Donation to AMEN Food Pantry

The CVC Employee Charity Committee donated $500 to the AMEN Food Pantry in the third quarter of 2022. Due to changes in the grocery industry, donations from grocery stores have declined recently. This has forced  AMEN to rely more on monetary donations to purchase food for the pantry, and the employees of Colorado Valley are pleased to make this donation. The Colorado Valley Employee Charity Fund consists of voluntary payroll contributions used solely to support local charities. Pictured below is CVC employee Kenn Kasparek, Garry Schellberg with the AMEN Food Pantry and CVC employee Megan Wells.

Donation to Hospice Brazos Valley

The CVC Employee Charity Committee agreed to donate $750 to Hospice Brazos Valley in 2Q 2022. Hospice Brazos Valley is a non-profit hospice provider serving 17 central Texas counties, and provides hospice care that honors their mission of compassion, accountability, respect and excellence. Pictured below is CVC employee Daniela Zavala, Lisa McNair, CEO/President of Hospice Brazos Valley and CVC employee Angela Taylor.

Donation to the Texas Ramp Project

In March 2022, the CVC Employee Charity Committee agreed to donate $750 to the Texas Ramp Project. The Texas Ramp Project is a non-profit organization in Fayette County that provides wheelchair ramps for low-income older adults and people with disabilities identified by local health care providers, social workers, or clergy. Wheelchair ramps are built exclusively with volunteer labor and are provided without regard to race, religion, ethnicity, age, or gender. To learn about the Texas Ramp Project visit their website: texasramps.org. Pictured below is CVC employee Megan Wells, J. Frank Smith with the Texas Ramp Project and CVC employee Kenn Kasparek.

Donation to AMEN Food Pantry

In December 2021, the Colorado Valley Employee Charity Committee agreed to donate $750 to the AMEN Food Pantry. The Colorado Valley Employee Charity Fund consists of voluntary payroll contributions used solely to support local charities. Pictured below is CVC employee Laurie Prihoda, Garry Schellberg and W.O. Wood with AMEN, and CVC employee Kathy Norwood.

Donation to Combined Community Action

For the third quarter 2021 donation, the Colorado Valley Employee Charity Committee donated $750 to Combined Community Action. The mission statement of Combined Community Action is to assist low-income people in becoming independent and self-sufficient and helping improve their quality of life by transitioning them out of poverty through innovative programming and strong community partnerships. Picture below are, left to right, CVC employee Megan Wells, Executive Director of Combined Community Action Kelly Franke, and CVC employee Angela Taylor.

Donation to CASA of Bastrop, Fayette & Lee Counties

CASA of Bastrop Fayette & Lee Counties received a $1,000 donation made by the employees of Colorado Valley Communications on May 12, 2021. The donation was made to specifically help Fayette County children.  CASA has seen an increased need for financial and volunteer assistance due to the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing issues.  The donation was made through the Colorado Valley Charity Fund, which is made up of voluntary payroll contributions used solely to support local charities.  Kristi Glasper, executive director for CASA of Bastrop, Fayette & Lee County accepted the donation from Kathy Norwood and David Jones, representatives from the Colorado Valley Communications Charity Committee.  If you would like to find out more about becoming a CASA volunteer or other ways to get involved, visit www.casabfl.org or call Kristi at 512-303-2272.

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Donation to Texas Ramp Project

In January 2021, the CVC Employee Charity Committee agreed to donate $750 to the Texas Ramp Project. The Texas Ramp Project is a non-profit organization in Fayette County that provides wheelchair ramps for low-income older adults and people with disabilities identified by local health care providers, social workers, or clergy. Wheelchair ramps are built exclusively with volunteer labor and are provided without regard to race, religion, ethnicity, age, or gender. To learn about the Texas Ramp Project visit their website: texasramps.org. Pictured below is CVC employee, Kathy Norwood, and J. Frank Smith with the Texas Ramp Project.

 

Donation to Hospice Brazos Valley

The CVC Employee Charity Committee agreed to donate $750 to Hospice Brazos Valley in 2Q 2022. Hospice Brazos Valley is a non-profit hospice provider serving 17 central Texas counties, and provides hospice care that honors their mission of compassion, accountability, respect and excellence. Pictured below is CVC employee Daniela Zavala, Lisa McNair, CEO/President of Hospice Brazos Valley and CVC employee Angela Taylor.

Donation to the Texas Ramp Project

In March 2022, the CVC Employee Charity Committee agreed to donate $750 to the Texas Ramp Project. The Texas Ramp Project is a non-profit organization in Fayette County that provides wheelchair ramps for low-income older adults and people with disabilities identified by local health care providers, social workers, or clergy. Wheelchair ramps are built exclusively with volunteer labor and are provided without regard to race, religion, ethnicity, age, or gender. To learn about the Texas Ramp Project visit their website: texasramps.org. Pictured below is CVC employee Megan Wells, J. Frank Smith with the Texas Ramp Project and CVC employee Kenn Kasparek.

Donation to AMEN Food Pantry

In December 2021, the Colorado Valley Employee Charity Committee agreed to donate $750 to the AMEN Food Pantry. The Colorado Valley Employee Charity Fund consists of voluntary payroll contributions used solely to support local charities. Pictured below is CVC employee Laurie Prihoda, Garry Schellberg and W.O. Wood with AMEN, and CVC employee Kathy Norwood.

Donation to Combined Community Action

For the third quarter 2021 donation, the Colorado Valley Employee Charity Committee donated $750 to Combined Community Action. The mission statement of Combined Community Action is to assist low-income people in becoming independent and self-sufficient and helping improve their quality of life by transitioning them out of poverty through innovative programming and strong community partnerships. Picture below are, left to right, CVC employee Megan Wells, Executive Director of Combined Community Action Kelly Franke, and CVC employee Angela Taylor.

Donation to CASA of Bastrop, Fayette & Lee Counties

CASA of Bastrop Fayette & Lee Counties received a $1,000 donation made by the employees of Colorado Valley Communications on May 12, 2021. The donation was made to specifically help Fayette County children.  CASA has seen an increased need for financial and volunteer assistance due to the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing issues.  The donation was made through the Colorado Valley Charity Fund, which is made up of voluntary payroll contributions used solely to support local charities.  Kristi Glasper, executive director for CASA of Bastrop, Fayette & Lee County accepted the donation from Kathy Norwood and David Jones, representatives from the Colorado Valley Communications Charity Committee.  If you would like to find out more about becoming a CASA volunteer or other ways to get involved, visit www.casabfl.org or call Kristi at 512-303-2272.

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Donation to Texas Ramp Project

In January 2021, the CVC Employee Charity Committee agreed to donate $750 to the Texas Ramp Project. The Texas Ramp Project is a non-profit organization in Fayette County that provides wheelchair ramps for low-income older adults and people with disabilities identified by local health care providers, social workers, or clergy. Wheelchair ramps are built exclusively with volunteer labor and are provided without regard to race, religion, ethnicity, age, or gender. To learn about the Texas Ramp Project visit their website: texasramps.org. Pictured below is CVC employee, Kathy Norwood, and J. Frank Smith with the Texas Ramp Project.