CoServ Powers Community

CoServ is more than just an energy company. We are deeply embedded in the communities we serve. The impacts of the CoServ Charitable Foundation can be felt throughout our service territory. Our Academic Initiatives benefit students and teachers in your schools nearly every day. We're also a fixture at community events, host our own blood drive and our Employees volunteer in the community.

Supporting our communities matters to us because we belong to the communities we serve.

By the Numbers

January 1–December 31, 2023

126

CCF Grants Awarded

124

School Visits and Demos

130+

Community Events

$305,000

Funds awarded to education foundations

CCF

The CoServ Charitable Foundation (CCF) is an independent, nonprofit organization governed by its own Board of Directors. The foundation awards grants that meet basic human needs, promote community vitality and support education. Since it's founding in 2004, CCF has awarded nearly $18 million in grants.

Academic Initiatives

CoServ believes that there is no greater investment in a community’s future than supporting education. Through our academic initiatives, CoServ provides students, teachers and staff at schools in our communities with educational opportunities that otherwise wouldn’t be available.

Community Initiatives

CoServ Employees are a fixture in your communities. You'll see us in your schools, at your community events and volunteering to help make your community a better place. There is no substitute for being out in the community and our Employees demonstrate a heart to give back.

What We've Been Up To

We've rounded up all of CoServ's community-focused news from throughout our service territory.

CoServ mourns passing of longtime Board Director Virgil Berend

Virgil Berend’s Pilot Point Farm received electricity when he was 15 years old. He went to serve 27 years on the CoServ Board of Directors.

CCF grant lends support to new Denton homeless shelter and rehabilitation facility

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.

CoServ’s first-hand account of Hurricane Ian restoration

CoServ Employees restored power to 1,800 meters from two electric co-ops during their mutual aid trip to central and southern Florida.

Videos from the community

CoServ is always out and about in the communities we serve and you never know when our Community Engagement team might show up in your neighborhood.

First Responder of the RACE Celina Fire Department

This year, CoServ honored the Celina Fire Department as the First Responder of the Race at Texas Motor Speedway.

Teacher of the Month Rebecca Hanson

Hillwood Middle School science teacher Rebecca Hanson was honored as the Teacher of the Month at a FC Dallas game.

Community Spotlight Communities in Schools

The CoServ Charitable Foundation did a Community Spotlight presentation on Communities in Schools, which helps at-risk children stay in school and graduate.