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The WARMTH program is a vital lifeline for many during Vermont’s cold winter months. WARMTH has supplemented Vermont’s Seasonal and Crisis Fuel Assistance services for over 30 years. Funds received by CVOEO are distributed to the five community action agencies statewide for the emergency-based WARMTH program to help offset home heating bills. One hundred percent of donations are used for WARMTH client services and WARMTH funds are always paid directly to the fuel or energy vendor on behalf of low-income Vermonters.
“Winter is perhaps the most difficult of seasons as our vulnerable neighbors are faced with extreme cold,” said Paul Dragon, CVOEO’s Executive Director. “This is also a season of compassion and giving where the community and our partners shine bright. We thank Community Bank for its partnership and contribution to the WARMTH program. We are indeed stronger when we act together.”
WrittenApr 5, 2022
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