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The CoServ Charitable Foundation awarded a $30,000 grant to the gym so more veterans and civilians can go through the life-changing program
Whether it’s rising out of a wheelchair to walk across the stage at graduation, holding a newborn daughter for the first time or walking your daughter down the aisle at her wedding, the personal trainers at the Adaptive Training Foundation do everything in their power to help their athlete reach their goal.
Stopping isn’t an option for any of the pantries or organizations that fight against food insecurity because thousands of North Texans are counting on them.
The CoServ Charitable Foundation has distributed more than $50,000 in grants to Restored Hope Ministries and Refuge for Women over the years that help survivors leave their old life behind. The money helps pay for doctor visits, rehabilitation, counseling, education and certification – whatever the women need to get back on their feet.
CoServ’s Community Engagement Team has provided thousands of meals for medical workers, first responders and volunteers at Texas Motor Speedway since the 16-lane drive-thru clinics started on February 2. And if there are leftovers, it is donated to another great cause.
A big reason why North Texas charities haven't had to turn anyone away is the CoServ Charitable Foundation’s COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund, which has made numerous contributions over the past year.
Metrocrest Services had a shot at a $100,000 matching grant but needed more donations before it could secure it. The CoServ Charitable Foundation presented them with a $15,000 grant that pushed the food pantry over the top and will help them feed thousands of North Texans.
CORINTH, Texas – January 19, 2021—In the first grant designations since the COVID-19 pandemic began, the CoServ Charitable Foundation (CCF) plans to distribute $392,849 to 21 North Texas nonprofits that provide basic human needs. CCF also has designated $100,000 to the CCF COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund, bringing the total allocated to that effort since April 2020 to more than a half-million dollars.
Fans will experience the movie Elf on December 18 at Texas Motor Speedway from the safety of their vehicles. The stay-in-your-car-only event will adhere to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended guidelines as well as all state and local health mandates.
At first glance, 2020 is a year most of us would like to forget. But challenging times test character and often bring out the best in people. These Top 10 stories of 2020 highlight CoServ’s giving spirit and commitment to the communities we serve, even though these challenging times.
Through payroll deductions and company fundraisers, CoServ Employees contribute to CoServ Charitable Foundation’s General Fund, which is making a real difference in people’s lives outside CoServ’s service territory.