Author: kpastrano

CCSCT Raises Money so that Low-Income Families Can Provide Christmas Gifts for their Children

Terry Lopez with CCSCT’s Child Care Services Program and Vangie Garcia with CCSCT’s Community Services Program partnered together to raise $2,175 so that low-income families in Medina County could provide Christmas gifts for their children this year. In addition, Colonel Jesse Perez made a personal donation to the cause. After funds were raised, CCSCT staff […]

Woodforest National Bank Collects Donations to Benefit Senior Nutrition Program

Woodforest National Bank recently organized a food drive to help benefit CCSCT’s Senior Nutrition Program in Guadalupe County and made their first drop off to the Seguin Senior Center the week of December 5th. Woodforest National Bank has set up bins at both the Seguin and Schertz bank locations (located in Walmart) and will be accepting donations until the end of December. […]

Children’s Coat & Heater Drive

The Community Council of South Central Texas, Inc. (CCSCT) Community Service Division held its annual children’s coat/ heater drive on December 9, 2016 which provides assistance to low-income families in Guadalupe County. As a result of the community’s generous donations, CCSCT was able to provide 183 coats and 107 heaters to low-income families in Guadalupe […]

CCSCT Recognized by Seguin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

On Thursday, September 28th, CCSCT Executive Director and staff attended the Corporate Power Luncheon hosted by the Seguin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. CCSCT was one of six local organizations presented with an Honorary Award and recognized by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for its dedication and commitment to the community. CCSCT was selected as the non-profit recipient and currently serves […]

CCSCT Spirit Night at Willie’s October 5, 2016

CCSCT has partnered with Willie’s Grill & Icehouse in New Braunfels and will be holding a Spirit Night, which will be held on Wednesday, October 5th, from 4pm to close. To show your support, come out and mention that you are there to support Community Council of South Central Texas and 15% of your check […]