Following nearly two years of unprecedented demand, the nonprofit Network of Community Ministries plans to relocate to a larger facility in Richardson that will allow it to better meet the needs of the community. The call for Network’s services skyrocketed beginning with the October 2019 tornado. Then, over the course of the pandemic, the average number of families seeking help increased from 170 per week to 170 per day. And while the nonprofit’s need for more space predates the coronavirus, the crisis hastened the search for a more adequate facility, Network President and CEO Cindy Shafer said. Read more at Community Impact.