With the arrival of colder temperatures comes the realization that for many, the option of simply turning up the thermostat does not exist. Low-income individuals and families facing disproportionately high energy costs are often forced to make household budget trade-offs that jeopardize children’s health, including choosing heat over food or health care. Fortunately the federally funded Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) can help. Click here for additional information.
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Special thanks to Cornerstone Bank employees who volunteered for WCAC's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program in Southbridge! With their support and a grant from the United Way of Southbridge, Sturbridge & Charlton, we were double the number of households we were able to serve this tax season! ... See MoreSee Less