By Mark Lube, Contributing Writer
June 11, 2020
Prior to the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Prospera Housing Community Services realized there was a need for food among residents in its Luling property, Nolan Terrace Apartments, and the surrounding community.
“There are just not enough local resources to access regularly. Many residents across Texas who are considered low- to moderate-income residents are often hourly-wage earners in retail, food and hospitality and services industries,” Prospera Housing Community Services communications and fund development manager, Rachel Halvaksz said.
Once the pandemic started and businesses started closing…
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