Sempra Infrastructure awards funds through Season of Giving initiative

On Wednesday, Nov. 8, Sempra Infrastructureannounced that it has awarded $61,000 in community grant funding through its Season of Giving Initiative.

The initiative will distribute the funds to 11 non-profit and community-based organizations in Southwest Louisiana. This infusion of funds will help organizations to continue providing crucial support to vulnerable families during the holiday season.

Recipients of the Season of Giving grants provide a wide range of services to those in need during the holiday season, including hot meal programs, meal delivery to homebound residents, toy drives, clothing and blanket distribution, bill assistance, as well as wellness and mental health programs.

The 2023 Season of Giving grant recipients are:

Brimstone Historical Society, Cameron Council on Aging, Cameron Educational and Charitable Endeavors, Care Help of Sulphur, Christus Ochsner Southwestern Louisiana Foundation, Hackberry Duck-off, Magnolia Baptist Church, Second Harvest Food Bank, South Beauregard Recreation District #2, St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church, West Cal-Cam Hospital Foundation

An awards reception in honor of the organizations receiving a Season of Giving grant was held on Wednesday, Nov. 8, at the Henning Cultural Center in Sulphur.