Non-profit organization Refresh Frisco receives a $17,500 donation from H-E-B according to a Frisco Enterprise article which reports,
“Local nonprofit organization Refresh Frisco received a generous donation recently of $17,500 in hygiene products from H-E-B to support local children in need.
“Refresh Frisco provides customized packs of hygiene products to students in need in the Frisco and Little Elm ISDs. With the assistance of community partners like H-E-B, Refresh is working to ensure that every child in our community has access to personal hygiene items,” stated Refresh Frisco President and Founder Elizabeth Watkins. “Refresh Frisco does this by providing customized packs filled with full-size hygiene products to over 1,400 students in Frisco and Little Elm ISD each quarter.””
With H-E-B’s donation, Elizabeth Watkins, President and founder of Refresh Frisco, estimates that they will be able to make 500 refresh packs according to a Local Profile article. They say,
“Watkins estimates they will be able to make around 500 Refresh Packs for students in Frisco and Little Elm with the donation from H-E-B. The cost for each pack is estimated at $35 for all products included. The packs are set to last students three months, and hand-written notes are placed in each Refresh Pack for encouragement.”
“This investment signifies H-E-B’s long-standing commitment to strengthen and support our public schools,” H-E-B’s senior director of public affairs told Local Profile.
Notably, H-E-B is working on tightly with different organizations in Texas when it comes to giving back to the community, especially concerning the welfare of the youth.