Utility Emergency Services Fund

Benefits counselor Emily Mitchell (Credit: Pat Loeb)

One-Stop Shopping For Benefits For Low-Income Philadelphians

“BenePhilly” centers are a major piece of Philadelphia’s anti-poverty effort.

07/13/2014

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Philadelphia Non-Profit Offers Help As Winter Utility Shut-Off Moratorium Nears End

The Utility Emergency Services Fund is a 30-year-old program to help families pay off utility bills and keep the lights on.

03/18/2014

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Philadelphia Coalition Opposes Obama’s Proposed Cuts To LIHEAP

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A coalition of consumers groups, city agencies, and charitable foundations is launching a counter-strike against plans by President Obama and the House of Representatives to make massive cuts to the Low Income […]

02/25/2011

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