H-E-B grants $5K to CCSCT to help vulnerable communities during COVID-19 response

CCSCT, H-E-B partnership will provide relief to seniors, children, low-income families


H-E-B, Pleasanton, #411, Top Store Leader, Aubrey Olle Smith is pictured with Pleasanton Mayor Travis Hall, Police Chief Ronald Sanchez, Fire Chief Chuck Garris, Detective Johnny Haren, City Manager Johnny Huizar and Detective Phillip Glass at the Emergency Office Center (EOC) in Pleasanton. H-E-B recognizes that across the state there are many local nonprofits on the front lines working hard to help the communities they serve, and has pledged $1 million in financial support as part of their “My Community Investment” program to nonprofit partners who are providing vital services during this time. H-E-B recently donated $1,000 to the EOC to help feed the elderly and families in need of groceries in Pleasanton. If you have questions about COVID-19, please feel free to call the Pleasanton Emergency Management Office at 830-569-2813 or email them at pleasantoneoc@pleasantontx.gov

H-E-B, Pleasanton, #411, Top Store Leader, Aubrey Olle Smith is pictured with Pleasanton Mayor Travis Hall, Police Chief Ronald Sanchez, Fire Chief Chuck Garris, Detective Johnny Haren, City Manager Johnny Huizar and Detective Phillip Glass at the Emergency Office Center (EOC) in Pleasanton. H-E-B recognizes that across the state there are many local nonprofits on the front lines working hard to help the communities they serve, and has pledged $1 million in financial support as part of their “My Community Investment” program to nonprofit partners who are providing vital services during this time. H-E-B recently donated $1,000 to the EOC to help feed the elderly and families in need of groceries in Pleasanton. If you have questions about COVID-19, please feel free to call the Pleasanton Emergency Management Office at 830-569-2813 or email them at pleasantoneoc@pleasantontx.gov

H-E-B recognizes that across the state there are many local nonprofits on the front lines working hard to help the communities they serve, and has pledged $1 million in financial support to nonprofit partners who are providing vital services during this time. Thousands of families throughout Community Council of South Central Texas’ 23 county service area rely on utility, rental and weatherization assistance to make ends meet.

CCSCT has been granted $5,000 from H-E-B as part of their “My Community Investment” program, to provide vital services to the most vulnerable populations during the COVID-19 response.

CCSCT is prepared to see an increase in applications for assistance as families and individuals are facing new challenges and adjustments as a result of COVID-19, and H-E-B’s contribution will help to facilitate those growing needs. “On behalf of the CCSCT Board of Directors and staff I want to express our appreciation to H-E-B for their commitment to support local communities during this crisis,” states Executive Director Bobby Deike, “… many vulnerable families who struggle in normal times are greatly affected. We also need to acknowledge that many new families have lost their household income as a result of COVID-19 and will need support from community services for the first time. H-E-B’s generosity will assist CCSCT in meeting the needs of these families during the challenges ahead.”

For over 115 years, H-E-B has contributed to worthy causes throughout Texas and Mexico. H-E-B is committed, now more than ever, to supporting local nonprofits on the front lines, working hard to help our communities thrive.

CCSCT is a non-profit community action agency that empowers vulnerable families and individuals in the greater South Central Texas area to achieve self-sufficiency by eliminating barriers through innovative programs and strong community partnerships.

Counties serviced include; Atascosa, Bandera, Comal, Dimmit, Edwards, Frio, Gillespie, Guadalupe, Karnes, Kendall, Kerr, Kinney, La- Salle, Live Oak, Maverick, McMullen, Medina, Real, Uvalde, Val Verde, Wilson, and Zavala. For more information or to make a donation, visit www.ccsct.org or follow us at facebook.com/ccsctinc.

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