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|In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, CoServ implemented several measures designed to protect the health of Employees, ensure that our Members and Customers continue to have uninterrupted electricity and natural gas service, and assist our neighbors who are suffering financial hardships.
➡️ In 2020, the CoServ Charitable Foundation (CCF) designated $427,000 in Operation Roundup funds to our social service agency partners through the CCF COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund. ( CoServ continues to accept one-time tax-deductible donations from Members and Customers who would like to help their CoServ neighbors. Log in to your SmartHub account for details or visit CoServ.com/Donate.)
➡️ CoServ offers payment arrangements and due-date extensions that provide Members and Customers the time they need to initiate the application process and receive assistance.
➡️ Since March 2020, more than 90 percent of CoServ Employees have worked from remote locations.
Denton County launched phase 2 of the OPEN Grant program for businesses using $20 million in federal funds on June 22. Businesses in the county with less than 100 employees are eligible for up to $50,000, five times the award from the first phase. Phase 2 of the grants were funded by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. The deadline to apply is July 6.
For more information or to apply for a grant, click here.