If you have been outside in Vermont in recent weeks you are aware of the brutal temperatures that have swept this area. Now imagine the inside temperature being just as cold as the outside temperature. This harsh reality for some Vermonters is forcing families in financial hardship to choose between food and fuel, two essential basic needs.
The holiday season is so exceptionally stressful that The American Psychological Association opened a hotline to help people cope with unmanageable stress centered on major stress inducers: family, shopping, over eating and spending. According to an Entrepreneur.com survey roughly 60% of all Americans are stressed by the Holidays and the most common stress factor is finances.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Yvonne Lory, Capstone Community ActionPhone: (802) 479-1053Email: email@example.com Capstone and VSECU Partner on Fuel Your Neighbors
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASENovember 15, 2017CONTACTYvonne Lory, Capstone Community Action802-477-512313th ANNUAL WHEELS FOR WARMTH RAISES RECORD AMOUNT FOR EMERGENCY FUEL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMSTire recycle and re-sale program breaks $400,000 raised since 2005
Press ReleaseContact: Yvonne Lory, firstname.lastname@example.org/477-5123Community Rallies Together to Support Vulnerable Neighbors Impacted by Wind Storm