Donation to Combined Community Action – Meals on Wheels

This quarter, the CVC Employee Charity Committee elected to donate $1,000 to the Combined Community Action – Meals on Wheels.  The donation was made through the Colorado Valley Communications Charity Fund, which consists of voluntary payroll contributions used solely to support local charities.  Colorado Valley supports Combined Community Action’s mission to assist people to become independent and self-sufficient by transitioning people out of poverty and providing comprehensive programs that support families and individuals.  Due to the circumstances of COVID-19 we were unable to provide a photo for the donation.

Donation to AMEN Food Pantry

This quarter, the CVC Employee Charity Committee has elected to donate $1,000 to the AMEN Food Pantry in La Grange. The AMEN Food Pantry relies on volunteers and donations to provide food assistance for those in need. Right now, AMEN is in need of crackers, bread, and cereal. Donations can be taken directly to AMEN (805 Mode Ln, La Grange, TX 78945) or to the Fayette County Record office (127 S Washington St, La Grange, TX 78945). Due to the circumstances of COVID-19 we were unable to provide a photo for the donation. The CVC Charity Fund consists of voluntary payroll contributions used solely to support local charities.

Donation to Gardenia E. Janssen Animal Shelter

The Colorado Valley Communications Employee Charity Committee is happy to donate to the Gardenia E. Janssen Animal Shelter. The employees made a donation of $500 on February 26, 2020, and presented the check to Teresa Stanley-Brown, Director of the Animal Shelter. Ms. Stanley-Brown accepted the donation in honor of Carl Miller for his participation at CVCTX’s Christmas Party. The Colorado Valley Communications Charity Fund consists of voluntary payroll contributions used solely to support local charities.

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Teresa Stanley-Brown, Angela Taylor, Laurie Prihoda, Art Hernandez, Kathy Norwood, and Carl Miller

Combined Community Action Meals on Wheels

Combined Community Action was the recipient of a $750 donation made by the employees of Colorado Valley Communications on November 18, 2019. The donation was made through the Colorado Valley charity fund, which consists of voluntary payroll contributions use solely to support local charities. Combined Community Action’s Director, Kelly Franke, accepted the donation. Colorado Valley supports Combined Community Action’s mission to assist people to become independent and self-sufficient by transitioning people out of poverty and providing comprehensive programs that support families and individuals.

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Amber Sternadel, Landon Hatfield, Kelly Franke, Angela Taylor, and Derek Wied

Texas Ramp Project Donation

Texas Ramp Project was the recipient of a $750 donation made by the employees of Colorado Valley Communications on August 6, 2019. The donation was made through the Colorado Valley Communications Charity Fund, which consists of voluntary payroll contributions used solely to support local charities. William (Bill) Koenig, accepted the donation on behalf of Texas Ramp Project. Colorado Valley Communications supports Texas Ramp Project in their mission to create and support organizations that build wheelchair ramps for Texans who cannot afford them, freeing them from being homebound and allowing them to go into the community.

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Amber Sternadel, Landon Hatfield, Angela Taylor, Bill Koenig and Derek Wied

Turtle Wing Donation

Turtle Wing was the recipient of a $1,500 donation made by the employees of Colorado Valley Communications on March 19, 2019. The donation was made through the Colorado Valley Communications Charity Fund, which is made up of voluntary payroll contributions used solely to support local charities. Turtle Wing’s Managing Director, Susie Shank accepted the donation. Colorado Valley Communications supports Turtle Wing’s mission to help children with learning challenges in rural areas achieve their full potential.

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Landon Hatfield, Amber Sternadel, Angela Taylor, Derek Wied, Pat Zbranek-Zigal, Susie Shank, Darla Kubala, Kelly Allison, and Jeremy Burt

Donation to Fayette County Habitat for Humanity

Fayette County Habitat for Humanity was the recipient of a $500 donation made by the employees of Colorado Valley Communications on February 5, 2019. The donation was made through the Colorado Valley Communications Charity Fund, which consists of voluntary payroll contributions used solely to support local charities. Leonard Leffler, President of the Board of Directors at Fayette County Habitat for Humanity, accepted the donation in honor of Carl Miller for his participation at Colorado Valley’s Christmas party. Colorado Valley Communications supports Habitat for Humanity in their mission to bring people together to build homes, communities and hope.

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Amber Sternadel, Angela Taylor, Leonard Leffler, Derek Wied, Carl Miller, Jeremy Burt

Donation to Fayette County Deputy CJ Lehmann Benevolent Fund

The Colorado Valley Communications Employee Charity Committee is proud to back the blue and do what we can to support the Fayette County Deputy CJ Lehmann Benevolent Fund. Thanks to the employees of Colorado Valley Communications, we were able to donate to Fayette County Deputy CJ Lehmann, who was shot in the line of duty on 11/01/2018. Donations for Deputy CJ Lehmann may be made online through PayPal at paypal.me/FCSMBS or in person or by mail at the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office C/O FCSMBS, at 1646 N Jefferson St. La Grange, TX 78945. In the memo portion, please write “For CJ”.

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Mike Hensel, Angela Taylor, Robbie Hruska, Pat Zbranek-Zigal, Dustin Herzik

Combined Community Action Donation

On August 22, 2018, the employees of Colorado Valley Communications donated $750 to Combined Community Action. Their mission is to assist people to become independent and self-sufficient by transitioning people out of poverty and providing comprehensive programs that support families and individuals. The donation was made through the Colorado Valley Communications Charity Fund, which is made up of voluntary payroll contributions used solely to support local charities.

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Angela Taylor, Wes Werner, Kelly Franke- Executive Director, Robbie Hruska, Karen Gunkel, Pat Zbranek-Zigal