United Way grant helps Project Warmth, Monroe's energy assistance program
Project Warmth in Monroe will be one of the beneficiaries of a United Way of Coastal Fairfield County $50,000 grant to Operation Fuel, a nonprofit emergency energy assistance program for lower-income families and elderly and disabled residents.
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#1 Mar 3, 2012
We are lucky that this has been somewhat of a mild winter. It great that there is someone out there to help those in need.
It seems some groups want the poor to just freeze or starve or like what would take place in a third world country. As long as they have their comforts they can care less about anyone else. I would like to see them go without heat for just a month.
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