As part of our mission to make a lasting, positive impact on Central Texas, American Constructors is excited to participate in another year of I Live Here | I Give Here’s Amplify Austin Day — one of the largest annual fundraisers in our regions. For 24 hours during March 6 and 7, people are encouraged to donate to local organizations that do incredible work in our community.

This year, we are supporting 15 local nonprofits that are making a difference in the Greater Austin area by providing critical education programs and resources to families and children.

Read more about the organizations below and join us in celebrating Amplify Austin Day by searching for your favorite non-profit and donating at


Open Door Preschools

Open Door Preschools offer free, high-quality early childhood education with a strong emphasis on diversity, equity, and inclusion. They seek to nurture and inspire young children of diverse abilities, circumstances, and backgrounds in a child-led, play-based environment.

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PelotonU is reshaping post-secondary education by helping post-traditional students earn college degrees in 9 to 36 months by offering flexible and affordable online courses and personalized career coaching. 

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The Settlement Home

The Settlement Home serves individuals who have experienced trauma, abuse, and neglect by providing 24-hour support and helping children in foster care access the resources they need to restore and preserve a permanent sense of well-being.

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Helping Hand Home for Children

Their mission is to provide a nurturing and therapeutic home for children to restore to a healthy family setting through enriching, educating, and empowering with loving care, professional treatment, and innovative services that heal. 

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Austin Kids Can!

This organization empowers Austin’s youth who are economically disadvantaged by providing access to high-quality afterschool programs that build emotional resilience, self-confidence, and a foundation for technology skills.

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BookSpring builds early literacy in children and families through healthcare, education, and the community. As a leading Central Texas organization for 45+ years, BookSpring is focused on building literacy skills and the motivation to read through home libraries and reading aloud.

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Con Mi Madre

Con Mi Madre focuses on helping young Latinas graduate high school, enroll in college, and successfully earn a college degree. They have been able to assist more than 3,000 mother-daughter teams in achieving post-secondary education.

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Foundation Communities

Foundation Communities provides affordable, quality homes and on-site support services for thousands of families, seniors, veterans, and individuals with disabilities. They also support financial stability and healthier lifestyles across 23 communities in Central and North Texas.

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Green Corn Project 

This is a volunteer-run organization dedicated to helping Central Texans in need grow their own organic vegetables. GCP installs organic food gardens for elderly, low-income, and disabled community members as well as for schools, community centers, and shelters.

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Our Shared Kitchen

Our Shared Kitchen increases access to nutritious food in Austin by delivering freshly-prepared meals to individuals to our unhoused and food insecure neighbors. By partnering with surplus food organizations, they can simultaneously source free ingredients and reduce food waste.

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Mothers' Milk Bank at Austin 

The Mothers' Milk Bank at Austin saves babies' lives by providing prescribed, pasteurized donor human milk to preterm and medically-fragile infants in need. They’ve created a network of healthy, lactating women to donate their extra breast milk to those who need it most.

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Jeremiah Program 

Jeremiah Program is a national organization with a mission to disrupt the cycle of poverty for single mothers and their children, two generations at a time by providing the necessary support for moms in pursuit of economic mobility.

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Big Medium

Since 2003, Big Medium has supported Austin-based artists and their careers through equitable and inclusive platforms. They create curated art experiences that bring artists and audiences together throughout the city and state that foster creativity and encourage experimentation.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas  

Big Brothers Big Sisters creates and supports mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth. Children ages 6 and above are matched with caring adults who serve as mentors, advocates, resources, and guides to help them succeed in life.

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Foster Village 

Foster Village brings dignity to the children and families, understanding the root causes of why a child ends up in the foster care system, facilitating relationships between foster families and biological families and replicating communities of support around the nation.

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