Jessica Cornelison, a volunteer with the Highland Lakes Crisis Network, loads her car with meals she and others delivered to those facing food insecurity during the summer. Staff photo by Brigid Cooley
The Highland Lakes Crisis Network addressed more than 218 cases of families in crisis in 2021, according to a media release from the organization. The network outlined its year of service in a Dec. 15 year-end report.
“Please know how much we appreciate your gifts of time, talents, and treasure that you have allocated to HLCN this past year,” officials wrote in the release.
Notable efforts spearheaded by the Crisis Network during 2021 include distributing supplies and over 1,500 meals to those in need during the winter storm in February and helping to provide shelter to 75 people by manning warming stations throughout the freeze.