Heating assistance for low-income Louisvillians is available beginning Monday. Residents who need help paying their utility bills can apply for one-time grants of up to $210 from the Community Action Partnership. The money comes from a $1.5 million federal grant and is available until either December 16th or until the funds run out. “There will… Continue reading Low Income Heating Assistance Available Beginning Monday
Mayor Greg Fischer today announced the first fifteen loans granted by a new Metro Government program, the Community Action Partnership Enterprise. The program provides small business loans for micro enterprises, which are business with five or fewer employees. The awards totaled $100,000. If a business remains in operation for a year after the award, the… Continue reading Community Action Partnership Announces New Small Business Loans
The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, or LIHEAP, begins next month. But disabled and elderly residents can apply for assistance starting Wednesday.
Summer assistance is now available in the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program. Applications for one-time assistance for paying energy bills will be accepted starting Monday.
By Andy Freudenburg With unemployment at its highest level in years groups like the Louisville Metro Community Action Partnership are trying to help slash those numbers. The group held job fair Friday at the Urban Government Center that was focused on giving future Certified Nursing Assistants and EMTs and others the chance to apply for… Continue reading Louisville CAP Hosts Job Fair