeton, Suzanne Rankins, Maureen Collier.

HLSL Members provided snacks for the Highland Lakes Crisis Network/s summer snack drive.

Another community project celebrating National Volunteer Month.  Members assisted Camp Agape by preparing materials for their summer camp.  Alaina Sevells (Camp Director) with HLSL members (L-R) Brenda Eubank, Shelley Brasher, Micha Osloond, Chloe Allen, Darleen Hargett, and Staci Langley.


HLSL members along with many other community members helped Santa wrap gifts for little ones at the Highland Lakes Crisis Network.


The TMOM Dental Clinic was a great success. HLSL provided a hospitality team that served both patients and volunteers. The event contributed over $600,000 in services and helped 540 patients with a volunteer force of over 400!