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2022 year in review

2022 year in review

This year, CoServ celebrated its 85th anniversary so we are taking a look back at the record-breaking growth, milestones and the many ways we are powering community.

CoServ Charitable Foundation awards record $268k in grants for utility assistance

CoServ Charitable Foundation awards record $268k in grants for utility assistance

This is the most significant contribution CCF has ever explicitly made for utility assistance, a reflection of the increased energy costs that CoServ had to pass on, particularly over the summer months.

CCF Clay Shoot raises $38,250 for grants outside CoServ's service area

CCF Clay Shoot raises $38,250 for grants outside CoServ's service area

On Sept. 30, 165 shooters participated in the fourth annual CCF Clay Shoot event at the Fossil Pointe Sporting Grounds in Decatur, raising $38,250 for CCF. The players were divided into 41 teams. This was the first event since 2019.

Refresh Frisco will distribute record number of hygiene packs

Refresh Frisco will distribute record number of hygiene packs

A CoServ Charitable Foundation grant allowed Refresh Frisco to buy bulk packages of shampoo, soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorant, lotion, sunscreen, shaving cream and conditioner.

CoServ responds to AC emergency amid 100-degree temperatures

CoServ responds to AC emergency amid 100-degree temperatures

“CoServ has been an invaluable partner for so many years,” said Brian White, Development Director at Frisco Family Services. “CoServ is so committed to the community and helping us provide assistance to those in crisis.”

Change is not only possible but within reach

CoServ Charitable Foundation grant helps Grace to Change fund scholarships

Change is not only possible but within reach

Grace To Change not only helps individuals who are struggling with addiction but the greater community as well. The effects of one person’s substance abuse are felt by entire families and can be expensive to the community. With the guidance of a program like Grace To Change, individuals are less likely to have repeat offenses or relapses.

First Refuge plants community garden in Sanger

CoServ Charitable Foundation grant buys a tractor to work the land

First Refuge plants community garden in Sanger

The fight against food insecurity has never been more important as First Refuge feeds an estimated 500 families a week at nine different locations.

CCF grant helps more people stay in the saddle at Victory Therapy in Roanoke

CCF grant helps more people stay in the saddle at Victory Therapy in Roanoke

Victory Therapy is an equestrian therapy center in Roanoke that works with riders of all ages and physical disabilities. Over the last two years, its weekly ridership has increased by 267 percent. With a mission to care for the physical, mental, and emotional needs of children, veterans, first responders, and their families, Victory applied for a grant from the CoServ Charitable Foundation, helping fund scholarships for 10 families. 

Nothing is impossible at Adaptive Training Foundation

Nothing is impossible at Adaptive Training Foundation

The CoServ Charitable Foundation awarded a $30,000 grant to the organization last year that will help sponsor athletes. The grant came from CCF’s Unrestricted Fund, which is funded by CoServ Employee payroll deductions and events like the CCF Golf Tournament.

Change is not only possible but within reach

How one North Texas nonprofit is helping people struggling with addiction get back on their feet

Change is not only possible but within reach

Grace To Change, an outpatient nonprofit treatment center in McKinney, opened its doors in 2011 to begin helping people struggling with substance abuse issues. In the decade since, it has seen close to 1,000 clients, graduating 950 of them along the way. People can and do change, given the proper guidance and support. Grace To Change's Founder and Executive Director Shannon White is living proof of that. 

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