The Michigan Community Action Agency Association announced $11 million in additional funding for low-income households to assist with deliverable fuels. The funding will be distributed to eligible households through 29 Community Action Agencies in Michigan via the Department of Human Services and the Bureau of Community Action and Economic Opportunity. MCAAA Executive Director Kate White says the additional funding is important relief for families that may not have qualified for energy assistance earlier this year and to help with the astronomical heating bills this season. White says $7 million in funding will come from the federal Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program and $4 million from state funds.
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