Non-Profit

Project MEND

Medical Equipment Drive This Weekend

Project MEND is expanding their services to veterans in need in the Rio Grande Valley and will be holding a Durable Medical Equipment Drive Feb. 22-23. Project MEND is currently in need of shower chairs, tub transfer benches and bedside commodes, as well as wheelchairs, rollators and home medical beds. Donation acceptance hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday at the Veterans…

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Thrift Store Helps Victims

One of the shops along Jackson Street in downtown Harlingen is a thrift store that not only recycles old clothes and other merchandise, it…
Harlingen

Emergency Loans Available During Federal Shutdown

Due to the extended period of the government shutdown, nonprofit and social service organizations in need of emergency bridge loans are eligible for up to…

Brownsville Grant Aims at 501(c)3 Organizations

The Brownsville Community Improvement Corporation is accepting…
Brownsville

Habitat for Humanity Opens New ReStore in Harlingen

The Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Harlingen opened the doors of its…
Harlingen

BCIC Offers Economic Development Grants

Brownsville Community Improvement Corporation is seeking nonprofit and…
Brownsville