CoServ Charitable Foundation (CCF)
The CoServ Charitable Foundation has awarded grants totaling $130,000 to Community Lifeline Center for utility assistance.
Over the last two years, Victory Therapy has seen the number of weekly riders increase 267 percent. Considering the immense stress of the times, that might not necessarily be shocking, but it is impressive.
City representatives were on hand for the ribbon cutting ceremony at Our Daily Bread’s new 34,000-square-foot facility in Denton. The CoServ Charitable Foundation, among other private donors, contributed to the new facility’s setup through an Operation Roundup grant.
In 2022, CoServ celebrated its 85th anniversary so we are taking a look back at the record-breaking growth, milestones.
CoServ Charitable Foundation contributes record funds to North Texas social service agencies to assist with utility statements.
CoServ honored the life of former District 3 Board Member and Chairman Clyde Geer, who passed away August 30. He served for 22 years.
CoServ Charitable Foundation awarded a grant to Refresh Frisco help the nonprofit purchase hygiene items for students.
CoServ awarded seven $5,000 scholarships to seniors from different high schools across our service territory this year. CoServ coordinated with parents, teachers and administrators to surprise the students in the classroom and at their jobs.
“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.”
A COMMON AND DISMISSIVE STATEMENT in our society is that people never change, but nothing could be further from the truth.