AFCC awarded $50,000 grant



LEON ZABAVA | PLEASANTON EXPRESS AFCC Advocates: Back row, from left, Shawnene Edmondson, Chelsea Martinez, Adrianne Mendez. Front row, Cindy Rodriguez, Donna Fisher, Imelda Gomez, and Stephanie Martinez. Missing from photo is Lisa Krejci.

LEON ZABAVA | PLEASANTON EXPRESS AFCC Advocates: Back row, from left, Shawnene Edmondson, Chelsea Martinez, Adrianne Mendez. Front row, Cindy Rodriguez, Donna Fisher, Imelda Gomez, and Stephanie Martinez. Missing from photo is Lisa Krejci.

Baptist Health Foundation has awarded a $50,000.00 grant to the Atascosa Family Crisis Center, Inc. This Foundation grant will allow AFCC to provide ‘residential services’ that are not covered by any other funding source. Currently their grants through Health & Human Service Commission and The Office of the Governor provide services for their Non-Residential clients. With the help of The Baptist Health Foundation they will be able to offer these same services and more to their residents. Thank you BHF for the amazing support.


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