EnAct Community Action now has 16 sets of new washers and dryers available to qualified flood victims in the Clendenin and Clay areas.
“In a partnership with Lowes, and a grant provided by the WV Office of Economic Opportunity, EnAct Community Action is pleased to be able to continue to provide support to those who lost everything in the June flood” commented EnAct CEO Brent Pauley.
Applications will be taken starting September 15 through September 28. Applications are available at EnAct Community Action’s Clay and Charleston offices as well as on their website at www.EnActWV.org.
For more information, contact EnAct Community Action at 304-414-4475.