Bandera Electric Cooperative donated $3,000 to Arms of Hope just in time for Christmas. The non-profit Christian care organization, formerly known as The Medina Children’s Home, assists children and single-mother families in need.
Arms of Hope does not receive federal or state grants and relies solely on support from individuals, civic groups, churches, and businesses for funding and volunteers. It uses donated funds to care for more than 100 women and children who live on campus and support educational programs so women can better care for their families.
“This is the first Christmas for some of our kids,” said Kim Boatman, Arms of Hope residential case manager. “It’s such a blessing to have friends and donors that support our kids and provide them with a magical Christmas experience.”
BEC makes charitable donations to qualifying non-profit organizations within its service territory. More information about donations and grants can be found online at BanderaElectric.com/Donations
Photo courtesy of Arms of Hope Medina Campus.