Three North Texas nonprofits are working to break the vicious cycle of abuse and neglect, and your donations to CCF are helping them.
State and federal agencies have assembled a wealth of resources for those affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. The unprecedented shelter-in-place orders have disrupted businesses, caused thousands of layoffs and furloughs while also damaging livelihoods and the overall U.S. economy.
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Saving the day is part of the job description for CoServ linemen. But one CoServ linemen took it to another level one night last year.
As CoServ Electric Members self-quarantine in their homes in an effort to contain the COVID-19 outbreak, they could see another unwelcome surprise in the next few weeks: Higher utility bills. SmartHub is the new online and mobile account experience CoServ launched in January, and it can help you avoid "sticker shock" on your next bill.
Be on the lookout for emails that appear to be from organizations such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization and other official sources often quoted about the coronavirus.
CoServ was named the Partner of the Year by the Valley View Chamber of Commerce Friday, another testament to the dedication we have for the communities we serve.
Every year, thousands of people turn to Hope's Door New Beginning Center after they escape domestic violence. The Plano nonprofit answered 5,281 crisis phone calls in a 12-month period that helped more than 500 adults and children. The organization placed more than 200 people in transitional housing and provided 22,000 hours of counseling services.
Four CoServ Employees spent a recent Saturday building a wheelchair ramp for a CoServ Electric Member in Sanger as part of the Texas Ramp Project.
CoServ Member Jennifer Meinel is a proud and passionate owner of a red Tesla Model 3. The Texas transplant’s love affair with the all-electric Tesla started in 2012 when she caught her first glimpse of a Tesla Model S.