A HUGE New Year’s THANKS goes out to our friends at Connect Child Care Resource & Referral for collecting over 1,000 pairs of socks for our Widow Sock drive!!!! The socks will be greatly appreciated by the homeless population in our service area as the weather is now turning colder.
The number 1 item homeless people requests is socks! Yes, socks! How can you help? Gather up your “Widow Socks”, you know the single socks that come back from the dryer without a mate, and donate them to EnAct Community Action. We will match them with socks of similar color and weight and distribute them to […]
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On Saturday, September 19, 2015, the EnAct team participated in Charleston’s 3rd Homeless Outreach. EnAct provided blankets, socks, hand towels, and personal care items to a large crowd of homeless visitors. In addition, EnAct served over 150 hot dogs to provide those in need with a small meal for the day. Thanks to the EnAct […]
EnAct team members from Kanawha and Boone counties volunteered their time for the Central West Virginia United Way’s Day of Care on September 16, 2015. Projects were assigned by the United Way and the team members struck out to perform their various tasks (enjoying the day in the sun!!) “We love giving back to our […]
EnAct Community Action was able to work with Group Workcamps during the week of June 13-17 in Boone County. We sponsored the workcamp that brought approximately 400 volunteers to Sherman High School in Seth, WV with grant funding from AEP and Home Depot. Together we were able to complete work on over 50 homes in the […]
EnAct Community Action continues to grow its Non-Emergency Medical Transportation fleet. Thanks to the generous donation from the Kanawha Valley Regional Transit Authority (KRT) with the assistance of the Kanawha County Commission, EnAct Community Action has added a para-lift van to its Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) fleet. Having a para-lift van in the fleet will […]
EnAct Community Development will be running a radio campaign in August and September to make people aware of their Workforce Development Program and how it can help low-income residents seek better job opportunities. Here is a copy of what everyone will hear: Finding a job to take care of yourself and family can be tough. […]