Non-profit shelter in Starr Co. struggles to keep shelves stocked
WESLACO – The coronavirus pandemic is having an impact on the Starr County non-profit “Casa Esperanza.”
What was a full pantry a few months ago is now nearly empty at the non-profit.
The shelter opened its doors in 2015 help the elderly, the homeless and those who need a roof when temperatures drop.
Casa Esperanza has been forced to close its doors due to a lack of resources – they hope to continue their mission when things get back to normal.
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