NASHVILLE (BP) -- The American economy may have recorded the largest contraction in its history over the past few months (a 32.9 percent reduction in GDP, to be exact). But charitable giving has remained strong even as the financial crisis has caused a great need for it.

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SBTC crews help Hurricane Hanna survivors in Rio Grande Valley

Barbara Dunn and Ishmael Caballero work on a chainsaw cross made from the tree stump, all that was left of a massive hackberry tree ruined by Hurricane Hanna. The tree had been small when homeowner Reynolds moved into the house decades ago.

PHARR, Texas (BP) -- On Aug. 6, Pharr native Patty Reynolds, 90, said goodbye to her only remaining sibling -- her sister Sally Mullins, 87, as Mullins succumbed to Parkinson’s disease. Reynolds, known by her nickname Petie, and her nephew were allowed inside the quiet room at a residential healthcare facility to spend the last 15 minutes of Sally’s life with her.

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SBC Life - Spring 2020

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