Fast Pitch allowed the community to experience the CTCF mission - to bridge donors to nonprofits with effective solutions to meet real community needs in Williamson County.
By allowing members of the community to learn about area nonprofits and specific projects or programs
By connecting local nonprofits to potentially new volunteers, donors, and supporters.
By providing resources to the community in the form of grant awards.
Round 1 (February 2017)
Arts & Culture nonprofits submitted written applications that were reviewed/scored by the CTCF Grants Committee.
Round 2 - Film Short/Video competition (September 2017)
The purpose of the 90-second video/film short was to articulate the mission of the nonprofit and highlight the impact of their programs on the community.
Round 3 - Public Arts Showcase event (October 19, 2017)
Band of the Hills began the Arts Showcase with toe-tapping excerpts from Chicago, The Musical, and The Williamson Museum educated the audience through a traveling trunk show complete with characters dressed as a golden-cheeked warbler, a WWII WAC (Women's Army Corps), a cowgirl and a pioneer woman. A high school CHAMPS quartet performed on behalf of the Georgetown Festival of the Arts. Georgetown Art Works highlighted their many free exhibits and classes while displaying artwork from local artists, and the Georgetown Symphony Society reminded the audience that music is a "universal language" that "can last forever" and entertained the audience with a string quartet from Georgetown High School.