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Kim Francis Executive Director with Serve Spot tells Rachel about how Serve Spot began to connect needs and resources in our community.

Barbara Weyland Director of R.S.V.P. (Retired. Senior. Volunteer. Program.) tells Rachel about the Organization, what they do, and how we can get involved.

Heather Harrison - Operations and Development Coordinator at Hope Hospice tells Rachel about Camp Havenheart, the upcoming “Roaring 20’s” Gala, their partnership with the United Way and our community.

Rob Smith Chairman of the Downtown Rotary Club “All In For The Hungry” poker tournament tells Rachel about this upcoming fundraising event

Terry Robinson Executive Director with the United Way of Comal County gives Rachel an update on the United Way.
Mike Moeller the brother of Sally M. Kingsbury tells Rachel about the annual “Knock Out Sarcoma” rose sale to benefit Sarcoma research, early detection training, and efforts to find a cure.
Jessica Rosario Executive Director at the Bulverde Spring Branch Activity Center tells Rachel about their programs and services and how we can get involved.
Jeff Jewell New Braunfels Director of Economic and Community Development tells Rachel about the housing dilemma, “Missing Middle’, and steps being taken to rectify the situation.
Trendy Sharp Executive Director of the Childrens Advocacy Center of Comal County tells Rachel about the CACCC, why they exist, and the troubles they have faced recently hindering that mission.
Ed Guillen The Allocation Chair this year at the United Way of Comal County tells Rachel about the allocation process at the U.W.
Linda Null Activities and Membership Coordinator at the Comal County Senior Center tells Rachel about the drive thru St Patricks Day Meal at the Senior Center and parking lot BINGO.
Caryn Benson NB Women Go, tells Rachel about their organization, membership information, and grants available through NB Women Go.
Angelo Cruz CEO 1st Gen Scholars tells Rachel about their organization and how they help to get STEM education to kids in our community.
Alice Jewell CEO the McKenna Foundation tells Rachel about First Footing Shelter a response to needed emergency housing in our community, and how Comal County Cares is still around and serving those affected by the pandemic.