Community Seeds Seeks To Expand Services Into Hopkins County - Ksst Radio

Community Seeds Seeks To Expand Services Into Hopkins County

A faith based charity in Lone Oak, Community Seeds provides a wealth of services for many folks in and around Hunt County. They are always expanding their reach and services, and are trying to make their way into Hopkins County. Once again, they are hosting the Branded Ranch Rodeo, Saturday May 18th, at the Hopkins County Civic Center. Community Seeds has hosted their rodeo in Hopkins County for several years, and have been able to contribute about $15,000 back into the local area. KSST News spoke with Community Seeds director Bertram Cooper, who expressed his desire to expand their footprint in Hopkins County. The charity already owns some land in Hopkins County, on which he hopes to build low-income transitional housing. The charity also provides low income and underserved families with bill paying assistance, access to programs that encourage them to be self-sufficient, and other programs.To find out more about this organization. Click on the link: Community Seeds

Or give them a call at: (903) 634-5673

Author: Chad Young

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