Additional Community Support

Dripping Springs Senior Link and The Friends Foundation. Our Mission: “Dripping Springs Senior Link™ exists for the purpose of uniting the aging population of adults and their families with a caring community of local service agencies helping to foster an independent lifestyle while establishing and maintaining an admirable quality of life for all seniors.” Dripping Springs Senior Link ( is our way of providing you with names of other organizations within our community who may be able to help with your needs.

Please contact us if you are a 501(c)(3) organization serving the elderly in the greater Dripping Springs area and would like your information and a link to your website listed on this page.

Formally Known as Drive a Senior – Free Transportation for Non-Driving Seniors
Individual Rides
Volunteer drivers provide rides for adults 60 and over for medical appointments, grocery shopping and other necessary errands.  Service is available 7 days a week and requests can be one-way or round trip.
Community Rides
Weekly scheduled community rides are provided by our driving staff for adults 60 and over to area grocery stores, fitness and wellness classes and other planned outings.

Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Please direct anyone in our community in need to the Church Office phone 512-859-3740 so that together we can reach out to better serve our brothers and sisters in Christ.   We serve 50-60 families each week.  Our needy families would love any fresh produce and eggs if you are able to give to the food pantry call us at   512-859-3740 to arrange delivery.   Weekly, the Society of SVdP assists families with your donations towards rent and utilities.  All of this is possible with your love. SVDP Food Pantry: The Sister Yvonne Feeney, O.P. Food Pantry is open in the Parish Hall between 9:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Monday mornings and 6:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Monday evenings. The Hall is behind the church, one block down Post Oak Road. Over one hundred families per month visit the pantry and receive canned goods, meats, breads, pastries, potatoes, eggs, and frozen fruits. The food primarily comes from the Austin Capital Area Food Bank.