City House recently was awarded a $10,000 grant from the CoServ Charitable Foundation, to be used directly towards the nonprofit’s programs and counseling for at-risk youth due to abuse, neglect or homelessness.
CoServ has been serving North Texas with utility service since 1937. Today, CoServ is commited to providing their employees with a stable work environment with learning and growth opportunities. Guided by CoServ’s Core Values—Respect, Accountability, Integrity, Service, Excellence and Safety— the people serve each other as they serve their members and customers.
“CoServ is an Electric Cooperative,” said Dan Mugg, area manager for CoServ. “A principle of Cooperatives is concern for our community – we live here, and work to see the community prosper. As a result, the CoServ Charitable Foundation was created to uplift community organizations that are doing just that. City House fills a crucial community need through its Transitional Living Program…its success provides huge benefits for all of North Texas.”
The CoServ Charitable Foundation was founded in 2004 from the company’s initiative to improve quality of life for community residents and the desire by CoServ employees to get involved. More than $6 million in grants have been distributed to 184 organizations in 54 communities. A majority of funding comes from CoServ members and customers, and from employee payroll donations and fundraisers.
City House would like to thank the CoServ Charitable Foundation, and all of its members, employees and customers who help contribute to many great causes in our community year-round.