San Miguel Electric Cooperative Helps Those in Need
CHRISTINE, Texas [Sept. 29, 2021] – Children in need and the disabled are just a few of the San Miguel Electric Cooperative, Inc.’s (SMEC) most recent 2021 charitable recipients.
SMEC donated $1,000 to the Atascosa County Child Welfare Board to assist children who have been removed from their homes by Child Protective Services. The group helps with purchasing school supplies, shoes and clothing to assist temporary caretakers, who often are on a fixed income.
San Miguel Electric Cooperative, Inc., recently donated $1,000 to the Atascosa County Child Welfare Board, which assists children who have been removed from their homes by Child Protective Services. From left to right: Jessica Tom (Atascosa County Child Welfare Board president); Faith Miller, SMEC; Kathy Pavlovsky (Atascosa County Child Welfare Board treasurer); and Nichole Brauchle.
SMEC employees also volunteered to make their communities a better place. Recently, STEC employees joined together to build a ramp for a young disabled boy in Pearsall to help him have easier access to his home. The work was done in conjunction with the Texas Ramp Project.
San Miguel Electric Cooperative, Inc., employees built a ramp for a disabled child in Pearsall to allow him easier access to his home. SMEC employees include Kurt Loeffler, back row left, and Oscar Munoz, front row left.
“We care about the health and happiness of our neighbors,” said SMEC General Manager/CEO Nathan Brown. “Financial contributions, as well as the time and effort of our employees, are just a few of the ways in which SMEC works to make a difference to those in need.”
Details on the Cooperative’s Charitable Giving Program, including application information, can be found here.
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About San Miguel Electric Cooperative
San Miguel Electric Cooperative, Inc. is a member-owned mining and power generation company that serves the people of Texas' rural communities, working and living in partnership with its members. Through integrity, hard work and a commitment to safety, San Miguel maintains a dependable power supply at the lowest possible and competitive cost. Visit San Miguel Electric Cooperative for more information.