Harvest for the Hungry file

Harvest for the Hungry has three greenhouses on the property along FM 523, all maintained by volunteers. The nonprofit farm received a $10,000 grant from Texas-New Mexico Power to help with operational costs.

For their help in supporting their community with the unprecedented concerns they’re facing, two Brazoria County-area nonprofit organizations were awarded grants to power their cause.

Community Health Network received $8,000 and Harvest for the Hungry received $10,000 from the TNMP Power Grants program, funded by Texas-New Mexico Power, company spokesman Eric Paul said.

Alexa Crenshaw is a reporter for The Facts. Contact her at 979-237-0155.

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