DONNA, Texas – Esperanza de Tejas, a nonprofit that helps low-income families, is teaming up with Driscoll Health Plan to deliver pediatric aid to struggling communities in South Texas.
The partnership will see a pop up-style mobile center provide everyday basic items and services, such as baby wipes, baby diapers, COVID-19 and flu vaccines, and an on-site food drive.
There is no cost to these items and services. The pop-up help center is open to pregnant women, families with children under 18 years of age, as well as families with children who have disabilities under the age of 20.
|WHEN: Friday, December 15th 2023, from 4:00pm – 7:00pm
|WHERE: Open Hands Community Center • 1929 Waterloo St. • DonnaTX 78537
For more information or to schedule an interview, please contact Alfred Molina, community outreach ambassador for Driscoll Health Plan. Families with questions about the aid and services can reach out to this number: 956-348-9253.